On Mary Ishimoto Watanabe’s legacy of celebrating Japanese heritage in Philadelphia.
IN THE WORLD
Three Women Who Inspire My Work
Teaching artist Lisa Volta draws connections between the accomplished artists she admires and the budding ones she mentors
Two Days with Dindga McCannon
In a series of recordings, mixed-media artist Dindga McCannon talks about life, work, and naming her plants
Kukuli Velarde Is Creating Her Own Canon
The Philly-based Peruvian artist on the beliefs and choices that have shaped her career
The Ghosts of Route 23
A photographic journey to unearth the relics of a defunct streetcar that once ran the length of the city
The Hands of My Grandmothers
What is it like to encounter a work of great ceremonial value and personal meaning in a museum?
Photographer James Izlar spotlights Boujee Mustard, a local artist with a keen eye and a deep love for her city
Searching for Truth in Ukraine
How a Kyiv-based artist imagined her nation’s invaders and the mystery that surrounded them.
Spotlight on Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture
Shining a light on Philly institutions engaged in deeply impactful community-building activities
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