Posts Tagged ‘public art’

Remembering The Civil War Philadelphia

Remembering The Civil War Philadelphia

March 9, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Talking Philly’s Civil War years, women underrepresented in Philly memorial art, and Vietnam Memorial vandalized > more

Pending Destruction Of Zagar Mural Spurs Community Into Action

Pending Destruction Of Zagar Mural Spurs Community Into Action

February 25, 2016  |  Developing Challenges, News

Public artwork and real estate development collide with the demolition of the Society Hill Playhouse. Michael Bixler reports > more

LOVE And The Purpose Of Public Art

LOVE And The Purpose Of Public Art

February 22, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Artist urges us back to the basics of public art, still waiting for Dilworth Park’s Pulse, honoring the unpretentious Philly dive bar, Alan Greenberger looks back and ahead, and a new mural installation in Fishtown > more

In South Philly, Rethinking Urban Agricultural

In South Philly, Rethinking Urban Agricultural

February 8, 2016  |  Morning Blend

“Farm to folk” in South Philadelphia, Philly’s newest poetess, celebrate the Year of the Monkey at Reading Terminal, West Philly High redevelopment moving along, and the last month of the Fabric Workshop and Museum’s latest exhibit > more

A Louis Kahn Classic Renovated

A Louis Kahn Classic Renovated

January 8, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Phase one of Richards Medical Research Labs considered, visualizing populistic history in Chinatown, and a church in the Northeast gets a new steeple > more