Relive the Philadelphia experience of Eastern European Jews who settled along South Street in the late 19th century. Explore their humble synagogues and homes and learn about their thriving marketplaces that… Read More
Starting September 24, Emeka Ogboh featuring Ursula Rucker's Logan Squared sound installation will be on view on Sundays from 2–4:30 p.m. at the Free Library of Philadelphia’s Parkway Central location. Part… Read More
This lecture hosted by the Barnes Museum will feature architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, awarded the National Medal of the Arts, in conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning architectural critic Inga Saffron.… Read More
Do you want to know about upcoming green improvements that are coming to Germantown to help the neighborhood soak up excess stormwater that comes with rainstorms?
Stop by this Philadelphia Water…Read More
Please join us for our monthly meeting, open to the public! Hear updates about projects in the neighborhood and how to get involved and help with beautification, clean streets, education and… Read More
Mayor Kenney has created a historic preservation task force to help the City reassess how Philadelphia preserves its historic resources. The task force will explore strategies and make recommendations regarding:
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Next month at DAG: 2035 is coming! Under the last three mayors, Philadelphia has moved ahead steadily on Philadelphia 2035, the comprehensive citywide plan that includes 18 district by- district plans.… Read More
Philadelphia is the United States' first World Heritage City. What does this mean for Philadelphia neighborhoods and nearby Greater Philadelphia communities? Hear from speakers familiar with neighborhood and community development, historic… Read More
Join Theatre Philadelphia as we kick off our professional development series! On October 6th, social media influencers and communications professionals will share best practices and tips to build and engage audiences.… Read More
Celebrate all things Monument Lab and Mural Arts with Promument, a night of dancing and conversation in PAFA’s beautiful Rotunda space. Explore the Monument Lab hub downstairs in PAFA’s exhibition space,… Read More
The Revolutionary Germantown Festival is a neighborhood-wide event honoring the legacy of the Battle of Germantown. The Battle was the first planned attack by the American army during the Revolutionary War… Read More
Mural Arts Philadelphia’s citywide Monument Lab continues with a Saturday Spotlight event at Franklin Square, with music and food!
This event will feature Monument Lab artist Kara Crombie, whose Sample… Read More
Grassroots groups in Philly are engaging communities, improving storefronts, and activating civic spaces on their neighborhood commercial corridors. Learn about their resourceful efforts to connect with residents and encourage entrepreneurship. Supporting…Read More
philafad: Philadelphia Fabricators, Architects, and Designers presents the work of Philadelphia designers and fabricators as a part of the 2017 DesignPhiladelphia festival. Learn what local small businesses are creating in… Read More
Join AARP Pennsylvania at the DesignPhiladelphia Coferene to ler how affrdale housing ptionscan mke communitis more livabe for all ages,abiities, incomes, and backgrounds.
You'll hear from local exerts adleanho AARP's new… Read More
Join AARP Pennsylvania at the DesignPhiladelphia Conference to learn how affordable housing options can make communities more livable for all ages, abilities, incomes, and backgrounds.
You'll hear from local experts and… Read More
The story of master architect Louis Kahn (1901-1974) is intrinsically connected to Philadelphia, where he spent most of his life and career. Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture is the first… Read More