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A new exhibit opening July Fourth at the IMPeRFeCT Gallery in Germantown features the artwork of immigrants unified by their choice to live and work in Philadelphia. more
Sweat, tequila, shirts unbuttoned to the navel, and a scintillating playlist are bound to evoke summer vibes. more
The delicate flower paintings of Betsy Batchelor are part of a colorful career retrospective on exhibit at the Cope House Gallery in Germantown. more
Four months after The Colored Girls Museum was granted a zoning variance to remain in its twin Victorian home, the museum is navigating a period of flux. more
For two weeks, Gravers Lane Gallery in Chestnut Hill has showcased intricate creations, each piece a testament to the talent of Philadelphia high school students. more
From recent hits to bonafide classics and offbeat cult favorites, this spring and summer bring a slew of movie screenings across the Philadelphia area. more
It's a long way from northern India to Chestnut Hill – 7,948 miles, to be exact – but Pragya Gupta has navigated the distance quite smoothly. more
Piffaro, the Renaissance Band, will present “Glory of the Wind Band: Music from Portugal and Spain,” Saturday, May 11. more
You might say there are many volts of artistic energy emitted by the stunning paintings of Mt. Airy artist Lisa Karese Volta. more
“An Unmarried Woman,” featuring Jill Clayburgh, stands among a select group of 1970s films crafted by male filmmakers that deftly address women's concerns. more
The original work of self-taught art studio mates Dwayne Boone and Alonzo Troy Humphrey will be presented in “Philly Through Our Eyes.” more
The works of artists including Sarah Miriam Peale, Susette Inloes Schultz Keast and Selma Hortense Burke are on display at Woodmere. more
The current exhibition at Woodmere Art Museum explores the work of Henry Bermudez, a Venezuelan-born artist. more
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
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