Posts Tagged ‘Fringe Festival’

WetLand Explores An Inconvenient Future

WetLand Explores An Inconvenient Future

August 15, 2014  |  Art & Design

WetLand gives a glimpse into Philly's not so far-flung dystopian future. The good news is with a little neighborly compassion and some floating gardens, we might be OK > more

For The Fringe, A Building That Will Itself Perform

For The Fringe, A Building That Will Itself Perform

June 18, 2013  |  Preservation

The architects of FringeArts' new performance venue have a imagined an active, flexible building alive to the waterfront setting. Nathaniel Popkin has a look at the transformation of the High Pressure Fire Service station on the Delaware waterfront > more

“Philly Feels Like Home”

December 2, 2011  |  Art & Design

Lane Savadove, the sage behind the magnetic theater company EgoPo, talks about looking for a place to belong and finally finding a home in Philly, from ditching New York (twice!) to being stranded after Hurricane Katrina > more