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30 Days of Philly Arts

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30 Days of Philly Arts

XPN Morning Show host Michaela Majoun will present 30 Days of Philly Arts, a daily on-air and online guide to essential area arts events to see, hear and do during September. Local artists and arts producers will also appear in on-air/online features.

Michaela says, "This is a way to bring attention to a lot more of the local arts organizations and artists than I could with the Friday Morning Arts Crawl feature and spring and fall arts previews that I've been doing for years. I want to incorporate artist profiles into the mix to round out our glimpse of the amazing arts scene in Philadelphia and our entire area."

30 Days of Arts and Culture is just one of the many ways in which WXPN recognizes, supports and promotes music and other arts events taking place throughout the greater Philadelphia area.

The Franklin Institute has been all things science since it was founded in 1824 to honor Benjamin Franklin and further the usefulness of his inventions.
Picturesque New Hope, PA, an hour's drive from Philadelphia, grew up as a mill town on the Delaware River and its artists and artisans, galleries and craft shops have made it an arts and shopping hub for the past century.
The Institute of Contemporary Art turns 50 this year. It has been the home of cutting edge and controversial art and a significant fixture in the national art landscape since the 1960s.
The Arden Theatre Company is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. Since its founding in 1988 as a vehicle for great stories on stage, in the classroom, and in the community, the Arden has won scores of awards, locally and from the Wall Street Journal, for its productions and drama school. Even its home in Old City, purchased and renovated in 1995, has won awards.
This is the perfect weather for enjoying the many outdoor delights that Philadelphia has to offer.
In 2015, Jane Austen's novel Emma will be 200 years old. But the concerns and observations of the famous English writer have relevance for today and have earned her a devoted following in this technologically savvy and jaded world, quite a different place from the country estates of Georgian-Regency Britain where her novels are set.
Bryn Mawr Film Institute was founded in 2004 to save the historic Seville Theater in Bryn Mawr, built in 1926 as one of six film palaces of the day along the Main Line. The building had been neglected for decades and was in danger of being repurposed by a health club franchise. After the Institute bought the building in 2004, it was named to the National Register of HIstoric Places in 2005. Restoration of the building is expected to be completed next year.
MM2 Modern Dance Company was founded over a decade ago to be an incubator for emerging dancers and for new work that demonstrates their choreographic chops as well as their dancing talents. Founder and artistic director Steven Weisz also founded the website and its Dance Journal.
If one thing is certain it’s that Philadelphians love their city’s food. Even if you are just visiting the city, everyone knows to venture towards South Street to try the world-famous Philly Cheesesteak. Two companies, Taste of Philly and Chew Philly, run food tours in two unique neighborhoods of Philadelphia. Taste of Philly explores the Reading Terminal Market in the downtown district, and Chew Philly runs through the Manayunk neighborhood.
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