A conversation with the artist Nick Cave about the historic, familial, and personal perspectives in early works in the museum’s collection
The Woman Behind “Woman in Blue”
Art historian Ellen McBreen ponders the role of Henri Matisse’s muse, model, and collaborator, Lydia Delectorskaya, in this iconic painting
When the Purpose of Art Is to Transform
The director of Glencairn Museum on the enduring power and appeal of religious art
Being a Black Girl in a Digital World
Martine Syms’s installation Neural Swamp is an intriguing display of variations within millennial Black womanhood
Two Ways of Looking at Sean Scully
Museum guides share what inspires them about the artist’s tireless exploration of the possibilities of abstraction
Jack T. Franklin: Philadelphia’s Chronicler of Black Life and Protest
Curator Sam Ewing speaks with Dejáy Duckett and Richard J. Watson about the photographer’s lasting legacy
Black Joy is Mixed with Black Lament
Talking to Reverend Naomi Washington-Leapheart about the value of art and grief—and what doomscrolling is doing to our ability to make change.
Look Closely: Emma Amos and the Perfect Print
How American artist Emma Amos pushed etching to its limits—and brought American Girl to life.
The Design Alchemy of Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec
Industrial designers (and brothers) Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec are known for elegant, minimalist style, but the human touch is evident in everything they do.
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