Posts Tagged ‘Mural Arts Program’

Museum Of The American Revolution Breaks Ground

Museum Of The American Revolution Breaks Ground

October 10, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Scores of officials and donors gather for the ceremony on South 3rd Street, the power of social media to actualize transit needs, a fundraiser for Bainbridge Green, and the Mural Arts’ latest mural in West Philly > more

Fine Tuning At Cunningham Piano Company

Fine Tuning At Cunningham Piano Company

September 10, 2014  |  News

The Mural Arts Program is giving the vintage exterior signs of Cunningham Piano Company in Germantown a little polishing up. Maria Gorshin has the story on the project and some background on this world-renowned local pearl > more

Mummers Parade Could Be Shortened By 60%

Mummers Parade Could Be Shortened By 60%

August 6, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Parade route to be altered, home for vets up and running, Fairey working on mural on Frankford Ave, ‘round the clock weekend subway service extended, and Spring Garden bridges to be renovated > more

Loft Conversion Proposal Needs Parking, Says Northern Liberties Zoning Board

Loft Conversion Proposal Needs Parking, Says Northern Liberties Zoning Board

August 5, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Fears of further clogging NoLibs’ streets, a local historian’s mission to reach greater audiences, theft and vandalism for Germantown Ave beautification effort, connecting public art with public health, and going exploring African American agriculture > more

New Mural Honors Fallen Firefighters

New Mural Honors Fallen Firefighters

June 10, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Remembering those lost at the 2012 Buck Hosiery tragedy, Oxford Mills to bring education professionals together, University City as the quintessential innovation district, and Poquessing Creek Trail to be paved this year > more