Posts Tagged ‘public art’

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

“Air” Installed By The Schuylkill

“Air” Installed By The Schuylkill

April 15, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Famed sculptor’s 1979 piece back on public display, storefront improvement program reportedly strangled by federal regulation, northern concrete City Hall apron to be repoured, and using co-working spaces as a reinvigorator of East Market Street > more

A Void In The Boyd

A Void In The Boyd

March 16, 2015  |  Morning Blend

The "partial" demolition of the Boyd Theatre, Punch juggling atop the PAFA entranceway, and a new wellness center opens in North Philly > more

Isaiah Zagar To Preview Magic

Isaiah Zagar To Preview Magic “Cathedral”

December 15, 2014  |  Morning Blend

New mosaic project on Watkins Street, West Philly man to keep art studio, why you ought to visit Glen Foerd, and a singular redevelopment history at 7th & Snyder > more

Art Commission Not Impressed With Developer Plans

Art Commission Not Impressed With Developer Plans

November 10, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Art Commission puts the kibosh on developer proposal, brokering the right type of development for Point Breeze, applications sought for 2015 bevy of performance art works, and a week away from a second casino license > more