Museum Without Walls is Making Art Accessible to Smart Phone Users
https://youtu.be/cIa5ATNkylg Museum Without Walls is a project designed to allow everyone to learn more about the arts in Philadelphia. Their interactive app tells the unique stories and history of 80+ statues around the art museum and in parks such as Rittenhouse Square.
One First Friday Artist’s ‘Troublesome Relationship’ With Local Galleries
Every month, hundreds of starving artists flock to Philly's First Friday public gallery viewing, hoping to get a taste of the clientele that established Old City galleries pull daily. With each passing month, it's getting tougher and tougher to gain critical exposure. At this October's event, local biology student Adam Knapp is feeling the strain. https://youtu.be/OclyEFcWovs... Continue Reading →
Mums and Mutts Brings Communities Together to Help Philadelphia’s Animal Shelters
https://youtu.be/4FO2WiY23Jg Save the Mums and Mutts, a family-friendly event complete with animal adoption and raffle prizes, has taken place in South Philadelphia at Burke Playground for the past 7 years! All the proceeds go to helping animals in need and funding various animal shelters in Philadelphia. It has grown from founder Megan McFarland's modest idea... Continue Reading →
Interview with parks beat writer, Hannah Amadio
Hannah Amadio is Journalism major at Temple University who has decided to cover "parks" for a semester full of finding interesting events to go to. Amadio is not a Philly native, so the most famous parks such as Love Park and Spruce Street Harbor Park have always attracted her into the city. She is... Continue Reading →