At St. David's festival of the arts, guests can meet the artists, enjoy homemade refreshments or sip wine while admiring the original juried artworks created by members of the Delaware valley Art League (DVAL).
Sunday, April 7, 2013
Friday, April 5, 2013
The Pennsylvania Academy of Performing Arts will perform 'a choral journey from sun down to sun up' April 14 in Paoli.
Thursday, April 4, 2013
Here's a clue about the upcoming family movie playing at the library.
Each month, Easttown Library features a First Friday Family Film, aka F4. Library storyteller Jane Klein supplied a hint about the movie that will be screened this Friday at 7 p.m.: This is an animated movie. 74 minutes. 2004. Due to copyright restrictions, the library can't publicize the name of the movie. But if you're curious and can't figure it out from the hint above, you can ask a librarian.
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Crayola Experience in Easton will reopen in May with new features for kids to enjoy.
What will you get if you head to Easton, Northampton County to the new Crayola Experience? Ink that puffs up when you heat it. A 40-foot wall of crayon bins. An 85-foot water attraction. Those are all among the new features kids will be able to see and take part in when the Crayola Experience reopens in May. The children's tourist destination closed for renovations in mid-February, but on Tuesday, the company gave a tour of its soon-to-be-upgraded building to members of the media and local officials. "This really is going to be a reimagined facility," said Victoria Lozano, Crayola's VP of corporate strategy and development, who led the tour. Stops along the way included a look at a new two-story playground, and the Water Works, an 85-foot-…
Saturday, March 23, 2013
The concert begins at 3 p.m. and features St. David's Choir and Fairmount Chamber Ensemble.
Saint David's Episcopal Church in Wayne will mark Palm Sunday with a choral, organ and instrumental concert featuring the work of Johann Sebastian Bach. The concert begins at 3 p.m. and is part of the church's Art and Faith series, according to an email from the church: Click the attached Youtube video for another choir's rendition of Jesu, Meine Freude. The church is located at 763 S. Valley Forge Road in Wayne. For more information, visit the St. David's website.
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Three-time Grammy Award winner Bill Miller and celebrated lyricist John Francis will perform at The Performance Annex at 8 p.m.
Highway billboards will show the pieces and invite tipsters.
FBI officials announced Monday they know who committed one of the biggest art heists in history, but they still need the public's help to locate $500 million worth of missing artwork, some of which they believe is in the Philadelphia area. The heist, which happened at Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in 1990, led to the theft of 13 works of art by by Rembrandt, Johannes Vermeer, Govaert Flinck, Edgar Degas and Edouard Manet. Two thieves dressed as Boston Police officers infiltrated the museum, tied up the guards, and stole the artwork, according to the FBI. And for many years, that's where the case went cold. But thanks to a tip that came in in 2010, 20 years after the theft, FBI officials now believe the stolen artwork may be in …
Nature scenes painted by Lidia Kohutiak will be displayed in the township building's Community Room through April.
If you stop by the Tredyffrin Township building this month or next, be sure to check out the art of Lidia Kohutiak in the Community Room. The Haverford resident is the latest artist to have her paintings displayed at the township as part of an ongoing exhibition arrangement between the township and the Delaware Valley Art League. A short biography of the artist is available on the township website: Awards Lidia has received include the 2012 Delaware Valley Art League Purchase Prize, a certificate and prize at the 2012 ADM Gallery, a certificate and prize at the Wayne Art Center, and an honorable mention at a juried show at the Community Art Center. The Tredyffrin Township offices are open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
The documentary "How to Survive a Plague", featuring Peter Staley, opens Wednesday at Bryn Mawr Film Institute.
Before the Academy Award-nominated documentary How to Survive a Plague plays at Bryn Mawr Film Institute Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m., moviegoers can read BMFI's interview with Main Line native Peter Staley, one of the AIDS activists it features. Bryn Mawr Film Institute public relations manager Devin Wachs spoke with Staley, a Conestoga alum who grew up in Berwyn and will be at Wednesday's screening. Staley attended the Academy Awards ceremony, which he described like this: It was amazing, kind of dreamlike. As a gay kid, I grew up watching the Oscars from as early as I can remember and I never missed one. I never dreamed in a million years that I’d end up attending them. It was a dream come true—fun and exhilarating. Regardless of the …
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
The Pyxis Piano Quartet will perform selections from Mozart, Bach and Brahms.
Saint Monica Church in Berwyn will host a classical music concert this Sunday at 3 p.m. The set list for the performance by Pyxis Piano Quartet is below: The concert is free, but good-will donations will be accepted. Listen to samples of the quartet's music on its website. For more information about Sunday's concert, check out the event listing on the TE Patch calendar: Music at Monica's presents... The Pyxis Piano Quartet