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The Knight Arts program is now seeking grant opportunities in Philadelphia that can create transformational change through artistic excellence and collective cultural experiences. If you’re interested in learning more about working with Knight in the arts, please contact Philadelphia Program Director Donna Frisby-Greenwood.

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Take a journey into the basement of the Crane Arts building to visit Second State Press, and you might find yourself on yet another expedition: into the artistic process of Kip Deeds. Outside of the Second State workshop, “Prints + Process: The Alasktic Series” is currently on display, providing a trail of prints, proofs, notes, […]

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Right now The Clay Studio is asking visitors to see the big picture with a pair of exhibits from Chinese tile artist Hao Luo and the Society of American Mosaic Artists (SAMA). Both shows at this Knight Arts grantee are focused on the sum of their parts: combining small pieces of ceramics and other materials […]

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By Lindsay Mauck, Philadelphia Young Playwrights The Philadelphia Young Playwrights and InterAct Theatre Company have partnered to bring you this production of 17 winning monologues. Enjoy this video featuring winning writer Samira Dawan and her monologue “Love-Trouble,” then come see the festival March 12-21, 2015. Tickets are $10, click here to purchase.

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At Engagement Studios, the Old City creative collective and media studio startup InLiquid Art + Design has the work of four women artists on display for their exhibit “Reflections.” Among the eclectic work of Alexandra Coultas, Mary Henderson, Lisa Imperiale and Gina Michaels, one can find realistic oil paintings, architectural mixed media works and patterned […]

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When one speaks of the Platonic Solids, it would be easy to assume that all depictions of these three-dimensional objects would truly be solid, but that answer is a little too simple for Tyler Kline. For his solo show “Continuous Warlock Integers” at Rebekah Templeton Contemporary Art, Kline seeks to rethink the vision and purpose […]

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If the first floor of 319 N. 11th Street has seemed especially active lately, that’s because the formerly empty street level windows now look in on the brand new Savery Gallery, which opened its doors at the beginning of 2015. For its March exhibition, Savery is featuring a collaborative dialogue between artists Jessica Hans and […]

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On First Friday, March 6, New Boon(e) debuted a one night exhibition of painting and commentary among friends. The show “Forever” not only puts a new body of work by artist Kim Altomare on display, but provides accompanying audio analyses by curator and friend Anne Pagana, as well as a gallery tour and performance by […]

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Photographs are representations of our surroundings; ephemeral snapshots of people, places and moments in time – except when they’re not. The Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, a Knight Arts grantee, has featured Ethan Greenbaum, Sara Greenberger Rafferty and David Kennedy Cutler for their show “Beyond the Surface: Image as Object.” This exhibit seeks to see past […]

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Neon is the name of the game at James Oliver Gallery right now – both in color and in substance. Bonnie Brenda Scott, whose name you might recognize from Space 1026 or similar locales, has been active in Philadelphia and New York for some time, concocting bright, biological paintings and multimedia works, the latest of […]

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Human beings have had a long and complex history with crystals, but some of these faceted formations dwarf even the timescale of our species. Others, like salt or ice crystals, may take shape so quickly, they practically grow before our eyes. At the Esther Klein Gallery, part of the University City Science Center, the exhibit […]

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