PBS NewsHour‘s Jeff Brown visited Philadelphia to discuss monuments for Mural Arts Philadelphia’s Monument Lab project. Meet the Executive Director of Mural Arts and several artists here.
The Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square returns for a second year.
Penn Live shot some beautiful photos. And WHYY’s Newsworks captured the building of the more than 1,500 individual sculptures.
Legendary television journalist Ed Bradley will receive a mural depicting his ground-breaking talent, in the neighborhood in West Philadelphia where he grew up. Mural Arts Philadelphia announced the project with Bradley’s wife on May 2, 2017.
Fox29’s Hank Flynn took a look at an older mural project, and a new one as well, as he examines “Love Letter” and “Sanctuary” by Mural Arts Philadelphia. Terrific projects by Steve ESPO Powers and James Burns.
CBS3’s Cherri Gregg covered the 30th Annual AIDS Walk/Run Philly, highlighting the important work of AIDS Fund around HIV in the Greater Philadelphia Region.
Mural Arts gets the spotlight on the huge national show, CBS Sunday Morning. Reporter Anthony Mason and Producer Sari Aviv spent multiple days over six weeks shooting the story and meeting people who work with this renowned public art program.
The pop-up park on the Parkway, The Oval, returns for summer 2016 created by the Fairmount Park Conservancy and Philadelphia Parks & Recreation with help from the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program. CBS3’s Jan Carabeo previewed the project on opening day.
Parks on Tap, a new mobile beer garden initiative by Fairmount Park Conservancy and Philadelphia Parks & Recreation launched today with a feature on Fox Good Day with Jennaphr Frederick.
Philadelphia Magazine highlighted the Fairmount Park Conservancy and Philadelphia Parks and Recreation partnering on capturing Philadelphia’s trails and parks with the Google Trekker, on loan from Google.
Philadelphia Inquirer Cover of Weekend Section for Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square
The Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square drew over 90,000 people in 7 weeks to Franklin Square, kicking off the 10th Birthday Season with an exciting event.