Weekend Roundup

What's happening Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Friday, Jan. 28

If you’re feeling artsy, get to the new exhibit at the Woodmere Art Museum on Germantown Avenue, John Folinsbee & American Modernism, and see how modern art really developed in the U.S. with this showing of rarely seen works.

Or check out MamaCita: W(holon) at the Abington Art Center in Jenkintown where local women artists have created small works that are exhibited as one large piece inspired by Hispanic culture.

Got cabin fever? Try a Friday Fling at Sisters (5 p.m.-12 a.m.) with DJ Sandy Stabler and special guest bartenders. Doors open with drinks on the cheap and a live burlesque showcase at 11 p.m.

Get decked out in your gown, tux or cocktail dress when Stimulus presents the Winter Wonderland Ball (9 p.m.-2 a.m.) at the TLA on South Street tonight to benefit the Sapphire Fund. Look for a red carpet to start the one-night-only event with dancing and live entertainment from Liberty City Burlesque and Lyfe Dance, and DJs Nikson, Jovii Baby, Kash and Sparkles spinning.

Saturday, Jan. 29

Ever wonder about how the Kimmel Center was built? Find out during the Art & Architecture Tour with a walk down the Avenue of the Arts (215-893-1999).

Learn to be a star for a day with acting and voice classes at the Media Theatre for the Performing Arts.

Sugar Town is celebrating is 10th anniversary at Tritone (6 p.m.-2 a.m.) with DJ Grace Ambrose of No Wavelength and Pop Theory’s Erin Mae Szrankowski spinning live music between sets by local lady rockers doing tributes to the B-52s, Blondie, Garbage and others.

You’ll find all the dancing queens at ABBAmania (8 p.m.) at Resorts in Atlantic City when a tribute band featuring 21 performers and a 14-piece female string section bring the Swedish super group to life.

Sunday, Jan. 30

Curated by Virgil Marti, the Institute of Contemporary Art’s Set Pieces showcases 75 works from the Philadelphia Museum of Art spanning three centuries.

Enjoy free morning admission to the Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford starting at 9:30 a.m.

Lesbian favorite Shawn Colvin performs at World Cafe Live (7:30 p.m.).

Get to Woody’s for a no cover Sunday with an 80s and 90s LGBT dance party (9 p.m.-2 a.m.) by the good people from Scene. Enjoy 80-cent drinks while DJ Carl Michaels spins the favorite hits.