Romas Viesulas inspired and encouraged talented students at Temple's Tyler School, including the founder of the Brandywine Workshop.
The Philly-born director (architect Louis Kahn's son) will talk with the audience at opening night Friday at the Prince.
Would an exhibition of work by Monet ever be titled "Claude Monet: Male Impressionist"?
A small parking lot draws the commission into a large debate over what defining characteristics of a historic district require action.
The museum's national search for a new president ended up in its own back yard.
The National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia celebrates Rube Goldberg, the man behind the unnecessarily complicated machines.
Famed dioramas of gorillas and takin have undergone their first restoration since they were installed in the 1930s.
Stephan Salisbury has covered cultural news since 1982.