The new US Embassy in London opened its doors to the public in January 2018, nearly nine years after the Department of State's Overseas Building Operations first announced a design competition… Read More
Sampling residences in Southwest Chestnut Hill built by Italian artisans, this tour includes homes and a business built by Italians for themselves, ending with a “vanished” Italian neighborhood in Pastorius Park.… Read More
Join the Association for Public Art (aPA) for our annual spring event featuring guest speaker Barbara Haskell, curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art for over 43 years. Haskell organized… Read More
Philadelphia in 2018 is a city bustling with activity and snarled by congestion. Are Philadelphia’s transportation agencies organized to respond to the challenges and opportunities created by new technologies, burgeoning development… Read More
Lou Ferrero, archivist and historican atr the Stotesbury Mansion Catholic Philopatrian Institute, will give an introductroy talk on the history of the mansion designed by famed architect Wilson Eyre.
Following Lou’s… Read More
Fairmount Park Conservancy’s11th Annual Centennial Celebration will take place on Thursday, May 10 at 6 pm at The Horticulture Center located at North Horticultural Drive & Montgomery Drive, Philadelphia. There… Read More
Event run by Blackwell Library Teen Department. Please email Conita Pierson with any questions! Thank you!
Whether it is your teacher’s test questions or your parent’s credit card number, this information… Read More
Stroll a charming labyrinth of streets west of Washington Square, a village-like setting right in the heart of Center City, developed in the mid 19th century. Experience an intimate “hierarchy of… Read More
The spectacular Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square is a celebration of light and culture that features artisans from China creating magnificent steel-framed and silk-wrapped giant lighted sculptures, using traditional… Read More