Airs on the first Friday of each month at 8:30 p.m. or online anytime
January Friday Arts takes you outside and on the road to discover the wonders of art and nature. It's our winter outdoor show that looks forward to the joys of spring and summer.
Hit the streets with the Termite TV Collective as they explore Philadelphia neighborhoods and make media that fits in your pocket. See more »
Experience Philadelphia's preeminent collection of public art through this innovative outdoor interactive audio program. See more »
Tour the lush farmland and beautiful landscapes of Southeastern Pennsylvania through the Bike Fresh Bike Local event. See more »
The University of Pennsylvania Morris Arboretum
The wealthy brother and sister, John and Lydia Morris, willed their Chestnut Hill estate to the University of Pennsylvania in 1932. That makes it an accredited, knowledge-based museum of horticulture. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the arboretum offers a display garden, organic sculptures, outdoor miniature railway and bird watching classes. Watch now »
Villanova Theatre Arts
In a collaboration of academics and performance, students learn the difference aspects of theatrical art, from acting to directing to design to writing. The theatre department produces a four-show season at the campus' Vasey Theatre. Watch now »
Enjoy this month's Art of Life segment? Experience the Museum Without Walls Audio program for yourself by mapping out your own art walk. More »
Download a park bench tour of Palmer Park for your iPod, with local historian Kenneth Milano as your guide. More »
Attend a special screening and reception for February's Friday Arts episode! Meet the show's producers and the organizations featured in the show. At this month's event you can sample a variety of Asian pears from Subarashii Kudamono's orchards, meet local artist Chuck Connelly, and enjoy a classical Chinese dance performance by members of the Shen Yun Performing Arts. After the show, stroll to nearby galleries in Old City for Philadelphia's First Friday events.
February 4, 2010 — 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. — RVSP »