This weekend is the group Queer Performers of Color’s encore appearance at CiBo Ristorante Italiano.
Chinatown resident Dave S. Pettengill revealed how much of the stuff he used for “A Valentine to Philly.”
The “first fruits of the harvest,” displayed.
It’s public art, and it’s been in the works for years.
Everything from our homegrown “Creed” to the blinding whiteness of Pennsylvania politics.
Visiting Nigerian artist Olanrewaju Tejuoso worked with the community to create a colorful new show.
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.”