July 15, 2019Franks O’Hara: Queer Poetry Reading
At FRANKS O’HARA you will enjoy local poets reading selections of Frank O’Hara’s work as well as their own; hot dogs and tofu pups; beer; and the beautiful ambiance of the ICA.
July 15, 2019Single Tickets Now on Sale for Annenberg 19/20 Season
The Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts has opened up sales of single tickets for its 19/20 Season! Some shows will sell out so buy early to ensure you don't miss the artists you most want to see.
July 15, 2019Two PMA Sculptures Are Moving to Penn for 99 Years
Two enormous pieces of public art, standing for decades outside the west entrance of the Philadelphia Museum of Art overlooking the Fairmount Water Works, will be relocated beginning July 15 to new sites on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania. The move of the well-known works — Louise Nevelson’s Atmosphere and Environment XII and Jacob Epstein’s Social Consciousness — is prompted by the museum’s ongoing construction work.
July 8, 2019Kelly Writers House Chairs: More than Just a Place to Sit
Even the chairs at the Kelly Writers House have stories to tell. The mismatched wooden seats came from the community, intentionally given to become part of Writers House everyday history.
July 1, 2019The School of Social Policy and Practice Launches One Book, One SP2 Initiative
This summer, the entire School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2) community has been invited to engage in a collective experience focused around the book “Unapologetic: A Black, Queer, and Feminist Mandate for Radical Movements.” The communal endeavor is tied to One Book, One SP2, a new initiative intended to foster a stronger sense of unity and reinforce antiracism efforts and cultural humility throughout the school.