Art Attack Archive: March, 2013

Conquered on Stage

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If you’ve yet to see Lantern Theater’s Henry V, there’s still time to see the classic production. Dubbed as one of Lantern’s... Read more

Preserving Easter Traditions

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This Sunday is Easter and, if you celebrate, you’ve likely already stocked up on white eggs and dyes. But no matter what your religion... Read more

The Classics at the Movies

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Attention theater geeks and lit-wits alike, Bryn Mawr Film Institute hosts a screening of playwright Jo Clifford’s version of the Charles... Read more

Exhibit of the Week: Intimately Preserved

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Emmett Ramstad's latest show might give you an unnerving feeling. The Philadelphia-based visual artist is known for exploring human bodies... Read more

From Here to There, at Rutgers

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At Rutgers University–in Camden, NJ–a team of art scholars and professors have created a multimedia exhibition featuring the diverse... Read more

Philadelphia’s Most Controversial Public Art

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Philadelphia is known for many things––cheesesteaks, history and all that other great stuff. But one of the city’s most impressive... Read more

Philly welcomes famous KAWS sculpture

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Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station will soon be a provisional home to contemporary artist KAWS’ popular 16-feet-tall traveling... Read more

Boundaries Between Homes – capturing immigration and spaces

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Though American constituents have varying opinions on immigration today, it’s unarguably the foundation of our country. Whether you can... Read more