This year, DesignPhiladelphia serves our meadows’s feathered friends while mixing arts and environmental education.
An exhibition of hand-carved furniture at the American Swedish Historical Museum highlights an overlooked Arts and Crafts innovator. Pamela J. Forsythe reviews.
With an eye to the future, Penn Museum is expanding its evening programming and drawing young professionals for newfangled historic happy hours.
Ann Hamilton's 'habitus' takes two forms: a large-scale Philly Fringe installation and a Fabric Workshop and Museum show. Pam Forsythe reviews both.
Most of us agree that global warming is here, but less than half of us think it’s affecting us right now. Does that change when we examine the statistics through art?
After a tumultuous but supportive year in the Northwest arts community, MAAG is moving on from its original space. What’s next?
The newly replanted Bartram’s Garden combines 18th-century roots with 21st-century relevance. Pamela Forsythe visited the late-summer display and returned with a photo essay.
Teresa Jaymes's Library Company of Philadelphia exhibition explores the history of the blind, and best of all, it finally asks grownups to "please touch" the artwork.
According to a major 2015 art world survey, we sorely lack opportunities and representation for non-white arts educators and leaders. PAFA is taking steps to remedy an unacceptable divide.
Juror Odili Donald Odita has curated a wide-ranging vision of Philadelphia in the Woodmere Museum's 75th annual juried exhibition, 'The Condition of Place.'