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AT THE MUSEUM SUMMER EDITION 2014: PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART

 

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July 25, 2014

HAPPY, HAPPY FRIDAY! Hello art peeps….time for At the Museum and today we’re going to the Philadelphia Museum of Art for our Summer Edition 2014. 

Opened in 1925, the museum has become a recognizable part of the city. We all remember Rocky Balboa running up those infamous steps in Rocky (76) and later the bronze statue of Rocky was briefly placed at the top of the steps, but was later relocated. Besides that, the museum is packed with lots of fun stuff.

Rocky at the top of the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the film Rocky (76).

 

FAMILY & CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS: Interactive programs that are designed for families with children between the ages of 3 – 12.

ART SPLASH: The summer of fun with gallery explorations, studio-art creations, and imaginative play. A brief look at what those programs are…..

  • Art in the Garden
  • Mixed-Up Music
  • Mythological Mischief

 

Inside the Philadelphia Museum/planphilly.com

FAMILY PROGRAMS: Offers parents and their children to create, learn, have great fun, and it’s free. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis at the Visitor Service Desk. Here is a preview of what the programs are….

  • Baby Bird Playdate – for babies, toddlers and parents
  • Family Gallery Tour – Ages 6 – 10
  • Tours for Tots – Ages 3 – 5

 

Beautiful! (press.visitphilly.com)

FAMILY CELEBRATIONS: Showcases local and nationally recognized performance groups that combine the visual and performing arts. Here is a look at what they have……

  • Myths and Legends
  • Art in Motion
  • All That I Sparkles

CHILDREN’S ART CLASSES: Children from the ages of 3-4 and 3-5 experience fun and creativity. Of course, parents must accompany the kids. The museum supply the materials. All they ask is that your child is potty trained. Classes are limited, pre-registration is required, and fees are refundable, that is unless the museum decides to cancel.

For more information about these programs and more go to www.philamuseum.org.

Philadelphia Museum of Art / 2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, Philadelphia, PA 19130 /  (215) 763-8100

Come back tomorrow! Enjoy your Friday, be blessed peeps!

 

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