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Arts

Painting Time

Decoding "Monet's Minutes" with art historian and professor André Dombrowski.

by DYLAN GROSSMANN

Amplifying Unhoused Voices Through the Power of Art

The Mutter Museum’s new art exhibit explores the unhoused experience through the lens of public health.

by CHLOE NORMAN

Resurrecting A Gilded Age History

Local community efforts have revived Lynnewood Hall's marvels from ruin to radiance.

by ELLIE MEYER

Flowers Aren't Enough

Performance artist Marina Abramovic puts everything on the line for loveu2014and art. 

by DYLAN GROSSMANN

The Galleries at the Philadelphia Museum of Art that No One Talks About

Don't have 14 dollars for a ticket?

by KYUNGHWAN LIM

Confronting Discomfort: The Unseen World of Nan Goldin's Photography

Goldin is putting her pain in full focus. 

by DYLAN GROSSMANN

Art in the Age of AI

Do we say yes to AI wedding vows? 

by LILA DUBOIS

'As You Like It' is Fun, Friendly, and Fluid with Gender

The Globe's newest production of the Shakespearean classic shines with its subversive gender play.

by ISAAC POLLOCK

Judging a Book by Its Cover: Exploring 'A Little Life' and 'Orgasmic Man'

A book cover photograph has never seemed so enticing—and heartbreaking—at the same time.

by LUIZA LOUBACK

Alan Nakagawa’s Steady Gig

Nakagawa tells how he’s achieved the impossible: a stable income as an artist and author.

by DYLAN GROSSMANN

The Allure of Change

The Philadelphia Museum of Art's new exhibit, The Shape of Time: Korean Art after 1989, slows down time.

by KYUNGHWAN LIM

A World of Art Without Men

A new exhibit at the Barnes Foundation shows Marie Laurencin's dreamy world, and one thing is clear: No boys allowed.

by JOSEPHINE BUCCINI

"Cookbooks and Convos" at Philadelphia’s Finest

Sisterly Love’s event series amplified female voices, dishes, and accomplishments this fall.

by JESSA GLASSMAN

Jennifer Egan's Homecoming: A Writer's Journey Back to Penn

A conversation about writing, criticism, and the English major

by LUIZA LOUBACK

Frida Kahlo’s Likeness Has Become More Important Than Her Art

How capitalism and consumer feminism has made the artist merely a symbol.

by DYLAN GROSSMANN

They’re Past Their Prime

Galleries are headed towards death if they only show artists who are dead.

by DYLAN GROSSMANN

Joni Mitchell (Preemptively) Reincarnated

Rainee Blake completely transforms in her one woman tribute show, "Take Me As I Am"

by LILA DUBOIS

A Munch with Mensches at “I Could Nosh”

We kibitzed, schmoozed, and of course, noshed at this conversation with Michael Solomonov, Alex Edelman, and Jake Cohen.

by JESSA GLASSMAN

The Book Club Revolution is Female

How women–led online communities are reshaping literary discourse

by LUIZA LOUBACK

From Handicraft To Hashtags

Your grandma isn't the only one crocheting right now.

by LUIZA LOUBACK

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