Posts Tagged ‘art’

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

A Row House And A Life Transformed

A Row House And A Life Transformed

February 14, 2013  |  Behind the Facade

In this second installment of "Behind the Facade," Nicolas Esposito finds himself at the kitchen table of Pedro Ospina, a Kensington sculptor who barters and builds his way to contentment > more

Wooden Purses on Walnut

Wooden Purses on Walnut

March 22, 2012  |  Found

A display of rustic, recycled art objects pops up amid the fashionable shops > more