Just like any scam: if it sounds way too good to be true, sadly, it’s not.
The piece previews the upcoming exhibition, Circadian Rhythm, at Park Towne Place. My understanding of the concept of circadian rhythm is, frankly, pretty … See Full Post
If you have to just see one exhibition at the Crane Arts Building, Interference by Paul Anthony Smith and Andre … See Full Post
After three decades of gracing the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Lenfest Hall, Marc Chagall’s A Wheatfield on a Summer’s Afternoon has come down and will be leaving Philadelphia for an indefinite amount of time.
The Review Panel Philadelphia is an annual event hosted by Philadelphia Academy of the Fine Arts. In association with artcritical.com, … See Full Post
Cultural Adaptation – Jennifer Baker’s ‘Portraits of People on the Move’ Accompanies the World Premier of ‘Adapt!’ at the Wilma Theater
Many of the stories shared in Portraits of People on the Move are incredibly personal and fragile to those who … See Full Post
Have you ever looked up at the stars and questioned your own existence? Have you ever felt overwhelmed when … See Full Post
We began our conversation with the agreed notion that no one can paint like Jackson Pollock anymore—space wise (studio spaces … See Full Post
Scammers are, once again, up to no good. One of our member artists sent in a lead regarding a suspicious … See Full Post
On February 7, an intergenerational communing took place under the roof of the Village of Arts and Humanities. The gathering … See Full Post