The Weekly Roundup, July 13-19
‘Faces of Resilience,’ ‘Queer Ecologies,’ PlayPenn, and Priyanka Shetty highlight the week
The week features pop-up jazz, an annual jazz party, new plays from PlayPenn, a joyful film festival, and a Philly artist preparing to take their talents across the Atlantic. Kyle V. Hiller rounds up.
The Wildflower Composers Festival and the future of contemporary music
A concert in collaboration with the Arcana New Music Ensemble
In its fifth year, the Wildflower Composers Festival continues to push for the equitable inclusion of gender-marginalized composers. David W. Webber previews.
The Weekly Roundup, July 6-12
Month of Moderns, Revival Walks, 'In Conversation: Will Wilson,' and more
A handful of selections from DelArt, Olney Culture Lab, the Crossing, and more. Kyle V. Hiller rounds up.
The Weekly Roundup, June 29-July 5
A swathe of cultural experiences for the holiday weekend
Esperanza Arts Center, Quintessence, Three Aksha, Glen Foerd, and more represent a diverse set of communities and cultures this week. Kyle V. Hiller rounds up.
The Weekly Roundup, June 15-22
Celebrating Juneteenth in Philadelphia
Kyle V. Hiller rounds up Juneteenth events in Philadelphia, featuring offerings from Sistahs Laying Down Hands, Uhuru, the MoAR, AAMP, and many more.
The Weekly Roundup, June 8-15
Blooming with block parties, Black Swan Revealed, and the Philly Flower Show
Getting in touch with West Park Arts Fest, ODUNDE, the Rail Park Block Party, and more this week. Kyle V. Hiller rounds up.
Celebrating 45 years of the Philadelphia ODUNDE Festival
More than just a day
Crystal Sparrow speaks about the legacy of the ODUNDE Festival with Oshunbumi "Bumi" Fernandez-West as they celebrate its 45th anniversary.
Dancing up close with Tommie-Waheed Evans and softly, as I leave you
Love, belonging, and Black experiences in dance
Melissa Strong previews Philadelphia Dance Projects' and Tommie-Waheed Evans's softly, as I leave you.
The Weekly Roundup, June 1-8
Comics, circus arts, dragon boats, and vibrators
Kyle V. Hiller rounds up the first week of June, featuring events from DVAA, Hedgerow Theatre Company, FringeArts, the Clay Studio, and more.
PhilHarmonia and Nashirah present Singing from the Heart: A Benefit Concert for the Children of Ukraine
Filling the silence with music
PhilHarmonia hosts a benefit concert for Ukraine's largest children's hospital, featuring a performance from the Dzvin Ukrainian Male Folk Choir. Mina Reinckens previews.