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July 25th, 2003
Country's ancient cultures, varied landscapes, lively folk traditions and exuberant urban scenes provide the fertile sources of inspiration for 27 artists represented in an exhibition of 60 works from the Museum's collection

July 11th, 2003
Funds to be used to establish The Neubauer Family Chair of Conservation at the Museum

June 9th, 2003
Known for imaginative colors and glaze techniques, Rookwood has long been regarded America's finest art pottery

Artist bases work on traditional Korean pottery known as punch'ong, characterized by freedom of design and unusual shapes

April 1st, 2003

March 27th, 2003
Exhibition comprises 65 engravings by early German and Netherlandish artists

March 21st, 2003
Relâche Ensemble performs Marclay’s new musical compositions at Museum

March 19th, 2003
Due to popular demand, Museum open two hours later on weekends for Degas and the Dance

March 12th, 2003

Warren Rohrer: Paintings 1972-93 on view June 22-August 17, 2003

Warren Rohrer Press Resources Kit (PDF)

Publication looks at the inspiration, intention, and process of one of the premier abstract artists to work in Pennsylvania in the 20th century

February 5th, 2003
More than 100 photographs included in South Philadelphia-born photographer's retrospective

January 24th, 2003
In conjunction with Degas and the Dance, installation presents six collaborations between choreographers and videographers

January 22nd, 2003
Variety of books, music, jewelry and apparel highlight Degas and the Dance store

January 17th, 2003
La traducción pone las notables colecciones del Museo al alcance de una mayor audiencia

Translation introduces Museum’s renowned collections to wider audience

Portrait of Pope John Paul II on view through February 2, 2003, before installation in the Vatican

January 13th, 2003

Edgar Degas Press Resources Kit (PDF) Includes:
Exhibition Overview
Public Programs
Fact Sheet
Quote From the Exhibition Catalogue
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF ARTS, DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS, AND PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART COLLABORATE ON MAJOR DEGAS EXHIBITION
Key Bios
Lenders to the Exhibition
Sponsor: Atofina Chemicals
Sponsor: The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc
Publicity Images
A TALE OF TWO CITIES: The Philadelphia/Paris Connection


 

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