Big weekend for art in Philly: What to see in museums now, and what’s coming soon

Three big shows open this weekend: Elijah Pierce at the Barnes Foundation, a group show of Philly mid-century abstraction at Woodmere, and ICA’s multimedia Milford Graves exhibition.

Big weekend for art in Philly: What to see in museums now, and what’s coming soon

Three big shows open this weekend: Elijah Pierce at the Barnes Foundation, a group show of Philly mid-century abstraction at Woodmere, and ICA’s multimedia Milford Graves exhibition.

Things to do this week: Last call for Jurassic Quest, Marlon Wayans, watch Indiana Jones with an archeology expert, Farm Aid and more

Plus a worldwide play reading, Institute of Contemporary Art reopens, and more.

Things to do this week: Last call for Jurassic Quest, Marlon Wayans, watch Indiana Jones with an archeology expert, Farm Aid and more

Plus a worldwide play reading, Institute of Contemporary Art reopens, and more.

Philly’s 2020 fall dance season has abandoned all the rules - here’s what to expect

David Gordon's "Philadelphia Matter" and BalletX Beyond have set a high bar for digital dance programs. How to watch these pioneering works, and what's ahead this dance season.

Philly’s 2020 fall dance season has abandoned all the rules - here’s what to expect

David Gordon's "Philadelphia Matter" and BalletX Beyond have set a high bar for digital dance programs. How to watch these pioneering works, and what's ahead this dance season.
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A glorious Elijah Pierce exhibit at the Barnes Foundation brings us temptation, salvation, grace

The exhibition contains 105 works, most of them reliefs on wood panels. But many of these contain multiple images, so by the time you are finished, there are more stories than you can count.

MacArthur ‘genius’ artist Carrie Mae Weems on why she’s presenting COVID public art in Philly

"The project is really about trying to assist saving lives by systematically informing people over and over and over, even when our president won’t."

Girls High grad launches a PBS travel show with a focus on Afro-Latino culture

"Afro-Latino Travels with Kim Haas" made its debut this month on a number of PBS stations as a two-episode special that highlights the contributions of Black people to Costa Rica.

Malvern’s Adam McKay wins two Emmys, including for ‘Succession’

HBO's "Succession" and a live performance of two Norman Lear sitcom episodes give the "Funny or Die" cofounder a share in two big wins.

Venezuelan artist plays tribute to nature in Philly exhibit — and fears we’ve lost respect for it

Exhibit at Taller Puertorriqueño features Philly-based Venezuelan artist Carlos Gil.

A sweep for ‘Schitt’s Creek;’ ‘Succession’ tops Emmy Awards

Zendaya became the youngest lead drama actress winner for her role as a troubled teenager in “Euphoria.”

Pig Iron’s livestreamed ‘Zero Cost House (for Zoom)' crams a big work into tiny little boxes | Review

The Philly company's 2012 collaboration with Japanese writer Toshiki Okada returns in a limited-run Zoom production that's receiving national attention.

This new Philly art exhibit is a grand illusion, showing a world turned upside down.

Using mirrors, artist Samara Golden has transformed an area that’s about the size of a studio apartment into an impossibly large and lofty landscape, littered with fragments of a life.

Philly family fun this week: pumpkin carving, a pop-up play station and more

A new pop-up play station debuts at the Franklin Institute Wednesday. Morgan's Pier will have pumpkin carving on weekends.

Jacques Cousteau’s granddaughter brings her documentary to Philly’s Environmental Film Fest

'Tribes on the Edge' is a highlight of the this year’s online Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival, Sept. 23-27.

Capitol Hill correspondent Kasie Hunt, out of Conestoga High, will anchor the new lead-in to ‘Morning Joe’

The Wayne native talks with The Inquirer about how Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski helped make her "Kasie DC."

Van Morrison rails against ‘fascist bullies’ in anti-lockdown COVID-19 protest songs

The 'Brown Eyed Girl' singer has recorded three songs protesting COVID-19 restrictions. The first is due out next week.

'Ozark’ director from Bucks County hopes to be accepting an Emmy on Sunday from his home

Ben Semanoff, a veteran Steadicam operator, is nominated for what is only the second episode of television he's directed. He's looking forward to the virtual Emmys.

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