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December 23rd, 2004
Un Chien Andalou, Destino on view through run of Dalí exhibition

75 prints from well-known artists present humorous look at the quack

Visitors treated to a surreal shopping experience in the exhibition store

December 13th, 2004

November 22nd, 2004
Bold year promises great jazz plus celebrations of international music and dance

November 9th, 2004
Special loan from the Indiana University Art Museum offers rare opportunity to see Davis' masterpiece

November 4th, 2004
Something Every Sunday program offers imaginative ways for families to explore the galleries and to make their own art in the Museum’s studios

Constellation of 11 outdoor sculptures placed at proposed site of Calder Museum

October 22nd, 2004
New work by Rose debuts in Video Gallery

October 12th, 2004
Andrew Wyeth: Memory and Magic to include work never before publicly exhibited

October 7th, 2004
Exhibition presents 60 black and white prints made over a six-year period

October 5th, 2004
20 exemplary paintings illustrate themes of devotion, love and the play of the Hindu gods

October 4th, 2004
Terjanian to oversee the impressive Carl Otto Kretzschmar von Kienbusch Collection

September 16th, 2004
Dr. Barquist will oversee a world-renowned collection of American decorative arts

September 14th, 2004
African Art, African Voices exhibition inspires Africana cuisine

Major publication by Pamela McClusky accompanies exhibition

In conjunction with the special exhibition African Art, African Voices, the Philadelphia Museum of Art will present a stimulating series of programs and events

African Art, African Voices: Long Steps Never Broke a Back on view October 2, 2004-January 2, 2005

Experts guide visitors through cultural traditions of African art

September 7th, 2004
In conjunction with African Art, African Voices, Museum presents a fusion of jazz and African rthyms

August 25th, 2004
This season’s twelve Challenge artists were selected from a field of 255 applicants to exhibit in one of four three-person exhibitions


August 11th, 2004
Museums welcome new & returning students with free admission October 2

August 3rd, 2004
Events to celebrate special exhibitions devoted to Dalí and African art

July 29th, 2004
Museum Highlights: A Gallery Talk made when Andrea Fraser brought her Jane Castleton persona to the Museum for five performances in February 1989

July 26th, 2004
The Division of Education at the Philadelphia Museum of Art welcomes families to take part in exciting hands-on activities, gallery tours, performances, storytelling, and kid-friendly tours during the fall/winter 2004 season

July 15th, 2004
The first of this year’s Challenge exhibitions features the work of artists Steve Cope, Veleta Vancza, and Sarah Zwerling

Museum also seeks a new curator of contemporary art

June 28th, 2004
Florence Knoll Bassett: Defining Modern to coincide with her reception of Collab Design Excellence Award

Italian Master Drawings: 1540 to the Present
(October 30, 2004-February 20, 2005)
Pontormo, Bronzino, and the Medici: The Transformation of the Renaissance Portrait in Florence
(November 20, 2004-February 13, 2005)

June 17th, 2004
Museum's Wednesday Hours will be 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. this summer

Exhibition highlights works by New Jersey artist from the 1970s to present

The Rodin Museum, a Philadelphia landmark and one of the world’s most important collections of 19th-century sculpture, opened its doors to the public on November 29, 1929

May 13th, 2004
Exhibition features 60 sculptures and works on paper by one of the most significant sculptors of the 20th century

April 26th, 2004
An eclectic and electric mix of evening performances for all ages and interests returns to the Philadelphia Museum of Art in June 2004

April 14th, 2004
Artist finds lyricism in flattened chewing gum, detritus of New York streets

March 23rd, 2004
Nearly 90 photographs by many of the major talents in the field, assembled in honor of the late curator and publisher Michael E. Hoffman (1942-2001) will be seen together for the first time in a comprehensive exhibition on view in the Berman & Stieglitz Galleries of the Philadelphia Museum of Art from June 12-October 3, 2004.

March 18th, 2004
The third annual exhibition celebrating the results of Fleisher’s Community Partnerships in the Arts program will present work by students in five elementary schools in South Philadelphia.

March 15th, 2004
The Division of Education at the Philadelphia Museum of Art welcomes families to take part in exciting hands-on activities, gallery tours, performances, storytelling, and kid-friendly tours during the Spring/Summer 2004 season of Family and Children’s Programs.

March 12th, 2004
Dossier installation features two Rembrandt prints and a major painting on loan

March 8th, 2004
The Annual Adult Student Members Exhibition is the culmination of the 106th year of fine art instruction at South Philadelphia’s Fleisher Art Memorial. This year’s exhibition will consist of two parts – designed and developed by students and their instructors – exemplifying the teaching and learning philosophy of the Fleisher Art Memorial.

March 1st, 2004
National Historic Landmark Building expected to reopen in late 2004

 

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