Arts
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As the art of handwriting appears to be fading into obscurity, one Germantown artist, Melissa D'Agostino, is reclaiming it. more
The exhibit features more than 20 paintings, prints, photographs, mixed media works and sculptures. more
As a child in Peru, Elena Maria Aldrete loved to color, like so many children all over the world. more
Jonene Lee, of Chestnut Hill’s NoName Gallery, curated this show using a different principle – if you’re a local artist, you’re in! more
Jay Susanin’s Palladio is exhibiting the paintings of vacation coastline scenes by Chestnut Hill artist Cathy Hozack. more
In a new exhibit at the Free Library’s Parkway Central branch, four Germantown artists examine Black culture. more
Geri Greinke-Mack is 81 years old, but just like a modern-day Georgia O'Keeffe, she keeps getting better with age. more
Eighteen local artists are each currently exhibiting four of their works in the annual Northwest Philadelphia Artists Holiday Show & Sale. more
What makes Yolanda Ward's art so distinctive is that her Impressionistic works look exactly like oil paintings until you get inches from them. more
“I will be there at Borrelli's Chestnut Hill Gallery on Nov. 11 if I am still alive and kicking,” artist Phil Cohn said about his upcoming 100th birthday. more
With the arrival of the brilliant colors of fall, Woodmere welcomes the season with an abundance of new exhibitions, lectures and more. more
“Keeping Her Name Alive” is the name of a compelling group exhibition that opened Sept. 30 and will continue through Oct. 29 at Allens Lane Art Center. more
Imperfect Gallery’s 11th annual “WTF” Germantown show is back with yet another diverse art exhibit. more
Alice Lesnick, who lives in Erdenheim, took a different path. She spent most of her life as an academic and did not begin painting until age 50. more
The Chestnut Hill Film Group is kicking off its new fall season with a double-feature Sept. 26 presentation of two Kay Francis movies. more
Events from Thursday, Aug. 17, through August and beyond. more
In a time of death and unrest amid a brutal pandemic, Tim McFarlane wondered if his art was enough. more
There was a time when drive-in movies were all the rage. There are still some options in this region, including at the Water Tower. more
A series of invisible, rain-activated haiku poems, written by elementary schoolchildren in Germantown, can be seen through August. more
At 17, Hirmand Azimi fled violence in Afghanistan, an ordeal that has informed his life in Philadelphia, and also fueled his activism. more
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