Posts Tagged ‘art’

Six Great Places To Be During Parkway 100 Kick Off Party

Six Great Places To Be During Parkway 100 Kick Off Party

September 7, 2017  |  Buzz

Parkway 100 kicks off a year-long celebration of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway this Friday. Here are our picks for the event > more

I'm Still Here: Saving The Work Of Robert Cornelius

I’m Still Here: Saving The Work Of Robert Cornelius

September 1, 2017  |  Walk the Walk

In 1839, amateur chemist Robert Cornelius was experimenting with a new photographic process at his family's store in Center City. That fateful year, in an alley off of Chestnut Street, he would give birth to the world's first "selfie." Meet the conservator who is working to preserve the elusive portfolio of one of history's most influential photographers. Joe Brin has the story > more

Film Center At International House Set To Expand

Film Center At International House Set To Expand

May 8, 2017  |  Walk the Walk

After 40 years of screening independent films, the theater at International House expands programming and gets a new name. Joe Brin takes a look at Lightbox Film Center > more

Emma F-C's Philadelphia Map: A Cut Above

Emma F-C’s Philadelphia Map: A Cut Above

June 9, 2014  |  Buzz

Emma Fried-Cassorla's blog has provided an open platform for Philly Love Notes for two years now. To mark the occasion, she's meticulously cut a three-foot-by-three-foot map of the city out of paper by hand—and she's giving it away for free > more

The Viaduct At The Heart Of Her Life And Art

The Viaduct At The Heart Of Her Life And Art

October 29, 2013  |  Vantage

Perhaps no one is more responsible for the vision of transforming the Reading Viaduct into a civic space and park than the acclaimed painter Sarah McEneaney. Nathaniel Popkin talks with McEneaney at Locks Gallery, where the painter's Viaduct-centered work comes together in "Trestletown" > more