March 31, 2016 |

Open Arts Philly | Weekend Picks

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April showers bring May flowers…but no matter what the month is, Philly is always bringing you new chances to learn, explore, unwind, and relax. Here are some fun events this weekend that are guaranteed to leave you feeling cultured.

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Lost Egypt: Ancient Secrets, Modern Science

Learn how modern technology is used to understand the mysterious past of ancient Egypt. Travel back in time and explore a recreated Egyptian tomb, become acquainted with a real mummy, and view a variety of authentic art and artifacts.

Where?: The Franklin Institute
When?: April 1-30
How Much?: Free for Open Arts Members

Francesca dePasquale and Meng-Chieh Liu

International prize-winning violinist Francesca dePasquale partners with versatile pianist Meng-Chieh Liu to perform a variety of different works, as presented by the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society.

Where?: Philadelphia Museum of Art
When?: April 3
How Much?: Free for Open Arts Members

Bartók/Mendelssohn with Ignat Solzhenitsyn

Familiar with the dramatic music in the movies The Shining and Being John Malkovich? Watch as the scores come to life, and also enjoy an early Romantic favorite composed by Mendelssohn, as presented by the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society.

Where?: The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
When?: April 3-4
How Much?: Free for Open Arts Members

Moore Women Artists Film Festival

For three days, indulge in 6 different films created by and about female artists. Admission is free for all films! For more information on the lineup, check out the Moore College website.

Where?: Moore College of Art and Design
When?: April 1-3
How Much?: Free

 

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