Arts

North Philly's Urban Cowboys at the Barnes

Mohamed Bourouissa's Work Celebrates Life on the New American Frontier

by GINA ALM

Monuments for the People

What is an appropriate monument for the current city of Philadelphia? Monument Lab: A Public Art and History Project gives 20 potential answers.  

by LINDA LIN

Street Reviews Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body

A testimony of struggle, not triumph

by CAROLINE CURRAN

Six Ways to Destress with Art

Because CAPS's next appointment is in two weeks and you have five midterms, two papers, and three quizzes. 

by SHERRY TSENG

Point/Counterpoint: Spotify vs. Apple Music

The Spotify/Apple Music debate may or may not have torn Street music writers apart

by NOAH KEST, PAUL LITWIN, and TALIA STERMAN

The Benjamin Franklin Parkway Will Be Lit For the Next Month

The parkway gets a makeover for its centennial by internationally renowned artist Cai Guo-Qiang.

by LINDA LIN

Cecily Chen's Weird and Wonderful Vinyl Collection

For the record, Cecily has everything from punk rock to William Burroughs on vinyl.

by ALIYA CHAUDHRY

Street Does Shit: DIY Succulent Workshop

Make your own plant bae. 

by MICHAELA TINKEY

Deconstructed: Philadelphia Assembled

Philly: home of BYOs, the 76ers, and art that makes you think 

by SHERRY TSENG

Local BYOB Art Classes

A few drinks later, you'll feel like Picasso. 

by LAUREN DONATO

NYFW: Not What You Expected

Street takes on New York Fashion Week

by NOA BAKER

Top Picks for First Friday Galleries This October

Because there's more to explore in Old City than just Recess.

by BRITTANY LEVY

Heavy Stuff at The Fabric Workshop

The life and work of late architect Louis Kahn fills a museum in a monumental fashion.

by GINA ALM

Street Went There: Underground Arts

Sweet beats, futuristic facades, and the obligatory disco ball

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ASK AN ART BUFF: WHAT IS AN ARTIST–RUN GALLERY, ANYWAY?

The fourth installment of a series devoted to demystifying the art world

by LINDA LIN

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