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As one of the largest museums in the United States, the Philadelphia Museum of Art invites visitors from around the world to explore its renowned collections, acclaimed special exhibitions, and enriching programs, both in person and online. at www.philamuseum.org.
 
The Sculpture,Garden presents a superb and versatile outdoor setting for the appreciation of art, offering a lively experience of sculpture for both the casual passerby and devoted art lovers. Gracefully integrated into the existing landscape, the Sculpture,Garden extends the Museum’s vast galleries to the outdoors while strengthening the Museum’s connections to the city and Fairmount Park. Its pathways and vistas, green space, and water feature create a variety of spaces for art while maint ...
 
Philadelphia Real Estate Rants and Raves! Here you can listen to exciting info about Philadelphia Condos, from high-rises to low-rises and everything in between, by Real Estate Professional Mark Wade. A member of the Greater Philadelphia Association of Realtors, Mark is a condominium expert that has been the front lines of The Center City Philadelphia Real Estate Market since 1989 | www.CenterCityCondos.com | 215.521.1523
 
The Review Panel is a regular discussion forum founded and moderated by David Cohen, publisher and editor of the online magazine artcritical.com. Each time Cohen is joined by three guests, who include leading American critics, as they debate the merits of current shows of contemporary art before a live audience. The series has been hosted in New York by the National Academy Museum since 2004 and in Philadelphia by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts since 2012.
 
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A group of painters, architects, dancers, and composers came together in 1955 to participate in Group '55, which was dedicated to exploring the new language of abstraction across the sectors of the arts and sharing these ideas with the public. This episode accompanies three exhibitions, Sam Feinstein: Immersive Abstraction, Group '55 and Midcentury…
 
Host and Museum Director, Bill Valerio, discusses the concept behind the Afrocentric Jazz and Fashion Show — how it’s taking place in the context of the pandemic and our current need to examine the roots and manifestations of racial injustice. The inspiration for this event is Woodmere's exhibition, Africa in the Arts of Philadelphia, on view at Wo…
 
This episode of Diving Board launches a new direction for the podcast, revisiting conversations about art, race, and social justice with Ursula Rucker, Jerry Pinkney, Suzanne Burgess, James Morton, Syd Carpenter, and Karen Warrington. The new series is called Diving Board 2020 and we will be asking those speakers we have already heard from, "what h…
 
Gilbert Lewis (born 1945) is a leading figurative painter in Philadelphia known for his sensitive and thoughtful portrayals of the gay male experience during a time when self-identity and expression required particular courage. Interviews in this episode span close relationships with Lewis throughout his career, including painter, Jody Pinto; model…
 
Among the great figurative painters of the late twentieth century, Edith Neff (1943-1995) was ahead of her time in depicting race, gender, and class in the public spaces of Philadelphia. Community educator, Ebony DeBrest, and Program Director, Nima Koliwad, of the Mount Airy Learning Tree (MALT), discuss Neff’s work with William Valerio, Director o…
 
Set adjacent to Rittenhouse Square, many buyers find The Art Museum area a quiet oasis perfect to find a new home. There is a Whole Foods and a Mini-Target in the center of the neighborhood. The Art Museum Area offers easy access to major highways. Of course, the Art Museum, The Oval, The Rodin Museum, loads of shopping, and Fairmount Park are majo…
 
So, you are ready to buy a condo in Philadelphia and you are not sure what to expect. Listen as Mark briefly breaks down the process for you from start to finish. Still have questions? Call 215-521-1523 or shoot us an email at Mark@CenterCity.com.In the meantime, check out some listings on our website at http://www.centercitycondos.com/just_listed.…
 
Eileen Neff, the photographer, installation artist, and art critic, is the juror of Woodmere’s 2019 Annual. In conversation with hosts Bill Valerio and Stephanie Marudas, Neff discusses the ideas that interest her in the contemporary art scene in Philadelphia and the manner in which those ideas emerge in the show. "Second Nature: The Poetics of Re-…
 
Located on the northwest corner of 22nd and Chestnut Streets sits the "pre-war" styled condos of the Coronado building. Just west of the Rittenhouse Square area and with a total of 37 condos in the building, this almost boutique condo building has some very interesting units. Most either have a northern or southern exposure and there is a maximum o…
 
Freedom's Journal: The Art of Jerry Pinkney (Episode 5 of 5):Warren Oree and the Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble interpret “Minty: A Story of Young Harriet Tubman” by Alan Schroeder. Warren Oree, composer, arranger, and bass; Suzanne Burgess, vocals; Adam Faulk, synthesizer, Frank Butrey, guitar, Greg “Juju” Jones, drums, Larry Price, saxophone, and Doug Pa…
 
Freedom's Journal: The Art of Jerry Pinkney (Episode 1 of 5): Renowned illustrator and watercolorist Jerry Pinkney and Crystal Lucky, Associate Professor of English and Associate Dean at Villanova University, discuss African American history and both visual and literary interpretations of slavery, the Middle Passage, and the Underground Railroad. T…
 
Freedom's Journal: The Art of Jerry Pinkney (Episode 2 of 5):Bass player and composer Warren Oree and vocalist Suzanne Burgess discuss art, music, and race in relation to their musical interpretations of two books illustrated by Jerry Pinkney: Julius Lester's “The Old African” and Alan Schroeder’s “Minty: A Story of Young Harriet Tubman.” Topics in…
 
Freedom's Journal: The Art of Jerry Pinkney (Episode 3 of 5): Renowned illustrator and watercolorist Jerry Pinkney takes us on a journey through the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia, where he was raised. Pinkney describes growing up on East Earlham Street in the 1940s and 50s, and how his passion for history evolved in relation to the cultur…
 
Freedom's Journal: The Art of Jerry Pinkney (Episode 4 of 5):Warren Oree, and the Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble interpret “The Old African,” by Julius Lester. Warren Oree, composer and arranger, vocals and bass; Suzanne Burgess, vocals; Adam Faulk, synthesizer; Frank Butrey, acoustic guitar; Greg “Juju” Jones, drums; Larry Price, saxophone, and Doug Pablo…
 
Join us as we dive into the idea of the landscape as a powerful metaphor for the journey of life that we're all on. As part of Woodmere's "Pennsylvania Landscape in Impressionism and Contemporary Art” exhibition, we’ll hear from various artists and curators like Brian Peterson, Emily Brown, Peter Rose, Keith McManus and Ron Tarver. We'll explore pa…
 
Speed, action, danger—these are the defining elements of Darryl Moran’s stock car racing photographs. The first official photographer hired by NASCAR in the early 1990s, Moran was responsible for capturing all aspects of the races. Hear what it feels like to document these events from Moran's perspective and from photojournalist, Cheryl Senter. We'…
 
The Woodmere Annual is a juried exhibition of contemporary art in Philadelphia, now in its 77th year. Syd Carpenter, this year's juror, is a sculptor and professor of studio art at Swarthmore College. From over 600 artists who submitted work for consideration, Carpenter selected works by 76 artists whose practices references the land, the transienc…
 
It's a life of luxury at Parc Rittenhouse. High-end condominiums with stainless steel kitchens, wood flooring, and a 1500 square foot terrace with skyline views overlooking the pool. 24-hour doorman service, beautiful lobby with fireplace, media room, lounge, fitness center, and outdoor pool with deck area for entertaining. Separate storage units. …
 
Known as "The Dorchester", this wonderful building offers studios, one, two, and three bedroom units. The Dorchester Condominiums do offer rental parking for a fee and there is a BEAUTIFUL rooftop pool (membership required). Wonderfully oversized windows provide great views from almost every unit. Similar to the Wanamaker House condos, the Dorchest…
 
This Art Museum Area condominium offers breathtaking views of the Philadelphia Skyline! Amenities include hardwood floors, an on-site fitness center, library, and outdoor pool. Lovely landscaped common areas and parking on-site! Read More about Cityview Condos Here!!By Mark Wade, Philadelphia Condo Market Expert
 
The Tivoli condos (1900 Hamilton St) in Center City Philadelphia are comprised of a high rise building and is accompanied by a low rise set of courtyard condos that face a really nicely manicured enclosed lawn area. Almost all units at The Tivoli condos have parking and the condo association employs a full-time doorman. Condos range from one bedroo…
 
One, Two, and Three-Bedroom Condominiums with a convenient gourmet market, a sidewalk cafe, and fitness center. There is a 24-hour concierge and valet parking as well as high-speed elevators to take you up to your life of luxury including 10-foot ceilings, custom appliances, stone baths, and hardwood flooring! There are really a number of floorplan…
 
The Symphony House Condominiums at Broad and Pine Streets range from one bedroom flats to four bedroom penthouse units (848sq ft- 2232 sq ft). The Symphony House offers on-site parking, 24-hour concierge, as well as on-site pool, gracious gym, and community room areas. With a maximum of nine condominium residences per floor, good ceiling height and…
 
Located in the Logan Circle area of Center City (roughly, the mid-North West quadrant of town), sits a quiet almost unnoticed mid/high rise condo buildings, simply known as 2201 Cherry St.Clad in a white stucco-esque exterior interrupted by a series of windows and small balconies, this 11 story, 44-unit condominium building was first occupied in ea…
 
In this episode, we dive in with illustrator Charles Santore. A South Philadelphia native who became famous for the TV Guide covers he made from 1972 to 1985, Santore worked for the Saturday Evening Post, Time, Life, and other major publications. He made the leap into children's book illustration in 1985, and to this day is celebrated for the virtu…
 
The Murano is probably one of the most striking modern condo buildings in Philadelphia and is a wonderful addition to our skyline. Some units include parking and additional storage space. One of the largest and nicest amenities floors in town- the 6th floor has a pool, large gym, conference area, and outdoor deck- really smashing. The "02" and "03"…
 
In this episode, we'll connect the importance of Violet and her work to present day artists and scholars including Ursula Rucker and Sylvia Yount, two amazing women that continue Oakley's legacy of pushing boundaries in new and exciting ways. Philadelphia-based contemporary artist Peter Paone begins this episode reflecting on his connection to Oakl…
 
Get to know Violet Oakley, the person and the life experiences that helped shape her mission as an artist. Patricia Likos-Ricci, an art historian at Elizabethtown College, who is the lead scholar on Violet Oakley and the Guest Curator of Woodmere's exhibition, A Grand Vision: Violet Oakley and the American Renaissance, provides insight into Oakley'…
 
Dive into Oakley’s vision through her murals at the Pennsylvania State Capitol in Harrisburg. Part 2 explores the importance of some of Oakley's work at arguably her most important commission. You'll hear about what the murals represent, and you’ll even hear Violet in her own voice telling you what they’re all about.…
 
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