On August 4, InLiquid presents Demetra Tassiou at the beautiful Archer Gallery 35. Tassiou’s abstract compositions display movement and tap into our world’s unique elements. Her work encourages viewers to expand their mind and use their imagination to create a one-of-a-kind experience. Three Logan Square, 1717 Arch St.
Fuel your magical spirit at Penn Museum’s newest exhibit, Magic in the Ancient World, opening August 4. The exhibition explores the power behind supernatural objects, words, and rituals that were used in ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, and Rome. 3260 South St.
The Beach Scenes of William Glackens and Maurice Prendergast (August 9)
No need to travel to the shore to spend time by the sea. Join The Barnes Foundation’s senior instructor, William Perthes, on August 9 for The Beach Scenes of William Glackens and Maurice Prendergast, an in-depth lecture of the works of American painters William Glackens and Maurice Prendergast. 2025 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy.
On August 10, Jennifer Baker presents the second installment of her Changing Philadelphia series: Northern Liberties. Comprised of three solo exhibitions, Changing Philadelphia features artwork inspired by Philadelphia neighborhoods. Baker displays our great city in a way we have rarely seen it before. 1400 N. American St.
Artist Jeanne van Heeswijk brings Philadelphia Assembled to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. A first exhibit of its kind, Heeswijk asks you to join her and hundreds of collaborators from the city as they explore the ever-changing Philadelphia landscape. Artists, storytellers, activists, gardeners, and other community members will come together to discuss reconstructions, movement, the future, and other urgent concerns that involve our City of Brotherly Love. The exhibit will run through December 10. 2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy.