Working on a budget, the ExCITe Lab created machines that could interact with humans.
Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, Robert Plant and Paul Simon are just some of the personalities he interviewed at WXPN.
The day after Election Day, female artists gathered for a “momentous” event.
“These people are kind of turning into hashtags” + “You can’t put a cap on when it’s time to get over Dr. Seuss” = art with power.
“It seems like the country is at a turning point. We’re trying to help.”
Cream of the crop from a lineup that features women prominently and showcases Philadelphia all over the place.
Little Ocean Whitaker says she just wants to spread love.
The origins of a very special Photoshop.
Brad Ogden, the director of ‘Millennia,’ says you gotta go deeper than selfies.
Watch paint dry for two hours? Last weekend, this Philly art troupe actually made it fun.
As tribute to her grandparents, choreographer Asya Zlatina created a spirited show set to Yiddish jazz.
But don’t expect elephants or trapeze acts ― think hip hop acrobatic contortionist and flatland BMX.
Nearly four feet high, the framed print of the basketball great was one of the first things moved into the new store
Visitors might find a light installation next to a sculpture next to a documentary photography performance.
There’s a lot more going on at the former Bok Technical High School than just drinks with a skyline view.
Baker the Sign Man’s clients include Rouge, Federal Donuts and The Palm.
Pro tip: If you want to get a chalkboard squeaky clean, use Coca-Cola.