Art Attack Archive: July, 2013

The Fishtown photographer

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Photography is quickly evolving. The digital era has made us leave our cameras at home and opt to use the convenient iPhone for taking video... Read more

Boylesque

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The first thing you notice about Brett J. Hopkins is his mustache — a striking feature, perfectly sculpted, neatly twirled at the ends... Read more

Staying at home

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With the influence of modern technology, music is evolving more rapidly than ever. The MP3 has all but replaced previous formats of music.... Read more

The future of performance art

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Last week, news of Jay-Z’s pop up appearance in Chelsea’s Pace Gallery littered the internet with Vine video posts and tweets about... Read more

New sounds to a classic story

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Local musician Sean Hoots, of the Americana roots, Philadelphia-based band Hoots and Hellmouth, doesn’t have any upcoming music gigs... Read more

Back in time: Historic selfies

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A family member once told me that the main reason he didn’t understand my generation was because of our obsession with ourselves. Why... Read more

Lower theater budgets spark greater imagination

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If you are interested in what’s on the minds of the most experimental theater makers, there’s no question that low and no-budget... Read more

A comic's course in stand up

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“I did stand-up comedy for 18 years,” wrote Steve Martin in his book Born Standing Up: A Comic’s Life. “Ten of those... Read more