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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.

Eastern State Penitentiary, which housed prisoners from 1829 to 1971, is a National Historic Landmark. In 1787, while helping to put together the Constitution of the United States (tomorrow is Constitution Day!), Benjamin Franklin convened a committee to deal with the miserable conditions in which prisoners were kept in Europe and America.
Laurel Hill Cemetery is the final resting place for a who's who of Philadelphia history, from Thomas McKean, who signed the Declaration of Independence,
Tony Braithwaite, Artistic Director of Act II Playhouse in Ambler, has been appearing at the theater for the last ten years, and he's a veteran of the Philadelphia stage as well.
Every Thursday from April through December, a group of folks meet at 6th and Chestnut Streets and go back in time as they pub crawl through Historic Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art hosts many exhibitions from around the world but some of the most gratifying are from the long cultural tradition of Philadelphia itself.

Nature Theater of Oklahoma, the New York ensemble theater company, embodies what is most prized about the FringeArts absolutely original approach to stagecraft that constantly explores new terrain. In their 14 years the Obie award-winning company has drawn admirers around the world and are returning to FringeArts for the third time to present their latest work, Life and Times, Episodes 1-5.

Brian Sanders, who hails from Princeton and got his BFA in dance at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, is no stranger to artistic experimentation. He danced and choreographed internationally for ten years with MOMIX, a company known for its stage innovation and illusion.

Founded in 1805, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts is the oldest art museum and art school in the country and has been housed at its present location in a Frank Furness/George Hewitt designed building since 1876. The building is a National Historic Landmark and its chronologically and thematically installed collection explores American art from the 1760s through today.

The Doylestown Arts Festival is one of Bucks County's largest annual events. Now in its 22nd year the festival is free (with free parking and shuttle service!) and presents a juried array of over 150 exhibitors in downtown Doylestown today and tomorrow.
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