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Megan Ruben


Sculptures of Rittenhouse Square

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The Fairey Controversy: A Photo Stolen or a Photo Revitalized

A lawsuit between Fairey and the Associated Press makes us question the boundaries of creative license.

Campus Gems: Homage to Georgia O'Keefe

As you make your sprint from the Wawa on Spruce to your 9 a.m.

34 seconds with the Artist: Kate Herzlin

Tell us about Les Mis...the movie.

DIY: Holiday Glitter Art

'Tis the season of finals and crafty procrastination! Fight off those Reading Days blues with some festive holiday cheer.

DIY: Post-Halloweekend

Halloween is over, and all you have left to console yourself are now–useless costumes and the remnants of your dignity.

Review: Visions of Arcadia

A bit of ecstasy at the PMA

You so scrappy

Pull it together

Work That Camera

From dark room rentals to photography classes and critiques, Project Basho hosts much more than the average gallery space.

Vixteen Candles

This West Philly institution lets local crafters hawk their wares

Safeword: MFA Class of 2013

Head over to Meyerson for the last day of Penn Design’s M.F.A. exhibition.

Material Arts

Take advantage of the surge in unconventional media hitting Philly this month.

Penn After Occupy

Street looks at the movement’s participants and their impact.

Afternoon With Arts

Does your weekend procrastination calendar need a little more flair? Netflix addictions are so 2011, but we hear contemporary installations and quirky antique stores are the new pink.

DIY: Halloween Decor

Still recovering from that post–midterm freak–out? Throwing a Halloween party? Unfortunately, the terrifying state of your living room does not count as holiday decor, but Arts has you covered.

Arts Top 5: Best Art Classes in Philly

Add/drop is over, and the prospect of Drawing I lowering your GPA scared you out of a studio art class, again.

Vox Populi mixes sexuality with a pop star mentality in a participatory show.

Oh the perils of visiting the Vox Populi Gallery.

ARTS TOP 5: ICA Director Claudia Gould’s Most Influential Contributions to the Gallery

From free–for–alls to Warhols, 12 years of Claudia Gould is a milestone worth celebrating.

Illadelphia’s Finest

The Philadelphia Museum of Art handpicks the best and brightest of Philadelphia’s local art scene.

Lasting Impressions

The Slought Foundation brings the haunting video installations of renowned French artist Tania Mouraud to our doorstep.
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