Larry Dubinski, a Beasley School of Law alumnus and CEO of The Franklin Institute, was appointed as the chair-elect of the Association of Science-Technology Centers in November.
Vashti DuBois converted her small Germantown home into the Colored Girls Museum.
The Smithsonian’s new African-American museum features several Temple ties.
The Wagner Free Institute hosted a presentation on early visual media forms.
Kristofer Helgen explores museum collections for overlooked species.
The Rosenbach highlights connections between the famous book and Philadelphia.
The author’s handwritten notes on the famous novel “Dracula” are on display for Halloween.
Guests had an exclusive taste of custom beer in the Mütter Museum’s medicinal plant garden.
Philly has long been an apex for galleries, but access to them differs throughout the city.
During Prison Food Weekend at Eastern State Penitentiary, vistors sampled a variety of meals spanning over the its decades of operation.