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Arts

DIY: Fling Tank

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSAGkX12Xu0&feature=youtu.be

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Experiential Art: An Interview With Sound Artist Michael Kiley

On April 5, Philly musician and sound designer Michael Kiley, also known as The Mural and the Mint, releases an iPhone app called The Empty Air. It plays music filtered with ambient noise that corresponds to the user’s location in Rittenhouse Square Park. Who knew birds, rustling leaves, church bells and your conversations could be art?

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DIY: Flower Headband

Just in time for Fling (and Spring!), Arts brings you a fantastic, floral DIY.

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Sculptures of Rittenhouse Square

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by MEGAN RUBEN

Artist Profile: Mabel Luu

Name and Year: Mabel Luu, C’15 Hometown: Philadelphia, PA Major: Communications Website: www.mabelluu.com

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Philly's Top 5 Artsy Bars

1. Graffiti Bar 124 S. 13th Street Getting There: Take the Market–Frankford Line; get off at 13th Street. As warm weather quickly approaches, so does outdoor bar season.

by GABE MORALES

34 Seconds With The Artist: Mabel Luu

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaMAXaOdtVk

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34 Seconds with the Artist: Marlie Winslow

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qnLBZHkgSo8&list=UUz5_M2D9KEpQ3cXPW-Ol8Hg&index=1

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To Infinity and Beyond! The Penn Art Club Annual Exhibition

Between the suit wearers at Huntsman and the scrub–clad students at HUP, Penn art culture may appear as dormant as Van Pelt studiers at 4 am. However, the Penn Art Club’s annual exhibition, Infinity, reveals that creativity on campus can indeed be awakened—even for the non–artists­—albeit below the radar.

by SUZETTE WANNINKHOF

Artist Profile: Photographer Marlie Winslow

ARTIST PROFILE: PHOTOGRAPHER MARLIE WINSLOW   Name and Year: Marlie Winslow, Class of 2015 Hometown: Wrightsville Beach, NC Major: Undeclared, prospective Urban Studies and Visual Studies

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Hole–In–One: "The Art of Golf" at the PMA

At the Philadelphia Museum of Art, golf balls and clubs are about the last thing you'd expect to see displayed.

by GINA DECAGNA

Preview: Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts

After a hiatus following the inaugural festival in 2011—which included a 81–foot tall Eiffel Tower sculpture—PIFA is back with a bang.

by ALINA GRABOWSKI

A New Way to Pop Some Tags

Antiquarian’s Delight 615 S.

by ANDIE DAVIDSON

Online Photo Gallery: Arts’ Picks of Favorite Antique Finds

Click the first photo to start the slideshow!

by ANDIE DAVIDSON

Wanna Go Flower Pickin

As the daffodils and tulips rise from the ground, Street shows you the best spots in town to appreciate garden design.

by GINA DECAGNA

Take a Walk: Rittenhouse

1)500 Degrees (1504 Sansom) Get off your ass, put on your favorite spring playlist and walk across the Walnut Street bridge. Their special thing: Truffle oil.  Truffle items on the menu include truffle cheese and truffle oil as toppings, a truffle burger, and truffle fries. What we got: Humpty Dumpty burger ($8.50- Arugula, sunny side up egg, potato crisp, braised bacon), Classic burger with raw onion and a chocolate banana milkshake ($13- burger has cheese of your choice, bibb lettuce, tomato and your choice of one topping- mine was raw onion), Truffle fries ($4) Our experience: You have arrived at one of the best burger places ever.  Literally a guy bumped into me in there and instead of just saying “Sorry” he said “Sorry- it’s the best burger place in town, right?”  It’s a really busy place, but if you want to do this food route/picnic right you’re going to do take out anyways.  You can tell immediately by the menu that this is one of those fancy burger pl aces- lots of unique options, which does make it slightly more expensive than something like Bobby’s.

by ANDREA TRUMP

Artist Profile: Sarah Lindstedt

Name and Year: Sarah Lindstedt, C’15 Hometown: Palos Verdes Estates, CA Major: English Website: www.sarahlindstedt.com Street: How did you first get into music? Sarah Lindstedt: I grew up in a family where music was a high priority.

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Spook and Sparkle on Bainbridge Street

Anastacia Fahnestock needed her wisdom teeth removed.

by MADELEINE WATTENBARGER

34 Seconds with the Artist Sarah Lindstedt

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=gpKipSh8K4M

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Arts' Guide To Sculpting (Your Spring Bod)

The human body has been celebrated throughout art history. As you get in shape for skimpier seasons, look to these artful hot–bods for some inspirational advice.

by JILLIAN DI FILIPPO

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