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Drexel students make video game version of paralympic sport for those with low vision

Carroll - Dre

The Arts

At 25, Clearwater artist makes big splash at Old City gallery

Carroll - Artist Lindsay Rapp

The Arts

Five for Friday: Mentalist Max Major

Max Mentalist


Gallery Gameplan: It’s First Friday, people

Cynthia Groya

The Arts

Five for Friday: Philly Fringe Festival co-founder Nick Stuccio

Carroll - Fringe Arts president Nick Stuccio

The Arts

New Science Center exhibit explores changing face of surveillance


The Arts

Gallery: Woodstock producer creates brand-new mid-Atlantic festival

Carroll - Lovelight Arts and Yoga Festival


Five for Friday: Philly drag queen Brittany Lynn

Carroll - Drag Queen Brittany Lynn


Film Review: 'Equity' pitches its own take on 'greed is good' in new Wall Street thriller

Anna Gunn

The Arts

Puppets, physics and circus arts combine in new Philly-developed children's show

Circus Town Art

The Arts

Dancing with Your Ex: Former lovers find friendship in high-flying Fringe show

Carroll - Fringe Arts Grounded Autonomy

The Arts

In new Old City Jewish art exhibit, a hopeful future lifted from destruction

Carroll - Jewish Arts Center

The Arts

Anthony Bourdain, Carol Burnett, Bill Maher and more coming to Kimmel Center in 2016-17 season

Kimmel Center

The Arts

Old City DNC exhibit hopes to 'make political cartoons great again'

Political Cartoon Exhibit


Five for Friday: 'Kiss Kiss a Go-Go' nightclub owner Ivan Kane

Ivan Kane

The Arts

Kimmel Center CEO gets thumbs-up from board of directors

Anne Ewers Kimmel Center

The Arts

Norristown theater testing new 'Pay What You Decide' ticket pricing

Theatre Horizon

The Arts

Emmy-winning Philly filmmaker to highlight the power of voice in new doc

Claude V. McKnight III


A chat with Maria Govan, director of standout qFLIX film 'Play the Devil'

Play the Devil Screen

The Arts

These Philly-held artworks are headed to Versailles

La Galeria Versailles

The Arts

Inside the underground arts scene that's rewriting Chester's bad rep

Carroll - Chester Pennsylvania

The Arts

Iconic 'Unconditional Surrender' statue visiting Battleship New Jersey this summer

The Arts

Race Against Time: A North Philly artist aims to document her disappearing community

Rasheedah Phillips

The Arts

South Philly filmmakers reflect on their time at Cannes International Film Festival

South Philly Filmmakers in Cannes

The Arts

Pew Center for Arts & Heritage doles out major arts & culture grants for 2016



Gallery: 'Steampunk Expo' at Morris Arboretum


The Arts

New mural to honor South Philly's bandstand-era music legends

South Philly Musicians Mural

The Arts

Photos: Phila. School of Circus Arts' high-flying 'Cabaret Pinot Noir'


The Arts

See the vinyl-wrapped electric boxes sprucing up Washington Square West

Electric Box Art


Watch: Surveillance video catches guest accidentally knocking clock off wall at Pa. museum

Clock Falls


Reading Terminal Market mainstay Amazulu opens boutique in Point Breeze



What Philadelphians are reading this summer: 17 local influencers & artists share their beach reads



Operating Theater: When doctors do drama


Napkin sketches illustrate Philly's most beloved architecture in new AIA exhibit


Performing Arts

MOMIX tours through Philly, gives free performance at Dilworth


The Arts

Philly through their eyes: Teen photogs showcase their work with Teen Photo Exhibit in Kensington

Carroll - Philadelphia Photo Arts Center Teen Photo Exhibition

The Arts

Five for Friday: Tony Award nominee Megan Hilty

Megan HIlty

The Arts

William Penn statue getting summer cleaning

William Penn Statue getting summer cleaning

The Arts

Not your dad's La-Z-Boy: Center for Art in Wood sets the bar for 21st-century chairs in new exhibit

Carroll - Center for Art in Wood


Beer-infused art: Seven wacky works we saw at the Craft Brewers Conference beer-art exhibit

Night and Day

The Arts

South Philly filmmakers to take part in Cannes International Film Festival's Short Film Corner

Derick & Ryan Dead Pixel

The Arts

Forty-four years ago, this Temple psychiatry professor anonymously paved the way for gay rights

John Fryer