Philadelphia Public Art
Inspired by Ora Washington
But there is a lot more to the national park than Independence Hall or the Liberty. In fact, there are 55 acres of Independence National Historical Park to explore, if you just know where to look.
The sculptures will still be in full view of the public
Instead of staying cooped up at home without anything to do, why not explore Philly's ice-cold museums and buildings instead—for free? These free sites let you—and equally sweaty tourists—enjoy the city in cooler conditions.
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The DRWC has received a grant from the William Penn Foundation
There are more splash pads to cool down in Philly than just pools, and Curbed Philly's put together a list of the best of them for you. So grab a towel, the kids, and head on out. It's only gonna get hotter.
The block can be transformed into a street or pedestrian plaza
And look toward its future
The show lives up to its 2019 theme: Flower Power
Photos from the 1960s Civil Rights movement will be featured around Center City kiosks
Philly is home to thousands of murals. Here are 13 new works of art that are worth a visit this winter.
The space will push the boundaries of a conventional museum
The long-awaited space has been opening this past week
The project popped up this week at a warehouse in the Navy Yard
Color shines down from below and above.
In a narrow 5-4 vote, the building was not listed among the city’s historic places.
The mural is being painted by Meg Saligman, the same artist responsible for "Bird Feed," a victory mural that went viral.
This summer, ad space was sold on trash cans around Philly, and some people objected.
Pulse has been a long time coming, and the first part of the art installation will arrive next month.
The Delaware River Waterfront also announced 14 artists who will work in the space when it opens.
Trash cans decked out with loud yellow ads have been turned into art pieces by local artists, thanks to a group of Philadelphians.
A year after the city promised to remove the statue, Mayor Kenney says it will stay (for now).