Celebrate the Bride’s 46th anniversary at the biggest dance party of the year. Hosted at gorgeous Material Culture, this party and fundraiser includes a buffet-style meal from acclaimed Chef Aliza Green, live rhythms from Philly Blocco, auctions, prizes, and did we say dancing?
This acclaimed jazz singer-songwriter straddles the worlds of soul, and pop, and musical traditions from Rwanda and Uganda.
Meet up with the Painted Bride’s Art + Change Collective for drinks and food during happy hour! The Art + Change collective is a group of young professionals, artists, and activists who are eager to engage with our communities and create social change! You do not have to be part of the Art + Change Collective to come to the happy hour — come to meet fellow creatives + people interested in making social change, or just to have a few beers!
The Siempre Philly Pioneer Awards will be honoring legends in Philadelphia Latin music – Mino Cruz (La Opinion), Victor Aday (La Paz) and Elba “Candy” Dormoi (Panama y su Ritmo Caliente).
Open Call for art by Philadelphia artists! Submissions are open until August 3rd. Finalists from Philadelphia will display their work at a gallery show at …
An evening of original Arabic music influenced by different modes of improvisation. Arabic rhythms and melodies meet the rich harmony of jazz.
June 19th, 6:30 to 8:30 Join Painted Bride’s BrideNext Artists-in-Residency, Ill Doots, for this evening potluck and civic discussion. In Fall 2017, the philly-based musical …
At this ceremony, the renowned artist Mr. Steven Prince will unveil and discuss nine of his newly created works. These works are the direct results his collaborations with Hannibal Lokumbe as he composed Crucifixion Resurrection-Nine Souls A Travelling.
This Premiere will provide the viewers with a Red Carpet Experience, Question and Answer session and after party. Food & Beverages will be for sale.
A multidisciplinary group of Philadelphia artists have been working together since Fall of 2016 to create new work inspired by Tamara Winfrey Harris’ book The Sisters Are Alright: Changing the Broken Narrative of Black Women in America.
Taalam Acey, Sunni Patterson, 13 of Nazareth, Narubi Selah and Lamar Hill are five of the world’s best known, gifted and refreshing spoken word artists. Their combined credits include film, major media, HBO’s Def Poetry Jam plus decades spent mastering the craft of performance poetry.