Posts Tagged ‘Philadelphia Museum of Art’

In Defense Of Zoe And Her City

In Defense Of Zoe And Her City

April 20, 2012  |  Soapbox

PhillySkyline.com's Brad Maule returns to Philadelphia to catch Zoe Strauss' Ten Years at the PMA. He entered, and left the exhibition, which closes on Sunday, beaming with Philly pride > more

Manton Street Park Saved

Manton Street Park Saved

April 3, 2012  |  Morning Blend

A Pennsport park to be retained by the community, the PMA collaborates with Google, "finding" the lost Centennial, Sunoco refinery to sold by July 1, and upcoming arts festivals > more

Drexel To Greatly Bolster Housing Accommodations

Drexel To Greatly Bolster Housing Accommodations

February 6, 2012  |  Morning Blend

New student housing to assist in Drexel's goals, a review of the van Gogh exhibit, new SEPTA tracks in NoLibs, counting Philly's bikes, and a documentary premiere > more

Archival Footage Screening Explores An Unassuming City

Archival Footage Screening Explores An Unassuming City

February 3, 2012  |  Buzz

Accompanying Zoe Strauss' retrospective collection of photography, a screening of post-war news footage offers a revealing peek at "everyday Philadelphia" > more

Photographer's Work Tells Of

Photographer’s Work Tells Of “Changing Neighborhoods”

January 10, 2012  |  Morning Blend

The Art Museum promotes Zoe Strauss's exhibit with billboards across the city, a very successful first year for a Nicetown community center, fighting to remember a slave cemetery in Germantown, and > more