February 23, 2016 |

Weekly Arts & Culture Guide

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February is almost on its way out, making room for spring activities and blasting out the winter blues! Check out these artsy events coming up:

Philadelphia Film Society’s “BYO: 9 TO 5 Film Screenings
Make room in your schedule or call out of work sick as #BYO: Workin’ It takes over next week with a hilarious screening of CLERKS (1994). Called in on his day off, uninspired Quick Stop employee Dante takes on a slurry of crappy customers while musing over the art of snowballing, Star Wars, and other life lessons.

When?: Wednesday, February 24, Screenings at 7:00pm & 9:30pm
Where?: PFS Roxy Theater, 2023 Sansom St., Philadelphia, PA 19103
How much?: Tickets range from $9.00 – $12.00. For tickets and more info, visit: http://bit.ly/1QYqkC5

International Pop Exhibit
Explore the unique history of pop art in its opening weekend at the Philadelphia Museum of Art! The exhibit includes 150 different paintings, sculptures, and more, by pop art legends including Andy Warhol. Want to save some cash? Check out the exhibit on a Pay-What-You-Wish Wednesday!

Where?: Philadelphia Museum of Art
When?: Starting Feb. 24 (on Pay What You Wish Wednesday!!!)
How Much?: Save $5 when you use the code “IPOP”

Celebration of African Cultures
Appreciate and learn all about African cultures through dance performances, workshops, gallery tours and more! Experience an African Adornment Family Tour, the Women’s Sekere Ensemble, Momma Sandi Storytelling, In the Artifact Lab and more!

Where? Penn Museum
When?: Feb. 27 from 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
How Much?: $10 for Open Arts Members

Bloom Philly Festival: Ultimate Pop-Up Picnic
Already excited for the Philly Flower Show? So are we! Embrace the coming of spring weather and engage in fun outdoor activities like giant Jenga, giant Connect 4, and more!

Where?: Reading Terminal Market
When?: Feb. 27 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
How Much?: Free

Arnold Flute Concerto with Edward Schultz
For just $10, you can witness the Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra’s most diverse concert of the season! Experience woodwind music like you’ve never heard before, with selections that boast folk melodies and even tunes from movies.

Where?: Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
When?: Feb. 28-29
How Much?: $10 for Open Arts Members

Concert + Cocktails Young Friends Mixer
Have you ever wanted to meet members of the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia? Now’s your chance! Shake up your Monday night and mingle and network with members at the PECO Bar following the All Beethoven with Hanchien Lee concert.

Where?: Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
When?: Feb. 29
How Much?: Free

 

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