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December 28th, 2007
This schedule is updated quarterly.

December 14th, 2007
This schedule is updated for quarterly release.

December 13th, 2007
February 20, 2008 through May 18, 2008

February 20 - May 18, 2008

A stimulating series of art history courses, concerts, and lectures and a Friday evening performance are offered in conjunction with "Frida Kahlo"

On view February 16 through May 11, 2008.

December 11th, 2007
More children can now see Renoir Landscapes exhibition free. Extended hours will include New Year’s Eve Day and New Year’s Day

December 4th, 2007
January 11 through February 9, 2008

December 15, 2007-January 15, 2008

December 1 through 15, 2007

November 28th, 2007
"The Art of Lee Miller" (January 26 – April 27, 2008)

November 27th, 2007
On view Dec. 22, 2007 – June 2, 2008 in Asian Art Gallery 232

On view December 22, 2007 – June 2, 2008 in Gallery 227

November 19th, 2007
On view December 12, 2007 – April 6, 2008

November 14th, 2007
Newly furnished rooms coincide with Yuletide Tours of Fairmount Park houses; Mount Pleasant offers "A Season for Feasting" as Yuletide theme

“Why a Painting Is Like A Pizza: A Guide to Understanding and Enjoying Modern Art” kicks off the lecture series, November 15, 2007.

October 31st, 2007
On view Nov. 3, 2007 – June 29, 2008 in the North Auditorium Gallery

October 25th, 2007
"Live Cinema/Return of the Image: Video from Central Asia" on view November 16, 2007 through February 17, 2008

October 16th, 2007
Come indulge in cocktails and jazz every Friday night this Fall.

October 9th, 2007
Highlights recently acquired masterpieces by the 19th century Italian painter

October 8th, 2007
Learn what lies "Beyond" October 26th and 27th, 2007

October 4th, 2007
Concerts Feature Students from the Curtis Institute of Music

October 2nd, 2007
The Philadelphia Museum of Art welcomes travelers from near and far to Renoir Landscapes and the City of Brotherly Love.

The public is invited to attend lectures, classes and concerts, celebrating the life and work of the great Impressionist.

Philadelphia is the only U.S. venue for the first exhibition devoted to the Impressionist master's landscape vision.

September 20th, 2007
Challenge #2 Continues the 30th Seasib of Juried Exhibitions Featuring Gregory Brellochs, William Gannotta, and Rebecca Saylor Sack: October 19 through November 17, 2007

September 15th, 2007
First visitors enjoy free admission through December 31, 2007.

September 13th, 2007
The Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building will open to the public on September 15, 2007

September 12th, 2007
Free admission to new Perelman Building available to individual guests through December 31, 2007.

September 11th, 2007
A Conversation in Three Dimensions: Sculpture from the Collections (September 2007–Spring 2008)

September 10th, 2007
An Inaugural Exhibition in the Collab Gallery, Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building

September 9th, 2007
A Passion for Perfection (September 15, 2007-March 9, 2008)

September 8th, 2007
From the Renaissance to the Surreal: Gifts to the Library and Archives (September 2007–February 2008)

September 7th, 2007
Alfred Stieglitz and the Philadelphia Museum of Art (September 15, 2007–January 31, 2008)

September 6th, 2007
Perelman Building is the New Home to Three of the Museum's Major Areas of Conservation.

September 5th, 2007
With Staff Support, Publications, Technology, Videos, and Other Tools, Art Becomes More Accessible to Teachers and their Students

September 4th, 2007
An Exhibition of Four Artists' Approach to the Art of the Book

August 9th, 2007
Alfred Stieglitz and the Philadelphia Museum of Art (September 15, 2007- January 31, 2008)

A Passion for Perfection (September 15, 2007-March 9, 2008)

An Inaugural Exhibition in the Collab Gallery, Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building

August 8th, 2007
September 8 through October 6, 2007

August 3rd, 2007
One of the most prominent Italian painters of the late 19th century, Antonio Mancini (1852-1930) was at the forefront of Verismo, the Italian response to realism.

A landmark exhibition featuring the rare surviving works of art from the first commercially produced porcelain made in America.

An exhibition featuring 100 kimono created in the late 19th and early-to-mid 20th centuries – one of the most dynamic periods in the history of Japan’s national costume.

A touring exhibition devoted to the art of Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) will be on view from February 20 through May 18, 2008.

The exhibition examines the resurgence of interest in quilting in the Gee’s Bend community, presenting newly discovered quilts from the 1930s to the 1980s along with more recent work by established quilters and the younger generation they have inspired.

This exhibition showcases a group of tapestries from a series conceived by Kentridge and executed under his artistic direction between 2001 and 2007.

An exhibition featuring some 150 images, mainly vintage photographs, celebrating Miller's remarkable life and her art, and how each reflected and influenced the other.

July 19th, 2007
Tickets on sale date is set for September 5, 2007

Registration is available at the Museum although pre-registration is strongly encouraged.

Philadelphia will be the only U.S. venue for the first exhibition devoted to the Impressionist master’s vision of landscape.

July 17th, 2007
This schedule is updated for quarterly release.

July 6th, 2007
Kiefer, Polke, Richter, on view July 21-November 25, 2007

June 29th, 2007
From the Renaissance to the Surreal: Gifts to the Library and Archives (September 2007–February 2008)

A Conversation in Three Dimensions: Sculpture from the Collections (September 2007–Spring 2008)

June 25th, 2007
The Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building will open to the public on September 15, 2007

June 21st, 2007
The Book of War: The Free Library of Philadelphia's Mughal Razmnama Folios (July 14–December 9, 2007)

June 4th, 2007
The Museum is increasing general admission and discounted fees while retaining free admission to children 12 years old and younger, free admission to Philadelphia public school groups, and the popular "pay what you wish" for all visitors on Sundays.

May 31st, 2007
Tibetan Ritual Arts (June 2–November 30, 2007)

May 30th, 2007
Forging an American Identity: The Art of William Ranney (June 26–August 19, 2007)

May 29th, 2007
Saturday, June 16, 2007 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

April 19th, 2007
This spring the Philadelphia Museum of Art will present Live Cinema/Marine Hugonnier: Trilogy, a series of super 16mm films transferred to DVD that explores the ways in which images of the landscape influence the observer’s experience of it, and conversely, how history or ideology can shape the perception of a landscape.

William H. Johnson’s World on Paper examines, for the first time, his achievements as a graphic artist. Delicate watercolor drawings, bold block prints, and colorful screenprints reveal him as an inventive modernist.

April 3rd, 2007
Particulars of Place: Photo Portfolios from the Collection April 21–November 4, 2007

March 28th, 2007
This Schedule is updated quarterly. For the latest information please contact the Marketing and Public Relations Department.

March 16th, 2007
This spring's Art After 5 line-up continues to deliver the kinds of eclectic and exciting live performances that audiences have come to expect.

March 15th, 2007
March 23 through May 5, 2007

March 12th, 2007
23 March through 14 April, 2007

February 26th, 2007
Workers Use State-of-the-Art Lasers to Give Colossal Figures a Makeover

February 23rd, 2007
Beginning Thursday, March 1, 2007, the Museum’s parking charge, currently $5 on the Terrace on weekends, will be in effect seven days a week for general visitors.

Opportunity to see the restored sculptures up close and personal from the 35th Floor of Centre Square East

February 2nd, 2007
The Division of Education at the Philadelphia Museum of Art invites families to participate in an exciting array of Family and Children’s Programs this winter and spring.

February 1st, 2007
Ike Taiga and Tokuyama Gyokuran: Japanese Masters of the Brush, on view May 1-July 22, 2007

January 31st, 2007
This season’s twelve Challenge artists were selected from a field of nearly 330 applicants to exhibit in one of four three-person exhibitions.

January 24th, 2007
Annual valentine card printing workshop — all ages welcome!

January 19th, 2007
To celebrate the theme, 'Create a Philadelphia Story,' guests will don their black-tie or black-and-white best as a nod to the classic Hollywood film, The Philadelphia Story.

The months ahead bring a diverse and exciting line-up of performers to the Philadelphia Museum of Art for its popular Friday night series Art After 5.

January 17th, 2007
Fundraising surpasses halfway mark; total number of contributions is now over 3000

January 11th, 2007
On view February 10, 2007 - April 22, 2007 in the Berman and Stieglitz Galleries

January 10th, 2007
Conserving a Tibetan Altar On view through June 2007 in Gallery 232

January 5th, 2007
Thomas Jefferson University Lends Painting

January 4th, 2007
The Gross Clinic to go on view at Philadelphia Museum of Art, followed by Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

Fundraising momentum continues

January 3rd, 2007
8:00 PM, Saturday 20 January 2007, The Sanctuary of the Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial

Thomas Chimes: Adventures in ’Pataphysics on view February 27 - May 6, 2007

 

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