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Last chance to see "Urban Perceptions: Mashiu...

Last chance to see "Urban Perceptions: Mashiul Chowdhury" - on view through tomorrow. https://ceruleanarts.com/products/mashiul-chowdhury-chester-30

    Mashiul Chowdhury: Chester 30
    Chester 30, oil and charcoal on paper painting by New Jersey artist Mashiul Chowdhury. Included in the exhibition Urban Perceptions, March 28 - April 21, 2018. Note: Painting will ship at end of exhibition. H 6" x W 8"
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2 hours ago

Nora's Gibson's HUMAN premieres tonight at 8 ...

Nora's Gibson's HUMAN premieres tonight at 8 PM! Tickets are available at https://pgdancevisions.eventbrite.com or at the door. Pictured: Marria Cosentino-Chapin and Brian Cordova in rehearsal for HUMAN Photo by Joseph V. Labolito


2 hours ago

The Franklin Institute shared Philadelphia Sc...

Looking for events in the Philadelphia Science Festival near you? There's a map for that! http://bit.ly/2HOBtJD

    Philadephia Science Festival Locations, 2018 - Google My Maps
    Philadephia Science Festival Locations, 2018
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2 hours ago

The Mann Center for the Performing Arts share...

See you there! Tickets are on sale now 🏈

    The Eagles Super Bowl Win Meets the Philadelphia Orchestra, Live In Concert
    This is the best idea we've heard all week. Since the Eagles won the Super Bowl way back on February 4th, we've watched the NFL Films footage of that Nick Foles Philly Special touchdown and other exciting plays from the game countless times, all underscored by that dramatic orchestral music that so perfectly captures the feeling of those moments.
    https://www.phillymag.com

3 hours ago

Researchers in Singapore have developed a rob...

Researchers in Singapore have developed a robot that can assemble an IKEA chair. http://bit.ly/2qJ98Nz

    Robots can now assemble an IKEA chair in 20 minutes-without fighting
    After years of failed attempts, a research team in Singapore has successfully taught a pair of robots to do something that many humans still can't: build an IKEA chair. The wooden Stefan chair is not the world's first piece of AI-assembled flatpack furniture: Robots at MIT built a simple Lack table in 2013.
    https://qz.com

3 hours ago

Fairmount Park Conservancy shared Philadelphi...

Check out this tour of Jane Irish's Antipodes art installation Lemon Hill with Philadelphia Parks & Recreation and Ed Miller, our Historic House Coordinator! Antipodes is free and open to the public Thursdays-Sundays from 10am-4pm!

    Philadelphia Parks & Recreation
    Join us for a live tour of Lemon Hill Mansion for a very special art exhibit. Jane Irish: Antipodes is free to visit and on view until June 3.
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4 hours ago

Have non-perishable food to donate? Bring it ...

Have non-perishable food to donate? Bring it to Smith! As a national sponsor of the Boys & Girls Club of America, Power Crunch will be bringing their Nutrition Mission campaign to Smith. Food donations will be accepted on-site through the month of April. Learn more about the Nutrition Mission here https://www.bgca.org/about-us/our-partners/power-crunch

4 hours ago

Renoir: Father and Son / Painting and Cinema,...

Renoir: Father and Son / Painting and Cinema, has been called one of “the 28 Can’t-Miss Museum Shows to See in the United States This Spring” by artnet. On view May 6 – September 3, 2018, this exhibition explores the shared aesthetics of painting and cinema through the work of Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Jean Renoir. Book your tickets: http://bit.ly/Renoir-Father-Son

    From Baselitz to Burning Man: 28 Can't-Miss Museum Shows to See in the United States This Spring | artnet News
    To celebrate the beginning of a spring that never seems to arrive, museums across the country are simply blooming with new programs to entice art-goers. From the never-before-seen sculptures of the late Jack Whitten in Baltimore to paintings fresh from the studio, here are the shows you don't want to miss out on.
    https://news.artnet.com

5 hours ago

The Franklin Institute was live.

The Philadelphia Science Festival starts today and continues each day through April 28, 2018. We are broadcasting live with our EarthCam to celebrate the start of the festival. See the full calendar of events: http://bit.ly/p-s-f

    The Franklin Institute
    The Philadelphia Science Festival starts today and continues each day through April 28, 2018. We are broadcasting live with our EarthCam to celebrate the start of the festival. See the full calendar...
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5 hours ago

Get to know Powers Park Conservancy and their...

Get to know Powers Park Conservancy and their lovely park in Port Richmond! They're one of the many Philly parks participating in this year's Love Your Park Week!

    Powers Park: Get to know Port Richmond's 'little gem'
    In honor of the upcoming Love Your Park Week, we'll be highlighting some of Philly's amazing parks and Park Friends Groups who work hard to keep their neighborhood's public spaces clean, green, and beautiful. This week, get to know Powers Park in Port Richmond and Powers Park Conservancy!
    https://myphillypark.org

6 hours ago

The Franklin Institute is live now.

The Philadelphia Science Festival starts today and continues each day through April 28, 2018. We are broadcasting live with our EarthCam to celebrate the start of the festival and highlighting some of the coolest events in the comments. http://bit.ly/p-s-f

    The Franklin Institute
    The Philadelphia Science Festival starts today and continues each day through April 28, 2018. We are broadcasting live with our EarthCam to celebrate the start of the festival and highlighting some...
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6 hours ago

Calling all antiques lovers: The Philadelphia...

Calling all antiques lovers: The Philadelphia Antiques and Art Show starts today! Stop by the mansion this weekend to continue your discovery of fine art and decor in our collections.


7 hours ago

“I have never seen the Philosopher's Stone th...

“I have never seen the Philosopher's Stone that turns lead into Gold, but I have known the pursuit of it turn a Man's Gold into Lead.” -Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard’s Almanack, 1738. http://bit.ly/2tTiFkq #FranklinFriday IMAGE: After Joseph Siffred Duplessis (French, 1725–1802) | Benjamin Franklin | 1868 | The Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.


7 hours ago

Happy birthday to Odilon Redon, born on this ...

Happy birthday to Odilon Redon, born on this day in 1840. In his journal, published under the title A Soi-même (To Myself), Redon described his work as undefinable: “My drawings inspire, and are not to be defined. They place us, as does music, in the ambiguous realm of the undetermined.” 🎨 Odilon Redon. “Saint George and the Dragon (Saint Georges et le dragon),” c. 1909–1910


9 hours ago

Happy Philadelphia Science Festival! Today th...

Happy Philadelphia Science Festival! Today through April 28, 2018, we are joining with partners from throughout the Delaware Valley to celebrate all of the amazing work going on in science, technology, engineering and mathematics here in the Philadelphia Region. Join us at one of more than 80 events culminating in the Science Carnival on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway on April 28. http://bit.ly/p-s-f

    The Franklin Institute
    Happy Philadelphia Science Festival! Today through April 28, 2018, we are joining with partners from throughout the Delaware Valley to celebrate all of the amazing work going on in science,...
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21 hours ago

The stage is set for tonight's celebration of...

The stage is set for tonight's celebration of the work and careers of the nine extraordinary individuals. http://bit.ly/2HsQKQi Philippe Horvath: 2018 Bower Award and Prize for Achievement in Science Anne M. Mulcahy: 2018 Bower Award for Business Leadership John B. Goodenough: 2018 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Chemistry Vinton Gray Cerf and Robert E. Kahn: 2018 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Computer and Cognitive Science Susan Trumbore: 2018 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Earth and Environmental Science Manijeh Razeghi: 2018 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Electrical Engineering Adrian Bejan: 2018 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Mechanical Engineering Helen Rhoda Quinn: 2018 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Physics Watch Live: http://bit.ly/2HNY3T0


21 hours ago

The Franklin Institute is live now.

We are providing live coverage of 2018 The Franklin Institute Awards Ceremony. http://bit.ly/2H4oRgB This year’s class of laureates have made a wide variety of impacts on the world and our society from developing lithium ion batteries to trying to understand the very nature of the universe. These nine individuals join a long list of distinguished Franklin Institute Awards Laureates that includes some of the most important scientists and engineers of the past two centuries such as Nikola Tesla, Pierre and Marie Curie, Orville Wright, Albert Einstein, Edwin Hubble, Frank Lloyd Wright, Jacques Cousteau, Stephen Hawking, Jane Goodall and Bill Gates. http://bit.ly/2H4oRgB

    The Franklin Institute
    We are providing live coverage of 2018 The Franklin Institute Awards Ceremony. http://bit.ly/2H4oRgB This year's class of laureates have made a wide variety of impacts on the world and our society...
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21 hours ago

The Franklin Institute was live.

We are providing live coverage of 2018 The Franklin Institute Awards Ceremony. http://bit.ly/2H4oRgB This year’s class of laureates have made a wide variety of impacts on the world and our society from developing lithium ion batteries to trying to understand the very nature of the universe. These nine individuals join a long list of distinguished Franklin Institute Awards Laureates that includes some of the most important scientists and engineers of the past two centuries such as Nikola Tesla, Pierre and Marie Curie, Orville Wright, Albert Einstein, Edwin Hubble, Frank Lloyd Wright, Jacques Cousteau, Stephen Hawking, Jane Goodall and Bill Gates. http://bit.ly/2H4oRgB

    The Franklin Institute
    We are providing live coverage of 2018 The Franklin Institute Awards Ceremony. http://bit.ly/2H4oRgB This year's class of laureates have made a wide variety of impacts on the world and our society...
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23 hours ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio shared their...

CALL FOR ARTISTS! Cerulean Arts is accepting submissions to our 6th Annual Juried Exhibition. This year's juror is artist Patricia Traub. Deadline: April 27. https://ceruleanarts.com/pages/cerulean-arts-6th-annual-juried-exhibition

27 hours ago

Modern Times: American Art 1910–1950

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    Philadelphia Museum of Art - Exhibitions - Modern Times: American Art 1910-1950
    From jazz and the jitterbug to assembly lines and skylines: the early twentieth century was a time of great social, artistic, and technological change. Artists responded with a revolutionary language of shapes and colors. See how Georgia O'Keeffe, Marsden Hartley, Jacob Lawrence, and others challenged convention and forged bold new styles to fit the times.
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28 hours ago

Look around in any public place and the sight...

Look around in any public place and the sight is ubiquitous: people staring intently at little screens, hunched over their portable electronic devices. Materials scientist John B. Goodenough has had a starring role in that scene: he invented the rechargeable lithium-ion battery that allows us to tote these pocket-sized devices around without carrying power cables or stacks of AA batteries. And at the age of 95, he’s not done yet -- he still works full time, writing, teaching, and searching for the next great advance in battery technology. http://bit.ly/2pyKgHP John B. Goodenough is the winner of The Franklin Institute’s 2018 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Chemistry. http://bit.ly/2pyKgHP

    The Franklin Institute
    Look around in any public place and the sight is ubiquitous: people staring intently at little screens, hunched over their portable electronic devices. Materials scientist John B. Goodenough has had...
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30 hours ago

What are the best events for this year's Phil...

What are the best events for this year's Philadelphia Science Festival? philly.com has the scoop: http://bit.ly/2vvwds2

30 hours ago

Tonight, we honor the achievements of nine re...

Tonight, we honor the achievements of nine remarkable individuals at the 2018 Franklin Institute Awards Ceremony. For 194 years (77 years longer than the Nobel Prizes), The Franklin Institute has been recognizing scientists and engineers who changed our lives and this year’s class is no different. http://bit.ly/2H4oRgB Curious about how the work of this year’s Franklin Institute Awards Laureates is impacting you? Learn about the myriad of ways their work is changing the world: http://bit.ly/2H4oRgB


31 hours ago

Our first Member-Only Night starting May, Smi...

Our first Member-Only Night starting May, Smith is OPEN for play, and more! -

    News from Smith Memorial Playground
    Smith Closed During Storm Repair, Food Drive at Play-A-Palooza, and more!
    https://mailchi.mp

32 hours ago

A review of "Urban Perceptions: Mashiul Chowd...

A review of "Urban Perceptions: Mashiul Chowdhury" on view through Saturday, April 21. https://www.whatsartblog.com/single-post/2018/04/19/Mashiul-Chowdhury-Investigates-the-City

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39 hours ago

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2 days ago

The Barnes Foundation posted an offer.

Treat Mom this #MothersDay and all throughout May! Book a May tour for you and mom, and we'll treat her to a free gift from the Barnes Shop!


2 days ago

“In 1974, two Arpa researchers named Robert K...

“In 1974, two Arpa researchers named Robert Kahn and Vint Cerf published an early blueprint. Drawing on conversations happening throughout the international networking community, they sketched a design for “a simple but very flexible protocol”: a universal set of rules for how computers should communicate.” http://bit.ly/2H53Cev

    How the internet was invented
    In the kingdom of apps and unicorns, Rossotti's is a rarity. This beer garden in the heart of Silicon Valley has been standing on the same spot since 1852. It isn't disruptive; it doesn't scale. But for more than 150 years, it has done one thing and done it well: it has given Californians a good place to get drunk.
    https://www.theguardian.com

2 days ago

The Philadelphia Science Festival starts this...

The Philadelphia Science Festival starts this Friday, April 20, 2018 and runs through April 28, 2018. https://uwishu.nu/2HKikIT

    Your Essential Guide to the 2018 Philadelphia Science Festival
    Get ready to #GetNerdyPHL! The Philadelphia Science Festival returns from April 20 to 28 for a super-charged citywide celebration of science, engineering, technology, math and more. Led by The Franklin Institute and presented by The Dow Company Trust, the eighth annual festival features an impressive lineup of more than 80 events over nine action-packed days.
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2 days ago

Thursday May 10 5-7pm visit Bache-Martin for ...

Thursday May 10 5-7pm visit Bache-Martin for a family friendly open house and fundraiser for Bache-Martin Elementary School. Our goal is to help support the Give and Go Athletics Recess program with a silent auction, raffle, face painting, childrens activities and food and beverages. The Bache-Martin after school choir and strings will perform and the school will be open for tours of our garden and library. http://ow.ly/NfTe30jqqEL

    Friends of Bache-Martin
    Friends of Bache-Martin, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 189 likes · 14 talking about this. Friends of Bache-Martin provides financial resources and facilitates community engagement to enhance the...
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2 days ago

The Franklin Institute plans to go live.

We are providing live coverage of 2018 The Franklin Institute Awards Ceremony. http://bit.ly/2H4oRgB This year’s class of laureates have made a wide variety of impacts on the world and our society from developing lithium ion batteries to trying to understand the very nature of the universe. These nine individuals join a long list of distinguished Franklin Institute Awards Laureates that includes some of the most important scientists and engineers of the past two centuries such as Nikola Tesla, Pierre and Marie Curie, Orville Wright, Albert Einstein, Edwin Hubble, Frank Lloyd Wright, Jacques Cousteau, Stephen Hawking, Jane Goodall and Bill Gates. http://bit.ly/2H4oRgB

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2 days ago

From 1871 to 1926, Historic Strawberry Mansio...

From 1871 to 1926, Historic Strawberry Mansion went through various phases of occupation. For a period, it was a popular restaurant and picnic spot! To this day, it's a beautiful retreat within the city of Philadelphia. #ParkCharms #discoverPHL


2 days ago

Very few people can say they invented the int...

Very few people can say they invented the internet, and actually mean it. The Internet began as an experimental resource called the ARPANET, to connect several governmental labs together. Both Vinton Cerf and Robert Kahn worked on the early designs of ARPANET, but it was their development of a way for all the different computers in the world to talk to each other (TCP/IP) that allowed the internet as we know it today to exist. http://bit.ly/2H4oRgB Vinton Cerf and Robert Kahn are the winners of The Franklin Institute’s 2018 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Computer and Cognitive Science. http://bit.ly/2H4oRgB

    The Franklin Institute
    Very few people can say they invented the internet, and actually mean it. The Internet began as an experimental resource called the ARPANET, to connect several governmental labs together. Both Vinton...
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2 days ago

Last chance to vote for us! Our beautiful new...

Last chance to vote for us! Our beautiful new website has been nominated for The Webby Awards for "Best Events Website." 🎉 Voting ends tomorrow.

    The Webby Awards People's Voice needs YOU
    I just voted for this nominee to win a People's Webby Awards. You should too.
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2 days ago

On Thursday, April 19, the Performance Garage...

On Thursday, April 19, the Performance Garage hosts its annual Gala and a night of world-class dance performances. Catch a sneak peek of our Gala program with this trailer of Bruce McCormick's "One Man's Voice." Mr. McCormick is one of Executive Director Jeanne Ruddy's former Juilliard students, and we can't wait to welcome him to our stage tomorrow night. Contact the Performance Garage to purchase a Gala ticket today! #danceperformance #phillydance #phlarts #juiiliarddance

    One Man's Voice (Trailer)
    https://www.bmcdance.com Choreography, Performance and Text by Bruce McCormick Performed for AGAINST THE GRAIN/Men in Dance Broadway Performance Hall Seattle, Washington, USA September 30, 2016 Premiered at the Frank Guarincini Jr. Fine and Performing Arts Center Vineland, New Jersey, USA March 10, 2013 Photo: Joseph Lambert/Jazzy Photo brucejmccormick@gmail.com
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2 days ago

We all know when Spring really starts...

We all know when Spring really starts...

    artscrawl
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2 days ago

Today is International Day for Monuments & Si...

Today is International Day for Monuments & Sites! Learn how our conservation team restored 3 monuments in Germantown's Vernon Park.

    How Fairmount Park Conservancy restored Vernon Park's monuments
    April 18 is International Day for Monuments and Sites, and there are plenty of them to celebrate throughout Philly's parks! In Germantown's Vernon Park, example, there are two monuments and a statue all located within the eight-acre park.
    https://myphillypark.org

2 days ago

Career Day 2018 - Bache-Martin Elementary & M...

Career Day 2018 - Bache-Martin Elementary & Middle School - Creating Lifelong Learners Friday, April 27 from 8:45am to 11:00am Seeking parents, alumni, and other community members to participate in its Career Day program. Volunteers will be assigned to small groups that will visit 1-4 classrooms to talk about their careers and offer advice. Interested? Complete this form to volunteer: http://ow.ly/rkHW30ja8r6 Questions? Please contact bachemartincareerday@gmail.com

    Friends of Bache-Martin
    Friends of Bache-Martin, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 189 likes · 14 talking about this. Friends of Bache-Martin provides financial resources and facilitates community engagement to enhance the...
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2 days ago

Can you escape your father’s influence? #dada...

Can you escape your father’s influence? #dadandme Opening May 6, Renoir: Father and Son/Painting and Cinema exposes the riveting relationship between celebrated filmmaker Jean Renoir and the great impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Jean’s artistic relationship with his father began in the studio: between 1895 and 1910, Pierre-Auguste Renoir made about sixty paintings and pastels of Jean, either alone or with his nanny, Gabrielle, or other figures. As an adult, Jean would remember sometimes enjoying and other times complaining about these long posing sessions, some spent drawing or playing, others demanding the wearing of uncomfortable costumes. But these hours in Renoir’s studio were ultimately precious for Jean, both strengthening his personal relationship with his father and initiating him into the craftsmanship and artifice of art. Be first to see the show. Celebrate at the preview party on First Friday, May 4. Book your tickets: http://bit.ly/Renoir-PreviewParty 🎨 Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Jean as a Huntsman, 1910.


2 days ago

The Barnes Foundation has received important ...

The Barnes Foundation has received important support to establish the Violette de Mazia Scholarship Program and the Richard J. Wattenmaker Scholarship Fund. We are most grateful to the donors who have made this possible. We are pleased to announce that in spring 2018, we awarded a total of 75 scholarships (three Richard J. Wattenmaker and one Violette de Mazia two-year scholarships)! Scholarship applications will open beginning June 1. Sign up for education news at http://bit.ly/Curate-inbox to be notified of upcoming fall scholarship opportunities!


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