Arts
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A new exhibit by Germantown-based artist Tom Judd is designed to create a contemplative setting for “growing ideas.” more
The Woodmere Art Museum’s Annual Juried Exhibition, now in its 81st year, is back once again. more
Susannah Thomer and Joe Borrelli, both in their 70s, have admired one another for more than 50 years. Now her work is being shown at his gallery. more
Faculty and students at Allens Lane Art Center are currently sponsoring a “Spring Fling” fine art and craft sale. more
At the peak of her career in the mid-1930s, Kay Francis was one of the most popular, well-respected, and highest-paid actresses in Hollywood. more
Matines Café, the charming authentic French café that opened last November at 89 Bethlehem Pike, is featuring glass art created by Flannery Cronin. more
Allens Lane Art Center will present the first retrospective exhibition of a true Chestnut Hill artistic legend, the late Carole Sivin (1936-2020). more
Dan Rose's offbeat, often whimsical work is on display in an exhibit at City Arts Salon, 5838 Germantown Ave. , continuing through April 22. more
Dara Haskins, a Germantown artist whose solo exhibit opens this week at Allens Lane Art Center, is as bold, candid and uncompromising as her colorful work.  more
Dan Ravasio, of Chestnut Hill, grew up in a Western Pennsylvania coal mining and steelworker town that wasn’t noted for nurturing a young man’s artistic side. more
There is a fresh burst of color at Gallery on the Avenue, with a spring exhibit that includes Christopher Ward's life-sized psychedelic llama, and more. more
The landscape, painted more than 150 years ago by the radical French realist Gustave Courbet, was found in a basement during renovations. more
First Fridays on the Avenue just got a lift with the addition of an art-infused happy hour at NoName Gallery, 8127 Germantown Ave., next to Laurel Gardens. more
Dawn Kramlich is a “text-based artist” whose compelling fusion of words with images can currently be viewed in the spring art show at the Barbara Crawford Art Gallery. more
For centuries, artists have been captivated by the miracle of childhood. Woodmere Art Museum’s newest exhibition is an ode to growing up. more
If you love beautiful depictions of nature in paintings and photographs as well as printmaking, mixed media and 3-D art, you are bound to appreciate “Woodlands Memories,” at Borrelli’s Chestnut Hill Gallery. more
Phoebe Murer, who is on the autism spectrum, had lots of dreams growing up, and nothing could really discourage her love of life. more
The year starts at Woodmere with a feeling of gratitude as we reflect on the accomplishments of 2022. more
For centuries, mosaic art has adorned the floors and walls of the rich and famous. Now Chestnut Hill has its own eye-catching installation. more
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