Annenberg Center
3680 Walnut Street
(215) 898-3900 for tickets
directed by Joe Dowling

performed by Minnesota’s Tony-winning Guthrie Theater
March 17, 19, 20, 21

Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal
March 25, 26, 27

with their latest creations, they will also perform their famous wet and wild Day Two, co-commissioned by the Annenberg Center in 1989

April 15, 16, 17

Wynton Marsalis
April 25

Architectural Archives
Kroiz Gallery
Fisher Fine Arts Library, 220 South 34th Street
weekdays: 10am-5pm; weekends: by appointment
The Beaux-Arts at Penn: Selected Works by Paul Philippe Cret [1876-1945] and his Students
through May (see page 53)

Only Controversial and Not Detrimental” through May


Arthur Ross Gallery
Fisher Fine Arts Library
220 South 34th Street
Tues.-Fri.: 10am-5pm
Sat.,Sun.: 12pm-5pm
Antique Rugs of The Turkmen Tribes: Masterpieces from Philadelphia Private Collections
through April 4

Master Drawings (1800-1914) from the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford from April 16 to June 27


118 South 36th Street
Wed.-Fri.: 12pm-8pm
Sat.,Sun.: 11am-5pm
Laurie Anderson talks with Janet Kardon, ICA director (1979-89)
Meyerson Hall Auditorium
210 South 34th Street
March 24; 8 p.m., free

Yoshitomo Nara: Nothing Ever Happens
enigmatic Pop Art for
the new millennium.
Sarah McEneaney
her first solo gallery exhibition

a new building material

Alexandra Mir: Naming Tokyo (Part III)
a more user-friendly version of the hard-to-navigate city

all shows through April 4

Kelly Writers House
3805 Locust Walk
(215) 573-9748 for details
songwriter and performance artist Dan Fishback and folksinger Cesar Alvarez, March 20
a lunchtime conversation with biographer and historian David McCullough, RSVP required to <wh@writing.>, March 31
short-story writer and memoirist James Alan McPherson, RSVP only, (215) 573-9749, April 19

University Museum
3260 South Street

Tues.-Sat.: 10amŮ4:30pm
Sun.: 1pm-5pm

Mythic Visions: Yarn Paintings of a Huichol Shaman
through March

Treasures from the Royal Tombs of Ur
March 13 through September

Saving Philadelphia:
The Art of the DumpsterDivers
Sedgwick Cultural Center

7137 Germantown Avenue

features the work of over 30 local artists, including Tremain Smith C’85, who collects rusted metal pieces from West Philadelphia streets to scratch, heat, and rub imprints into the layers of wax and collage of her paintings.
through March 14



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