Art

20 great Philly art happenings this spring

Explore the universe’s deepest questions and human’s most primal desires through painting and performance.

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Later, Sean Buffington: The outgoing UArt’s leader on what’s next

One of the youngest college presidents offers a final word on being out in academia, what’s next for him and why Philly’s such an awesome city for artists.

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Florcy Morisset masters the art of moving on

She isn’t closing her Old City gallery, Vivant Art Collection, for the reasons you suspect.

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MAAG marks five years of uniting Northwest Philly artists

The wondrous community hub along the Germantown Avenue corridor, founded by Linda Slodki and Arleen Olshan, is being rightly celebrated this weekend.

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Chris Sembrot explores the benefits of “Friends”

Sembrot’s not-for-profit works, including his video project, “Friends Who Inspire,” show patterns of artist connectivity.

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“Oblivious” puts abuse up front, in your face

Carolyn Cohen’s stirring new Muse Gallery exhibit hopes to inspire us to look, learn—then act.

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At Woodmere’s yearly Annual showcase, the jury is in

The Chestnut Hill art museum’s 73rd Juried Exhibition highlights more of Philadelphia’s on-the-rise art talent.

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PW’s Summer Guide 2014: galleries, museums and DIY art fun

From gallery walls to parkways and railways, art’s everywhere.

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The affecting “Funeral for a Home” explores loss of community

Temple Contemporary’s project not only commemorated the “death” of the Mantua house, but also provided a canvas for residents to express their concerns about urban development.

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Celebration of Black Writing revisits a segregated Jersey shore

Art Sanctuary’s “Chicken Bone Beach” exhibit gives its 2014 writing fest some historical heft.

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