Posts Tagged ‘University of the Arts’

On Spruce Street, A Symphony Of Fading History

On Spruce Street, A Symphony Of Fading History

January 31, 2017  |  Vantage

Contributor Rob McClung opens the door of 1617 Spruce, where the Philadelphia Musical Academy once filled the street with the sounds of classical music > more

Some Love For Washington Square's Mid-Century

Some Love For Washington Square’s Mid-Century “Cheese Grater”

May 17, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Lauding a modernist classic in Washington Square, UArts students plan for a green future, the rebirth of Front & Master, and 25K flock to Franklin Square’s light festival > more

The Mid-Century “Architectural Vandalism” Of The Jayne Building

The Mid-Century “Architectural Vandalism” Of The Jayne Building

November 11, 2013  |  Morning Blend

When a block is big enough for just one mid-century style, Weccacoe playground a bit more historically significant than thought, the Arts Bank’s story, and Blatstein OKed for McIlhenny addition > more

Avenue Of The Arts Turns 20

Avenue Of The Arts Turns 20

October 28, 2013  |  Morning Blend

A look at South Broad since its rebranding, what Wynn promises for Fishtown, non-profit philanthropy blues, doubting Penn’s Landing proposal, and a design charette for 8th & Berks > more

Jebney Lewis and the Commotion Festival Super Creature

Jebney Lewis and the Commotion Festival Super Creature

June 28, 2012  |  Last Light

In collaboration with young people in three Philly neighborhoods, artist Jebney Lewis has created a Frankenstein-like 20-ft-tall sculpture called Super Creature of Energy and Power. Lee Tusman talks with the artist about temporary installations, artistic collaborations, and Voltron. > more