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December 27th, 2001
Weekly jazz performances to be presented in Great Stair Hall

Museum announces Winter 2002 schedule of Wednesday Nights performances & activities

December 26th, 2001
Adler’s work was instinctive, autobiographical, and full of energy

December 18th, 2001
Proceeds from Young Friends events have contributed to acquisitions at the Museum

December 14th, 2001
Rita Bernstein, Michelle Oosterbaan, and Kendra Wadsworth are featured artists

December 11th, 2001
New season of Family & Children’s Programs begins January 6

Spring session of classes and workshops for adults and children begins the week of January 28, 2002

December 4th, 2001
Three prominent specialists will each present a 20-minute lecture followed by a panel discussion on the role that art plays in the definition of American Islam

December 3rd, 2001
The third of this year’s Challenge Exhibitions features the work of artists Vincent David Feldman, Claire Owen, and Doris Nogueira-Rogers

Anne d'Harnoncourt to address the 90th Annual Conference on Wednesday, February 20, 2002

November 26th, 2001
Installation of 90 archival images and objects commemorates 125th anniversary

October 30th, 2001
Hands On: Japanese Craft and Design of the 20th Century on view from November 7, 2001 to May 26, 2002

October 26th, 2001
Program recognizes interior designer Karen Daroff, landscape architect Laurie Olin, and restaurateur Stephen Starr

October 23rd, 2001
The first comprehensive exhibition and publication of the collections on view from December 8, 2001 through April 28, 2002

October 19th, 2001
H. F. "Gerry" Lenfest succeeds Raymond Perelman as Chairman of the Board

October 8th, 2001
Press invited to tea at City Tavern, Wednesday, October 17, 2-4 p.m., honoring talents behind tours

October 3rd, 2001
Stamps of Lorenzo Costa's Virgin and Child to be issued at Oct. 10 ceremony

October 2nd, 2001
General admission on Friday Evenings is free during October

September 14th, 2001
Major retrospective of the Philadelphia-born artist on view from October 27, 2001 to February 24, 2002

September 7th, 2001
Eakins retrospective debuts at the Philadelphia Museum of Art from October 4, 2001 through January 6, 2002

September 6th, 2001
Museum Receives a Total of $25 Million in Grants from the Annenberg Foundation

Guides to Offer Tours of Museum's Florentine Highlights

August 28th, 2001
Museum Presents a New Season of Family and Children's Programs

French-Algerian guitarist Pierre Bensusan among fall performance highlights

Eclectic Medley Includes Jazz, Opera, and Classical Performances

August 22nd, 2001
Video on view from August 21 through October 14, 2001

July 25th, 2001
Museum offers free admission to more children and introduces new Sunday policy of "pay what you wish," while modestly increasing general admission prices

July 20th, 2001
Catenary (I Call to the Grave) is the second painting by the artist to enter the Museum's collection

July 19th, 2001
The 1969 audio work installed July 10-August 19, 2001

The artists selected represent some 35 states across the nation

Museum celebrates the lively program's decade-long run with a series of performances, film screenings, gallery talks, and culinary delights

July 16th, 2001
Major retrospective of the Philadelphia-born artist on view from October 27, 2001 to February 24, 2002

June 4th, 2001
Exhibition of 100 prints on view from June 23-September 30, 2001

June 1st, 2001
Major Gift of 2000 Prints Expands 125th Anniversary Effort

May 8th, 2001
Free event in the Museum's original building will celebrate 125th anniversary

Season brings inspiring evening performances, film screenings, gallery talks and culinary delights

Xxhibition demonstrates the Museum's rich context for the new acquisition of 33 prints and one drawing by the French master printmaker

Out of the Ordinary presents some 250 works, many of which will be on public view for the first time

May 4th, 2001
Third and fourth graders to lead in singing of Happy Birthday; Event in Fairmount Park also expected to spur Memorial Hall renovation effort

March 21st, 2001
The Mystery Museum is an engaging interactive game for children ages 4-12

February 26th, 2001
Leaves of Gold: Treasures of Illuminated Manuscripts from Philadelphia Collections on view from March 10 to May 13, 2001

February 14th, 2001
The internationally renowned Pritzker Prize-winning architect to design museum to display the achievements of three generations of the Calder family of sculptors

January 17th, 2001
Installation coincides with the retrospective exhibition of Alice Neel's paintings

 

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