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Adam Wallacavage Exhibiting Photographs For the First Time in Over a Decade

We all know Adam Wallacavage‘s octopus chandeliers, the whimsical light fixtures that decorate ceilings from here to São Paulo and beyond. It’s been a long time, though, since […]

From left: Jennifer Thompson, Curator, Philadelphia Museum of Art; Hannah Henderson, Trustee Emeritus, Board of Trustees, Philadelphia Museum of Art; Sally Sharkey; H. F. "Gerry" Lenfest, Chair Trustee of the Philadelphia Museum of Art; and Gail Harrity, appointed President and COO of the Philadelphia Museum of Art
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Philadelphia Museum of Art’s “Discovering the Impressionists” Opening Gala

The Women’s Committee of the Philadelphia Museum of Art hosted a party celebrating the museum’s new exhibit: “Discovering the Impressionists: Paul Durand-Ruel and the New […]

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Philly Skyline, Ben Franklin and Emojis Created Out of Cans at New Exhibit at Liberty Place

It may seem like a supermarket nightmare waiting to happen: piles of cans, some ten feet tall, looming over busy shoppers. But these aren’t your […]


8 Reasons to Go See the Patrick Kelly Fashion Exhibit at PMA

Yesterday the Philadelphia Museum of Art debuted their much-anticipated Patrick Kelly exhibition. While many see only the glorious excess of Gianni Versace when they think […]

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COMING SOON: “Costumes of
Downton Abbey” at Winterthur

Wilmington’s sprawling Winterthur museum is known for its collection of Americana decorative arts, but starting next month the 175-room former estate of Henry Frances du […]

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WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Barbara Proud’s “First Comes Love” Opens at William Way

This Arctic weather insanity has left us just in time for the weekend. Thanks, Polar Vortex! Here’s our weekly roundup of what’s happening in gay […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, May 11 See the new exhibit Collage at the Latvian Society (starting at 9 a.m.) with works by artists from around the country. The event […]

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Kelly A. Burkhardt’s “Atomic Age”

Part street photography and part stylized digital imagery, “Atomic Age” opens this Friday (May 4) at Ven & Vaida Gallery. It’s the first solo photography […]

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Lesbian Photography Opens Eyes

A lesbian photographer chronicles fellow lesbians and their families in a new exhibit at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute in Alabama. Founded to teach about human rights […]