Chestnut Hill: Film Group Screens Classics and Rarities at the Woodmere

Chestnut Hill: Film Group Screens Classics and Rarities at the Woodmere

Some people from the Chestnut Hill community go to the Woodmere Art Museum for more than its exhibits. They go for the Chestnut Hill Film Group’s “Tuesday Nights at the Movies.” “When I was younger, I saw the ‘Lost Horizon’ on TV and became mesmerized by the story,” said Chestnut Hill resident Linda Cashman. “It will be […]

 

Arts & Entertainment: Ameerah Khabir Presents Urban Film Art Show

Arts & Entertainment: Ameerah Khabir Presents Urban Film Art Show

The work of Philadelphia painter Ameerah Khabir is both new and unexpected, with each piece containing messages within. Her latest solo art exhibit showcased paintings that incorporated the central theme of iconic 1997 film Love Jones. The film, by Theodore Witcher, presented love and romance between its two main characters, poet Darius Lovehall (Larenz Tate) and photographer Nina Mosley (Nia Long). It […]

 

Olde Kensington: Five Creative Places for Your Artistic Palate

Olde Kensington: Five Creative Places for Your Artistic Palate

Olde Kensington is a close-knit community with a thriving arts and culture scene (watch out, Fishtown). On every street you will encounter anything from an art recycling center to a monstrous exhibition hub. Want to brush up on your photography skills? Grab a cup of premium-sourced coffee? Network at a trendy gallery event? In Olde […]

 By Amelia Brust and Lucas Rodgers

Spruce Hill: “Dreaming Double” Debuts at Green Line Cafe

Spruce Hill: “Dreaming Double” Debuts at Green Line Cafe

[vimeo 79845925] Green Line Café recently hosted the opening of “Dreaming Double” by photographer Katie Reynolds. The series of double exposure photographs was captured around Philadelphia. Friends came out in support to the 43rd Street and Baltimore Avenue location last Friday evening to see the collection on display. “I’d go around to places that fascinated me […]