Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA)

Creatively Speaking
10:21 am
Wed October 24, 2007

Conductor Nicholas McGegan--Founding Theater Companies--Figure Painter Antonio Mancini

Nicholas McGegan

Nicholas McGegan, conductor, talks about his Philadelphia Orchestra program of Haydn and Mozart.

Three Philadelphia theater founders discuss what it takes to start a company in the region.

The Philadelphia Museum of Art explores the unique works of nineteenth-century figure painter Antonio Mancini.

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Creatively Speaking
10:20 am
Sat September 8, 2007

Anne Ewers, Kimmel Center--Gershwin to Gillespie--Dramaturgy--Postwar German Art at PMA

Anne Ewers

Anne Ewers: New President of Philadelphia's Kimmel Center

Michener Art Museum in New Hope's exhibition <i>Gershwin to Gillespie: Portraits in American Music</i>

Four dramaturges from Philadelphia theaters (part of a continuing series)

Philadelphia Museum of Art curator Carlos Basualdo on postwar German exhibition <i>Notations: Kiefer, Polke, Richter</i>. 

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Creatively Speaking
4:04 pm
Sat July 14, 2007

Simone Dinnerstein's Goldberg Variations--The World on Paper--The Independence Seaport Museum

Simone Dinnerstein's recording of Bach's Goldberg Variations.

Pianist Simone Dinnerstein: Her recording of Bach's <i>Goldberg Variations</i> has won praise.

William H. Johnson's <i>World on Paper</i> at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

The Independence Seaport Museum at Penn's Landing in Philadelphia--the waterfront museum includes a working boat shop, an 1892 battleship used in the Spanish-American War, and a World War II submarine.

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Creatively Speaking
11:22 am
Sat June 30, 2007

Rossen Milanov, Philadelphia Orchestra--Japanese Masters

Rossen Milanov, the Philadelphia Orchestra's artistic director at the Mann Center.

Susan Lewis: Japanese Masters of the Brush, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Jason Peifer explores the theater scene on New Jersey's southern tip.

 

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Creatively Speaking
12:09 pm
Sat June 23, 2007

William Ranney--Delaware Folk Art Collection--American Philosophical Society--Carillon

William Ranney at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. 

Jason Peifer: Delaware Folk Art Collection at the Blue Ball Barn in Wilmington, DE. 

The latest exhibition at the American Philosophical Society. 

Susan Lewis considers the carillon.

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Creatively Speaking
2:36 pm
Sat May 19, 2007

Christoph Eschenbach, Philadelphia Orchestra, music director

Philadelphia Orchestra music director Christoph Eschenbach. Susan Lewis on William H. Johnson's World on Paper at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia music director Ignat Solzhenitsyn. Jason Peifer visits the Independence Seaport Museum.

 

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Creatively Speaking
10:23 am
Sat May 5, 2007

Christoph Eschenbach, Philadelphia Orchestra

As the Philadelphia Orchestra prepares to release its latest CD, we speak with music director Christoph Eschenbach. Jason Peifer examines the role of the dramaturg in theater. Susan Lewis looks ahead to the Japanese Masters of the Brush, the latest exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.  

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Creatively Speaking
12:16 pm
Sat February 24, 2007

Thomas Chimes Retrospective at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

A conversation with Thomas Chimes: the subject of a new retrospective at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Jason Peifer speaks with the creators and producers of several family-oriented productions in Philadelphia. Susan Lewis looks at neighborhood art film houses.

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Arts & Culture
11:42 am
Sat July 15, 2006

Anne D'Harnoncourt on Andrew Wyeth

This week, with the latest regional flurry of Andrew Wyeth fever dying down, we speak with Director Anne D'Harnoncourt about the Philadelphia Museum of Art's hugely successful Wyeth retrospective.

Creatively Speaking
10:06 am
Sat April 1, 2006

Andrew Wyeth

A major Andrew Wyeth retrospective opens this week at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. It's one of three current local Wyeth Exhibitions. We'll take a look at the painter who, despite being ignored by the art world for much of his seven decade career, has remained true to his own artistic vision. Albert Stumm looks into how artists and arts organizations are helping local economic revitalization. Jason Peifer previews A Skull in Connemara by Martin McDonagh at the Iron Age Theatre in Norristown, PA.

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