A truly American experience is brought to life on Saturday, July 7th, from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm, when WRTI's Jill Pasternak speaks candidly - on location - with artist Jamie Wyeth about his life in art and the opening to the public of his father's studio in the family farmhouse in Chadds Ford, PA.
WRTI's Susan Lewis explores how the idea of "utopia" captivated the imaginations of early 20th-century artists, as the Philadelphia Museum of Art opens its new exhibition: Gauguin, Cezanne, Matisse: Visions of Arcadia.
At the heart of the show are three monumental canvases, each an acknowledged masterpiece and each, in its own distinctive way, a powerful response to the Arcadian tradition: Paul Cézanne’s enigmatic The Large Bathers; Paul Gauguin’s Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?; and Henri Matisse’s Bathers by a River.
As the National Collage Society presents its 28th Annual Juried Exhibit at Ursinus College's Berman Museum of Art in Collegeville, PA, WRTI's Susan Lewis explores the medium of collage. The exhibition runs from June 9th to August 12, 2012.
The Philadelphia Theatre Company's production of reasons to be pretty is now at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre through June 24th. WRTI's Jim Cotter speaks with playwright Neil LaBute about his trilogy of plays focusing on America's obsession with physical appearance.
Jumpstart is a new, three-day showcase from Philadelphia Live Arts for emerging artists in the field of live performance art. WRTI's Jim Cotter speaks with Craig Peterson, director of the Philly Fringe about Jumpstart.