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The 3:00 Booktheartblog1 daysaveRefWorks
Episode 788: Richard Holland and Viridian HouseBad at Sports2 dayssaveRefWorks
TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (1/20-1/26)Bad at Sports2 dayssaveRefWorks
Sex, aging bodies and the human condition, Joan Semmel’s overdue first solo museum show, at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Artstheartblog2 dayssaveRefWorks
Socialist Grocerytheartblog3 dayssaveRefWorks
Artist and Art Director Eric Battle talks about“BLAM!”, A graphic novel profiling fourteen Black historic Philadelphianstheartblog3 dayssaveRefWorks
Bad at Art Forum #3: Buckets as Well as JewelsBad at Sports4 dayssaveRefWorks
Upstairs and downstairs, the question of what goes where and why, at the museumtheartblog7 dayssaveRefWorks
The 3:00 Booktheartblog8 dayssaveRefWorks
Black Quantum Futurism gets Creative Capital, Judilee Reed to US Artists, Wayne Thiebaud at Brandywine River Museum of Art, Moe Brooker passes, plus Opportunities and Moretheartblog8 dayssaveRefWorks
TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (1/13-1/19)Bad at Sports9 dayssaveRefWorks
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Transparency, opacity and the limits of human understanding in Jennifer Packer’s “The Eye is not Satisfied with Seeing,” at the Whitney Museumtheartblog11 dayssaveRefWorks
Kelsey Halliday Johnson leads and advocates for the arts and social justice at SPACE in Portland, MEtheartblog12 dayssaveRefWorks
Grand Ballroom of Doomtheartblog12 dayssaveRefWorks
The 3:00 Booktheartblog15 dayssaveRefWorks
‘Afro-American Images 1971’ exhibit is restaged by Delaware Art Museum in a museum mea culpatheartblog16 dayssaveRefWorks
Impassioned creativity plus awareness of being watched, in ‘Dark Sousveillance’ at Vox Populi Gallerytheartblog17 dayssaveRefWorks
Socialist Grocerytheartblog17 dayssaveRefWorks
Sub-rural #10, “Turks, Jews, and Other Germans…”Bad at Sports18 dayssaveRefWorks
The 3:00 Booktheartblog22 dayssaveRefWorks
Liberta Awards 2021theartblog23 dayssaveRefWorks
Grand Ballroom of Doomtheartblog25 dayssaveRefWorks
With joy and generosity, Terrell Halsey organizes a show about the hopes of Philadelphians for change in their neighborhoodstheartblog30 dayssaveRefWorks
The 3:00 Booktheartblog30 dayssaveRefWorks
Opportunities for learning, joining, funding and viewing!theartblog30 dayssaveRefWorks
Bad at Art Forum #2: Cosmologies and the Artists Who Build ThemBad at Sports33 dayssaveRefWorks
Socialist Grocerytheartblog36 dayssaveRefWorks
Amber Robles-Gordon’s anti-colonial quilts and personal histories at American University Museum at the Katzen Centertheartblog36 dayssaveRefWorks
Philadelphia Artists shine outside Philly, kudos for‘Philly D.A.’, Diane Burko, Camae Ayewa, and Opportunities!theartblog36 dayssaveRefWorks
TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (12/6-12/22)Bad at Sports37 dayssaveRefWorks
Powerful show of art by women and non-binary artists working in the region today, at the Delaware Contemporarytheartblog37 dayssaveRefWorks
Powerful show of art by women working in the region today, at the Delaware Contemporarytheartblog38 dayssaveRefWorks
The 3:00 Booktheartblog39 dayssaveRefWorks
Grand Ballroom of Doomtheartblog39 dayssaveRefWorks
Quiet, beautiful and atmospheric, Jennifer Packer’s people and funerary bouquets at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angelestheartblog40 dayssaveRefWorks
Episode 786: David Antonio Cruz and Dana BassettBad at Sports43 dayssaveRefWorks
Defining art in a fresh way, Rah Crawford adopts NFT and crypto currency and retires from the art worldtheartblog43 dayssaveRefWorks
TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (12/9-12/15)Bad at Sports44 dayssaveRefWorks
BFA degree rises at Rutgers Camden, local art shopping to support, two cool opportunities and a Zoom!theartblog44 dayssaveRefWorks
Episode 785: Miami Day 2 NADABad at Sports46 dayssaveRefWorks
Socialist Grocerytheartblog46 dayssaveRefWorks
Sub-rural #9: Bruno David GalleryBad at Sports47 dayssaveRefWorks
Episode 784: Return to Miami 2021Bad at Sports47 dayssaveRefWorks
Demolition dust in the Baltimore Museum of Art sculpture garden triggers thoughts about labor and preservationtheartblog49 dayssaveRefWorks
Nadia Hironaka and Matthew Suib’s ‘Field Companion’, a not-so-alternate reality, with fungitheartblog49 dayssaveRefWorks
Books for holiday giving, Part 2theartblog51 dayssaveRefWorks
New funding for the arts in Philadelphia, 2021 Arts Writers Grantees, and a little Zoom rounduptheartblog51 dayssaveRefWorks
TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (12/2-12/8)Bad at Sports51 dayssaveRefWorks
Inclusive and engaging, the Scantland Collection’s “Present Generations” at the Columbus Museum of Art shows contemporary art’s power to connecttheartblog53 dayssaveRefWorks
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