Exhibits

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Planet’s Largest Known Tarantula Coming to Academy of Natural Sciences

Shut down this page right now, arachnophobes, or risk not resting easy from around February to May of next year. That’s how long Drexel’s Academy […]

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Here Are the Three Winning Shots From Philly Photo Day

On October 9th, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center (PPAC) hosted their annual Greater Philly Photo Day. The initiative asks anyone to snap a picture on that day […]

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Glowing Pedicab Sculptures to Hit the Parkway in 2016

It was announced this week that 50 local artists and cultural organizations will receive a total of $9.6 million in grants from the Pew Center […]

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Franklin Institute to Display Vatican Artworks During Pope’s Visit

When Pope Francis is in town in September for the World Meeting of Families, he’ll have a little piece of home at the Franklin Institute to make […]

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PHOTOS: First Look at the First LGBT Exhibit at the Constitution Center

Yesterday afternoon you may have seen a Facebook, Twitter or Instagram update from us about the “Speaking Out for Equality” exhibit at the National Constitution […]

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Philadelphia Museum of Art Puts Its Famous Artworks on the Streets

The Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) has hung 60 replicated masterpieces along Philly city streets, making onlookers across the region do double takes. PMA and the Knight Foundation teamed up […]

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Local Teens Record Audio Tours to Get Youth Interested in Philly’s Museums

Many teenagers would argue that museum tours don’t exactly scream cool … up until now. The Philly museum scene is gaining youth appeal with the […]

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Philadelphia Museum of Art’s New Design Exhibit is Like a Fancy IKEA

This month, the Philadelphia Museum of Art debuts “Northern Lights: Scandinavian Design,” which is running now through October 4th. Here are some objects you’ll see there. Look […]

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INTERVIEW: Yoko Ono

Next month, Ocean Galleries in Stone Harbor, New Jersey, will debut an exhibit of artworks by John Lennon. Curated by his wife Yoko Ono, “The […]

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Eakins Oval Kicks Off With a Giant Light-Up Exhibit

Philly loves a pop-up experience, and starting May 30th, there will be one of glowing proportions invading Eakins Oval, as “Future Sensations,” a massive art installation, […]

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Two Hidden Cézanne Sketches Found at the Barnes Foundation

The Barnes Foundation is known for their collection of impressionist and early modern artwork, including 69 pieces of work by Cézanne. Well, now make that […]

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Philadelphia Museum of Art to Be Only U.S. Stop for Major Impressionist Exhibit

Big news in the Philly art scene this week: The Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) just announced that it will be the only U.S. city to house an upcoming […]

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200 Years of African American Art Going On Display at PMA

Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) will kick off 2015 by pulling from its holdings 75 pieces of artwork by African American artists. The exhibit, called “Represent: […]

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World’s Largest Snake Coming to Academy of Natural Sciences

Close your ears, ophidiophobiacs. Titanoboa, also known as the largest snake that ever slithered around the planet, is coming to Philadelphia next February. The Smithsonian traveling exhibit […]

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LaSalle’s “Life and Work of Bob Dylan Collection” Is a Perfect Complement to His Concerts In Town This Week

The legendary Bob Dylan will come rolling into town this weekend to perform three shows at the Academy of Music—the first time, The Inquirer reports, he’s […]