The Rock and Roll Revolution Comes Roaring Back to Philly

The year was 1939, and a young Jewish German boy was being sent by his parents to France in order to escape the impending Holocaust. Two years later he would become one of the One Thousand Children, or OTC, a large group of Jewish children who were sent to North America without their parents in... Continue Reading →

“Paint the Revolution” exhibit opens at the Philadelphia Museum of Art after three years of preparation

Although the exhibit only runs for about three months, organizing the massive show took much longer than this. The “Paint the Revolution: Mexican Modernism” exhibit in the Dorrance Special Exhibition Galleries at the Philadelphia Museum of Art is running from now until Jan. 8 and features dozens of works of art. The works were created... Continue Reading →

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 →

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