Arts & Entertainment: Budget Cuts To NEA Affect Public Arts Programing In Philadelphia

Arts & Entertainment: Budget Cuts To NEA Affect Public Arts Programing In Philadelphia

Celeste DiNucci remembers exactly where she was and what she was doing during the early hours of morning when she and the rest of the public arts world found out that President Donald Trump announced his 2018 fiscal year Budget Blueprint plan, which proposed the elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). “I remember […]

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Arts & Entertainment: Laurel Raczka Brings Community, Artists And Scholars Together

Arts & Entertainment: Laurel Raczka Brings Community, Artists And Scholars Together

Laurel Raczka is the executive director of the Painted Bride Art Center in Old City. The Painted Bride Art Center, founded in 1969, is an art venue that caters to artists of varying disciplines that works with independent artists to bring arts to the community. Although leadership of the Painted Bride has changed through the years, its mission […]

 By: Gennie DePass, Alexandra Keller, and Ashleigh Gray

CITYWIDE: Local Exhibitions Increase Art Appreciation

CITYWIDE: Local Exhibitions Increase Art Appreciation

Throughout the month of November, art fans of all types will be able to view the works of some of the most creative minds in Philadelphia, thanks to CITYWIDE‘s Collective Exhibition. CITYWIDE is a collection of creative groups throughout the city of Philadelphia. There is only one rule to join, which is each group must […]