Family Programming

The “What’s Happening?” Happening!

After a successful First Friday Open House on Nov 2nd, the Painted Bride Micro Residency Artists are gearing up for another showing at 230 Vine …

Ninth Planet presents Homeworld

Homeworld, a new performance for very young audiences in partnership with Painted Bride Art Center. Homeworld is a gentle dance performance created for babies, ages 3 to …

Just Act, Go Vote: A People’s Jam on Justice

A Forum Theatre Event to grow voter awareness & register new voters ACTIVATE insight and theatrically debate struggles and contradictions people have with voting. And, …

5th & South: The Robert Smalls Story

The artist Robert Smalls describes his work as primitive surrealism. He explains that his art is best defined verbally by the literary definition of these …

Sajeeva: A Unique and Innovative Bharatanatyam Choreography

Three Aksha presents Sajeeva, an evening of Bharatanatyam by the legendary Prof. C.V.Chandrasekhar. Showcasing some of the finest and most innovative Bharatanatyam technique, Sajeeva takes the classical Indian dance form of Bharatanatyam and makes it contemporary within its own vocabulary

Healing in Verse and Motion

This presentation is the culminating performance of a group of extraordinary young artists brought together by Philadelphia’s Youth Emergency Services.

7th Annual K-NOW Festival

The Won Institute and Korean Culture Foundation present a celebration of contemporary Korean arts and culture at the seventh annual K-NOW Festival.

Philly Nutt Crak-Up 2017

By popular demand, ContempraDANCE Theatre’s “Philly Nutt Crak-Up” is back at Painted Bride for another season of sheer entertainment. Join the infamous Rappin SugarPlum Fairy, battling Hip Hoppin Rats, City Hall Dolls, Captain Philadelphia and Liberty Belle-Anne, as they are sure to amaze audiences with this  “nutty” take-off of the classic Nutcracker.

Day of the Poet 20th Anniversary

“Day of the Poet,” Philly’s pioneering festival of Spoken Word, which headlined monthly at the Bride for nine seasons, returns to celebrate the vision, talent, and insurgent spirit that fostered a movement and forged an epoch. This historic event will reunite seminal DOTP alumni whose artistic contributions to contemporary culture have become storied. Presenting; Trapeta Mayson, Rich Medina, Twin Poets, DJ Razor Ramon, Ursula Rucker, and festival founder, curator, and Spoken Word legend Kevin O’Neill. Special guests from NYC and SCI Graterford, et al, will be announced. The event will also include an open mic lottery.

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