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Temple Gallery Gets Contemporary, from Whirr to Wurlitzer to Buzz

A "transformational shift" will produce more exhibitions, more artworks and objects on display, and a direct link to "what's happening today."

Amie Potsic

New Main Line Art Center Leader Delivers More than First Installation Exhibit in Decade

Amie Potsic delivered her second child four days before Atmospheric, an inspired collaboration with InLiquid, opens at the Haverford center.

Design Philadelphia

DesignPhiladelphia Marches Toward Year-Round Programming

The massive festival's growth in size and scope means its impact is also expanding, with 120 events from Oct. 10-14.

Diamond and N Marshall st

Prioritizing Preservation in Philadelphia's Land Bank Legislation

Lessons from the Rust Belt could come in handy as Philadelphia's proposed land banking bill attempts to balance opportunity with regulation.

Timothy Walsh with his dog Spencer

INLIQUID: An Artist's Acts of Worship, Communication and Charity

Media-based Timothy Walsh aims to reveal emotion in his paintings and is organizing a benefit art market on Oct. 5 for a cancer-stricken friend.

At Meei Ling's Outdoor Art Installation

POST: Go See Five Artistic Community Collaborators Create

The Philadelphia Open Studio Tours provide a rare glimpse inside the workspaces of the city's most creative collaborators.

Jennie Love of Love ´┐Żn Fresh Flowers

How Philadelphia's Greenest Companies Are Staying Ahead

A flower grower, organic salon, green roof and wall architect, PR agency and web development shop are raising Philly's sustainability bar.


FLYING PHOTO: A Look Inside South Philly's Radlands

This small but imaginative clothing company has stayed true to its anti-establishment roots. Get up close and personal with their workspace.

The team from Bright Ideas celebrates their Green Innovator title at Clean Air Council's GreenFest

Bright Ideas: Students Create Startup to Increase LED Use

The student-led company out of the Sustainability Workshop earned the Green Innovator title at the Clean Air Council's GreenFest this month.

Drink and Draw at Locust Moon

Locust Moon Comics' Expansion Draws Cartoonists Together

An event and gallery space is a product of combining two adjacent storefronts near the corner of 40th and Ludlow Streets.

Aaron Krolikowski, right, and his Wissahickon bunny

Q&A: Aaron Krolikowski, West Philadelphia Cartoonist

The artist behind Mayor of Wissahickon Creek says self-syndicating online is the only way cartoonists can get ahead in a changing artform.

Headlong Dance Theater's This Town Is A Mystery

Five Live Arts-Fringe Shows That Will Move You

The 16th annual Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe marks a change in venue and stages some kinetic programming.

Norman Porter Company

FLYING PHOTO: Norman Porter Company Makes Jeans Matter

From their new studio space at the Hatchatory in Fishtown, the Norman Porter guys make denim and leather goods that measure up to its customers' specific tastes.

Daniel Speers

Temple Grad and Iraq War Vet's New Film A Reflection of Time Served

Daniel Speers wrote his sci-fi narrative, which debuts at The Trocadero on Aug. 26, after his second tour of duty near Baghdad.

Tiberino Mural

The Tiberino Mural: Philly's 'First Family of Art' Comes to City Hall

The long-anticipated mural, which will be across the street from City Hall on the Municipal Services Building, represents a wide range of Philly contributors.
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