Posts Tagged ‘Mural Arts Program’

$7 Million Campaign Announced To Keep USS Olympia At Penn’s Landing

$7 Million Campaign Announced To Keep USS Olympia At Penn’s Landing

April 3, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Independence Seaport Museum officials see the light, Germantown muralist discusses Psychylustro, La Salle to build new facility, and social entrepreneurs receive some investment advice > more

Talks With Juggernauts: Golden, Updike At Free Library For <em>Mural Arts @ 30</em>

Talks With Juggernauts: Golden, Updike At Free Library For Mural Arts @ 30

March 25, 2014  |  Vantage

Inga Saffron's latest takedown has the Mural Arts Program back in the middle of current public discourse. But it's no skin off the nose of the community-engagement juggernaut, as a full schedule of events marks their 30th anniversary, including this evening's book discussion at the Free Library > more

A “Glass Needle” Proposed By Independence Hall

A “Glass Needle” Proposed By Independence Hall

March 12, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Developer says demand is there for “ultra-luxury,” a large game of Tetris in UCity next month, Dranoff showing unfinished Southstar Lofts, South Philly civic expects art installation to begin this summer, and writing on the El > more

Eakins-Inspired Mural Coming To Girard Avenue Bridge This May

Eakins-Inspired Mural Coming To Girard Avenue Bridge This May

March 10, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Mural honors four generations of rowing in Philadelphia, Commonwealth Court upholds methadone clinic permit in Holmesburg, City Council seeing results in blight fight, and a baseball exhibit opens this week at the National Museum of American Jewish History > more

Railside Beautification

Railside Beautification

November 18, 2013  |  Morning Blend

The arrival of the aesthetically pleasing post-industrial train corridor, Viveros depicts Frankford’s past and character in murals, previewing the Central Northeast District Plan, and an interactive gallery for the National Liberty Museum > more