This grand boulevard, named after Philadelphia’s most famous citizen, is Philadelphia’s early 20th century contribution to the City Beautiful Movement and connects the downtown to Fairmount Park, fulfilling William Penn’s vision… Read More
The Association for Public Art (aPA) presents Public Art in Focus, a month-long series of photography workshops for all levels led by Philadelphia-based photographers. See the city's sculpture through a new… Read More
The Philadelphia Art Commission Wednesday, September 7, 2016 - 9:30 a.m.
Room 18029 - 1515 Arch Street
Meeting of the Art & Architecture Committee
100-16 Encroachments… Read More
The Lehigh Valley Planning Commission (LVPC)’s BuildLV report highlights the evolution of housing types, new institutional development and quantifies commercial markets. The panel of national, regional, and local experts will address… Read More
The EwingCole Lecture: Wolf Prix
Wednesday, Sep. 7, 2016, 06:30pm
Lower Gallery, Meyerson Hall
Wolf D. Prix, Lead Designer, COOP HIMMELB(L)AU, Vienna, Austria
Lecture Title: The Himmelb(l)au Project
6:30pm, Lower Gallery,… Read More
Photo Credit: The William Penn Foundation
(Please note: This is a change of date from our usual first Thursday of the month. Happy Labor Day!)
Sarah Clark Stuart, executive director of the Bicycle Coalition… Read More
From Civil War-Era Flags to campaign buttons, to children's toys, this exhibit assembles hundreds of flag-related artifacts that represent a unique part of American heritage. Included with museum admission.
Become a more engaged citizen and apply to be part of the Citizens Planning Institute's fall session!
This seven-week course empowers citizens to take a more effective and active role in shaping… Read More