Posts Tagged ‘public art’

City’s Oldest Active Fire Hall Designated Historic

City’s Oldest Active Fire Hall Designated Historic

July 28, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Two of John T. Windrim’s buildings being preserved, an urban garden in Chinatown North, and learning another language through a mural > more

Philly, Meet Ibrahim

Philly, Meet Ibrahim

July 24, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Mural Arts commissions French artist to hang giant wheat paster on Chestnut, leaked security details for the Pope Visit, and the gentrification of Point Breeze > more

In Search Of Peace, 150 Years After The Civil War

In Search Of Peace, 150 Years After The Civil War

June 19, 2015  |  Vantage

Wednesday night's massacre in Charleston, South Carolina hit a little close to home here in Philadelphia. Brad Maule tries to find peace, if not make sense, of what happened > more

Tracking The Muhlenburg Monument

Tracking The Muhlenburg Monument

June 18, 2015  |  Morning Blend

"When Public Art Becomes a Hot Potato," student art hangs throughout Old Kensington, segwaying from mural to mural, and Community Gardens Day this weekend > more

Broad, Market, And The Wholesome City

Broad, Market, And The Wholesome City

April 16, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Reflections on the laying of the cornerstone to City Hall, short film eavesdrops in on Philadelphians in motion, Samschick’s Delaware Avenue projects not too popular with residents, Rebuilding Together Philadelphia celebrates milestone, and community input for West Philly plan > more