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Philadelphia Museum of Art

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is among the largest art museums in the United States. It has collections of more than 227,000 objects that include "world-class holdings of European and American paintings, prints, drawings and decorative arts."

26th Street Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia, PA 19130

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Curtis Institute of Music

Aims to train gifted young musicians for careers as performing artists and offers over 100 public performances a year. Admissions, publications, performances.

1726 Locust Street Philadelphia, PA 19103

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Trinity Center for Urban Life

Neighborhood organization in the Fitler Square area of Philadelphia serving as a center for events, music, recycling, and community outreach.

22nd & Spruce Streets Philadelphia, PA 19103

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Philadelphia Art Alliance

Multidisciplinary exhibition space for the visual, literary and performing arts. Information on exhibits, programs and members. Includes news and directions.

251 South 18th Street Philadelphia, PA 19103

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ICE Box at Crane Arts

The Icebox is one of Philadelphia’s newest and largest art venues. Our goal is to present a broad range of high quality work produced by visual and multi-media contemporary art disciplines. We are particularly interested in projects that address and challenge the space, and support artists and curators.

1400 North American Street Philadelphia, PA 19122

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The Rotunda

The Rotunda, located at 4014 Walnut Street in Philadelphia, PA, is a community-gathering place that is fueled by the belief that art is a catalyst for social change and that the arts can lead to the formation of meaningful partnerships between the University of Pennsylvania and surrounding neighborhoods. Over 300 events are offered every year, including live music, film, spoken word, theater, art, dance, education, youth programs, arts incubation, and various experimental genres. As an alcohol-free, smoke-free venue, The Rotunda provides a critical social alternative for all ages. At its core, The Rotunda is a shared space fostering learning, enrichment, and community support while empowering the public to present, produce, and promote their work.

4014 Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19104

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Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral

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3723 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19104

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Christ Church Philadelphia

Christ Church, the parish of George Washington, Ben Franklin, William Penn and Betsy Ross, began as a small brick and wooden structure that fit into its Quaker-dominated surroundings in the late 1600s. The current church was started in 1727, and has long been considered one of the finest Georgian structures in America. The steeple, financed by a lottery organized by Benjamin Franklin, was the tallest structure in the colonies for 56 years.

2nd Street above Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19106

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International House Philadelphia

International House Philadelphia is a source of distinctive arts, culture, and humanities programming and a multicultural residential center.

3701 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19104

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Lenfest Hall, Curtis Institute of Music

1616 Locust Street Philadelphia, PA 19103

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