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Events For 4/23/17 (Sunday)

KRISTINE KEATING 'INNER INTEGRATION'       4/22/17-4/23/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Road , ERWINNA , PA    (MAP)
Time: 1:00 - 5:00 pm
Contact: 610-294-9420    WEBSITE    EMAIL

People from all walks of life come to visit the various galleries in Bucks County on a yearly basis. City dwellers seeking alternatives to the hustle and bustle have been drawn to the quiet and picturesque location for many years. The area houses some of the most outstanding galleries for art collectors and enthusiasts to enjoy. The Stover Mill Gallery, along the Delaware River in Erwinna has been featuring the art of local artists ...READ MORE since 1959 and has featured many strong shows over the years. Next month's solo exhibition featuring minimalistic landscape painter, Kristine Keating, is no exception. Keating's work has almost an esoteric feel due to its dark tones, deep texture and her focus on shadow and light. This upcoming show titled "Inner Integration" is a great example of her popular 'Shadowlands' series that can only be fully appreciated in person, as the subtle qualities of her paintings are lost in reproduction. The artist reception is on April 1 from 1-5 pm. The refreshments include fresh pressed juices, raw gourmet cheeses and vegan desserts. Free N/A SHOW LESS
POLARIS: NORTHERN EXPLORATIONS IN CONTEMPORARY ART       1/14/17-4/23/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The rare experiences of the distant north have captivated artists and photographers since the first wave of 19th century Arctic explorations. The landscapes of Iceland, Greenland, and the Arctic continue to be significant subjects for contemporary artists interested in the North's contrasting conditions and endangered beauty. Through a series of significant artist residencies and personal travels, a critical number of regional ...READ MORE artists have investigated our Polar regions, with many reflecting on the motivations for human exploration at the ends of the habitable landscape. Polaris brings together a selection of works on paper, photographs, and video pieces surveying regional artists who have used the Polar regions as a generative subject for their work. The unique discoveries of these diverse artists are united by their backdrop, a seductive but fragile landscape filled with tremendous geologic histories and unusual human stories. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free SHOW LESS
CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
BOTANICAL ART SHOW & SALE FEATURING BUCKS COUNTY ARTIST CAROL ASHTON-HERGENHAN       3/19/17-4/23/17

Bucks County Visitors Center, 3207 Street Road , BENSALEM , PA
Time: Daily 9 am to 5 pm
Sponsored by: Friends Home & Village
Contact: Karen Haney 215-968-3346    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Art Show & Sale featuring the botanical art of Bucks County artist Carol Ashton-Hergenhan. Benefits Friends Home & Village retirement community. 9 am to 5 pm daily at the Bucks County Visitors Center, Sunday March 19 through Sunday April 23. Artists' reception April 23 from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm.
SACRED ARTS FESTIVAL & SPRING OPEN HOUSE AT GLENCAIRN MUSEUM       4/23/17
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Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road , BRYN ATHYN , PA
Time: 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Contact: 2675022990    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Experience religious art in the making-and try your hand at some techniques yourself-at Glencairn Museum during its annual Sacred Arts Festival. Fun, educational and a feast for your eyes and ears, the festival and open house features an array of demonstrations throughout the afternoon, from glassblowing and icon writing to metal forging and the creation of a sand mandala, that give visitors of any age a unique view of many beautiful ...READ MORE expressions of faith from various cultures. This event is also a rare opportunity to experience at your leisure the Museum's vast collection of religious art and artifacts-and the castle itself-while touring its many galleries and public spaces. You are invited to explore room by room, take in the exciting view for miles around from Glencairn's tower, relax with some treats in the Castle Café-or go outside to enjoy the peaceful cloister and beautiful grounds. Along with hands-on activities for the younger set, this year's festival features a few new artists and craftspeople among the familiar favorites: 1. Glassblowing with Jason Klein 2. Metal forging with Mike Rossi 3. Stained glass painting with J. Kenneth Leap 4. Sand mandala completion and dismantling with Losang Samten 5. Icon writing with Susan Kelly vonMedicus 6. Stone carving with Jens Langlotz 7. Replica Gutenberg-era printing press with Kirsten Gyllenhaal 8. Barn star painting with Patrick Donmoyer 9. Manuscript illumination with Sarah Dressler Of special interest: Tibetan Buddhist sand mandala, created over 5 days and ritually dismantled late Sunday afternoon by The Venerable Lama Losang Samten. Besides completion and then dismantling of the mandala during the festival, visitors to the museum can view Losang's creation of this colorful piece in the Great Hall 1 to 4:30 daily beginning Wednesday, April 19. Donations welcome April 19-22; included in Sacred Arts Festival admission April 23. Glassblowing with Historical Glassworks' Jason Klein, who is working to bring medieval skills back to life while researching the centuries' old striated ruby red glass that Bryn Athyn artisans famously recreated in the early 20th century. After demonstrating his artisan skills at the festival, Jason returns to Glencairn to repeat his demonstration on Thursday, April 27, 9:30-12:30, for a special Homeschool Day for young people and families. To join this additional session, please call the Museum at 267.502.2990. Admission is $5 per person. Barn star painting with Patrick Donmoyer, director of the Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center at Kutztown University and guest curator for Glencairn's current special exhibition "Powwowing in Pennsylvania: Healing Rituals of the Dutch Country." Patrick will explain how Pennsylvania German immigrants' "hex signs" developed and what the design elements mean. The Castle Café is again hosted by Huntingdon Valley's Be Well Bakery, offering Be Well's bakery snacks, fresh gourmet coffee and hot tea for purchase. Please note: During the festival, the elevator stops only at the 1st and 5th floors and the Tower. Please use the stairs while exploring Glencairn Museum's galleries on all other floors. No strollers or backpack-style baby carriers allowed in the Museum and no wheelchairs permitted beyond the first floor. Photography for private use is permitted. No flash, tripods, selfie-sticks or videography. Glencairn Museum is at 1001 Cathedral Road, Bryn Athyn 19009. For more information, visit www.glencairnmuseum.org or call 267.502.2990. Festival admission is $10 adults, $8 seniors/students with ID, FREE for Museum members and children 3 and under. It includes all festival demonstrations and access to the galleries and the tower as well as the Museum’s 15-minute orientation video and cell-phone audio tour inside and outside the castle. At the door. SHOW LESS
TIBETAN BUDDHIST SAND MANDALA CREATION AT GLENCAIRN MUSEUM       4/19/17-4/23/17
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Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road , BRYN ATHYN , PA
Time: 1-4:30pm 4/19-22; included in festival admission 1-5:00pm 4/23
Contact: 2675022990    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Venerable Lama Losang Samten, a Tibetan Buddhist monk who regularly demonstrates the making of a sand mandala at the Museum's annual spring Sacred Arts Festival, is in Glencairn's Great Hall Wednesday through Sunday, April 19-23. Donations welcome April 19-22; included in Sacred Arts Festival admission April 23. The Great Hall is open afternoons for self-guided tours of the space. Using small tubes, funnels and scrapers ...READ MORE called chak-pur, Losang deftly sifts colored fine sand onto areas of the mandala to develop the intricate, brilliantly hued design. Working from 1 to 4:30 each day, Losang patiently builds the mandala over five days, explaining the time-consuming process to visitors. At 4:00 on April 23, Sacred Arts Festival guests may participate in the ritual dismantling of the mandala and even take home some of the colored sand. Please note: No strollers or backpack-style baby carriers allowed in the Museum and no wheelchairs permitted beyond the first floor. Photography for private use is permitted. No flash, tripods, selfie-sticks or videography. Donations welcome April 19-22; included in Sacred Arts Festival admission April 23 ($10 adults, $8 seniors/students with ID, FREE for Museum members and children 3 and under). The Great Hall is open afternoons for self-guided tours of the space. At the door. SHOW LESS
GLASSBLOWING DEMO AT GLENCAIRN MUSEUM       4/23/17-4/27/17
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Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road , BRYN ATHYN , PA
Time: 1-5pm Apr 23 during Sacred Arts Festival; 9:30am-12:30pm Apr 27
Contact: 2675022990    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Jason Klein of Historical Glassworks has blown glass objects of all kinds and experimented with new and old techniques to create glass forms and colors. His custom pieces can be found in collections and practical use as well as in the movies. While bringing medieval skills back to life and sharing them with the public, he is also researching the centuries' old striated ruby red glass that Bryn Athyn artisans famously recreated ...READ MORE in the early 20th century. Jason will repeat his April 23 Glencairn Museum Sacred Arts Festival demonstration of glassblowing on Thursday, April 27, 9:30-12:30, at a special Glencairn Homeschool Day presentation for young people and families. To join this additional session, please call the Museum at 267.502.2990. Admission is $5 per person. Please note: No strollers or backpack-style baby carriers allowed in the Museum and no wheelchairs permitted beyond the first floor. Photography for private use is permitted. No flash, tripods, selfie-sticks or videography. $10 adults, $8 seniors/students with ID, FREE for members and children 3 and under Apr 23 during Sacred Arts Festival; $5 per person Apr 27 At the door Apr 23 Call for openings Apr 27: 267.502.2990 SHOW LESS
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
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The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
ART SHOW       4/20/17-4/30/17

Peace Valley Nature Center, 170 N. Chapman Rd. , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: 10am-5pm
Contact: 215-345-7860    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Art Show by Julie and Ron Zigler. Stop by to view some wonderful bird photos by Ron Zigler,many of which were taken here at Peace Valley Nature Center, and original nature artwork by Julie Zigler. No Fee
"START TREK" ART EXHIBITION       4/21/17-5/8/17

The Gallery at Lower Bucks Campus, 1304 Veterans Highway , BRISTOL , PA
Time: Monday through Thursday, 7 AM – 10 PM, Friday 7 AM – 4 PM, Saturday, 8 AM – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: 267 685 4800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

This exhibition features area artists exploring ideas related to science fiction and the universe. Free admission
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
FAMILY CLAY PROJECT       4/23/17
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Tyler Park Center for the Arts, 10 Stable Mill Trail , RICHBORO , PA
Time: Sundays 1 - 3 except holidays or Tyler Park Events -- see website
Contact: 2672180290    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Create each Sunday's handbuilt project in this fun clay workshop. Pick up after fired to hight temperature. Adult family members welcome to participate! Walking pots, Animal creations, Fairy or Critter houses, cups & plates and more! *Children over 7 attend by themselves, under 7 must be accompanied by an adult who will assist the child with their clay project. Register single sessions @ $25 for each participating child ...READ MORE or adult (no fee for adults assisting children under 7). Discount of $10 for advance registrations for 4 consecutive-listed sessions – discounted to $90 per participant Check dates & register online at www.earthcenterpottery.com/family-friends-and-me/ SHOW LESS
NORRISTOWN REMEMBERED: THE ART OF FRANK BATSON       2/21/17-4/29/17
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Historical Society of Montgomery County, 1654 DeKalb Street , NORRISTOWN , PA
Time: Mondays-Thursdays: 9 a.m.-4:30 pm; Tuesdays-Wednesdays: 1 pm-7:30 pm
Contact: 6102720297    EMAIL

The Historical Society of Montgomery County is pleased to announce a new exhibition in its gallery that will run from February 21, 2017, to April 29, 2017. "Norristown Remembered" will feature Frank Batson's paintings of Norristown and the surrounding region. A Norristown native, Frank Batson has been interested in art nearly all of his life. Batson graduated from Norristown High School in 1954, and many of his paintings ...READ MORE are inspired by his memories of Norristown and the surrounding area from the 1940s, '50s, and '60s. Some of the buildings and places still remain. Other scenes are long gone, but Batson's paintings bring these places back to life. Batson, now a resident of Worcester, paints from both photographs and personal memory to bring back these views of Montgomery County with remarkable accuracy. The exhibit is open during the Society's normal hours of operation and is free and open to the public. The Historical Society is open Monday and Thursday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday, 1 p.m.-8 p.m. For Saturday hours call 610-272-0297. Free SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
26TH ANNUAL CHURCHVILLE PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB CONTEST AWARD RECEPTION AND EXHIBIT       4/8/17-4/23/17

Churchville Nature Center, 501 Churchville Lane, , CHURCHVILLE , PA
Time: Awards 4/8 7PM to 9PM, Show 4/9 to 4/23 10AM to 5PM Closed Mondays
Sponsored by: Churchvile Photography Club
Contact: Scott Petersen 215 771 8757    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Churchville Photography Club invites photographers to enter its Twenty-Sixth Annual Photography Contest. Winners will be featured in exhibition at the Churchville Nature Center April 8th through April 23rd 2017. An opening reception will be held on Saturday evening, April 8th from 7-9 pm at the Churchville Nature Center, 501 Churchville Lane, Churchville, PA. Prizes will be awarded at that time. Entry forms and contest ...READ MORE rules can be downloaded from www.churchvillephoto.net under Contests and Critiques/Annual Contest, available at local camera shops and the Churchville Nature Center, or by calling (215) 771-8757. Entries will be accepted at the Churchville Nature Center, 501 Churchville Lane, Churchville PA from 10 am to 4 pm on March 18th and March 19th only. A cash prize of $150 will be awarded for Best of Show. Additional prizes and ribbons will be awarded in each of the following categories: Landscape, Black and White, Flora and Fauna, Street Photography, Music, Alternative, Body of Work, Abstract, and Children's Open. The category "Body of Work" will display four images as one entry comprising a common theme. The entry fee is $5 per photo, $3 for students aged 14-18 and free for children ages 13 and under. A "Body of work" entry of four images is $15. reception and show are free SHOW LESS
THE ART OF FRANK BATSON       2/21/17-4/26/17

Historical Society of Montgomery County, 1654 DeKalb Street , NORRISTOWN , PA
Time: Mondays-Thursdays: 9 a.m.-4:30 pm; Tuesdays-Wednesdays: 1 pm-7:30 pm
Contact: Barry Rauhauser 610-272-0297    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Historical Society of Montgomery County is pleased to announce a new exhibition in its gallery that will run from February 21, 2017, to April 29, 2017. "Norristown Remembered" will feature Frank Batson's paintings of Norristown and the surrounding region. A Norristown native, Frank Batson has been interested in art for nearly all of his life. Batson graduated in 1954 from Norristown High School and many of his paintings ...READ MORE are inspired by his memories of Norristown and the surrounding area from the 1940s, '50s, and '60s. Some of the buildings and places still remain. Other scenes are long gone, but Batson's paintings bring these places back to life. Batson, now a resident of Worcester, paints from both photographs and personal memory to bring back these views of Montgomery County with remarkable accuracy. The exhibit is open during our normal hours of operation and is free and open to the public. The Historical Society is open Monday and Thursday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday, 1 p.m.-8 p.m. For Saturday hours call 610-272-0297. Free SHOW LESS
Events For 4/24/17 (Monday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
ANDALUSIA OPEN MONDAY       4/24/17

Andalusia Mansion, 1237 State Road , BENSALEM , PA
Time: Tours at 10 am and 1pm
Sponsored by: Andalusia Foundation
Contact: 215-245-5479    WEBSITE

Mondays from 04/03-10/30, closed major holidays. Guided house and self-guided garden tours of Andalusia, the National Historic Landmark home of Nicholas Biddle, President of the 2nd United States Bank. $20 per person Reservations required, please call 215-245-5479. Other tours, Tuesday-Friday by appointment. $20 Purchase tickets at the door
GLASSBLOWING DEMO AT GLENCAIRN MUSEUM       4/23/17-4/27/17
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Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road , BRYN ATHYN , PA
Time: 1-5pm Apr 23 during Sacred Arts Festival; 9:30am-12:30pm Apr 27
Contact: 2675022990    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Jason Klein of Historical Glassworks has blown glass objects of all kinds and experimented with new and old techniques to create glass forms and colors. His custom pieces can be found in collections and practical use as well as in the movies. While bringing medieval skills back to life and sharing them with the public, he is also researching the centuries' old striated ruby red glass that Bryn Athyn artisans famously recreated ...READ MORE in the early 20th century. Jason will repeat his April 23 Glencairn Museum Sacred Arts Festival demonstration of glassblowing on Thursday, April 27, 9:30-12:30, at a special Glencairn Homeschool Day presentation for young people and families. To join this additional session, please call the Museum at 267.502.2990. Admission is $5 per person. Please note: No strollers or backpack-style baby carriers allowed in the Museum and no wheelchairs permitted beyond the first floor. Photography for private use is permitted. No flash, tripods, selfie-sticks or videography. $10 adults, $8 seniors/students with ID, FREE for members and children 3 and under Apr 23 during Sacred Arts Festival; $5 per person Apr 27 At the door Apr 23 Call for openings Apr 27: 267.502.2990 SHOW LESS
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
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The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
ART SHOW       4/20/17-4/30/17

Peace Valley Nature Center, 170 N. Chapman Rd. , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: 10am-5pm
Contact: 215-345-7860    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Art Show by Julie and Ron Zigler. Stop by to view some wonderful bird photos by Ron Zigler,many of which were taken here at Peace Valley Nature Center, and original nature artwork by Julie Zigler. No Fee
"START TREK" ART EXHIBITION       4/21/17-5/8/17

The Gallery at Lower Bucks Campus, 1304 Veterans Highway , BRISTOL , PA
Time: Monday through Thursday, 7 AM – 10 PM, Friday 7 AM – 4 PM, Saturday, 8 AM – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: 267 685 4800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

This exhibition features area artists exploring ideas related to science fiction and the universe. Free admission
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
NORRISTOWN REMEMBERED: THE ART OF FRANK BATSON       2/21/17-4/29/17
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Historical Society of Montgomery County, 1654 DeKalb Street , NORRISTOWN , PA
Time: Mondays-Thursdays: 9 a.m.-4:30 pm; Tuesdays-Wednesdays: 1 pm-7:30 pm
Contact: 6102720297    EMAIL

The Historical Society of Montgomery County is pleased to announce a new exhibition in its gallery that will run from February 21, 2017, to April 29, 2017. "Norristown Remembered" will feature Frank Batson's paintings of Norristown and the surrounding region. A Norristown native, Frank Batson has been interested in art nearly all of his life. Batson graduated from Norristown High School in 1954, and many of his paintings ...READ MORE are inspired by his memories of Norristown and the surrounding area from the 1940s, '50s, and '60s. Some of the buildings and places still remain. Other scenes are long gone, but Batson's paintings bring these places back to life. Batson, now a resident of Worcester, paints from both photographs and personal memory to bring back these views of Montgomery County with remarkable accuracy. The exhibit is open during the Society's normal hours of operation and is free and open to the public. The Historical Society is open Monday and Thursday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday, 1 p.m.-8 p.m. For Saturday hours call 610-272-0297. Free SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
THE ART OF FRANK BATSON       2/21/17-4/26/17

Historical Society of Montgomery County, 1654 DeKalb Street , NORRISTOWN , PA
Time: Mondays-Thursdays: 9 a.m.-4:30 pm; Tuesdays-Wednesdays: 1 pm-7:30 pm
Contact: Barry Rauhauser 610-272-0297    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Historical Society of Montgomery County is pleased to announce a new exhibition in its gallery that will run from February 21, 2017, to April 29, 2017. "Norristown Remembered" will feature Frank Batson's paintings of Norristown and the surrounding region. A Norristown native, Frank Batson has been interested in art for nearly all of his life. Batson graduated in 1954 from Norristown High School and many of his paintings ...READ MORE are inspired by his memories of Norristown and the surrounding area from the 1940s, '50s, and '60s. Some of the buildings and places still remain. Other scenes are long gone, but Batson's paintings bring these places back to life. Batson, now a resident of Worcester, paints from both photographs and personal memory to bring back these views of Montgomery County with remarkable accuracy. The exhibit is open during our normal hours of operation and is free and open to the public. The Historical Society is open Monday and Thursday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday, 1 p.m.-8 p.m. For Saturday hours call 610-272-0297. Free SHOW LESS
Events For 4/25/17 (Tuesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
GLASSBLOWING DEMO AT GLENCAIRN MUSEUM       4/23/17-4/27/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road , BRYN ATHYN , PA
Time: 1-5pm Apr 23 during Sacred Arts Festival; 9:30am-12:30pm Apr 27
Contact: 2675022990    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Jason Klein of Historical Glassworks has blown glass objects of all kinds and experimented with new and old techniques to create glass forms and colors. His custom pieces can be found in collections and practical use as well as in the movies. While bringing medieval skills back to life and sharing them with the public, he is also researching the centuries' old striated ruby red glass that Bryn Athyn artisans famously recreated ...READ MORE in the early 20th century. Jason will repeat his April 23 Glencairn Museum Sacred Arts Festival demonstration of glassblowing on Thursday, April 27, 9:30-12:30, at a special Glencairn Homeschool Day presentation for young people and families. To join this additional session, please call the Museum at 267.502.2990. Admission is $5 per person. Please note: No strollers or backpack-style baby carriers allowed in the Museum and no wheelchairs permitted beyond the first floor. Photography for private use is permitted. No flash, tripods, selfie-sticks or videography. $10 adults, $8 seniors/students with ID, FREE for members and children 3 and under Apr 23 during Sacred Arts Festival; $5 per person Apr 27 At the door Apr 23 Call for openings Apr 27: 267.502.2990 SHOW LESS
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
ART SHOW       4/20/17-4/30/17

Peace Valley Nature Center, 170 N. Chapman Rd. , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: 10am-5pm
Contact: 215-345-7860    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Art Show by Julie and Ron Zigler. Stop by to view some wonderful bird photos by Ron Zigler,many of which were taken here at Peace Valley Nature Center, and original nature artwork by Julie Zigler. No Fee
"START TREK" ART EXHIBITION       4/21/17-5/8/17

The Gallery at Lower Bucks Campus, 1304 Veterans Highway , BRISTOL , PA
Time: Monday through Thursday, 7 AM – 10 PM, Friday 7 AM – 4 PM, Saturday, 8 AM – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: 267 685 4800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

This exhibition features area artists exploring ideas related to science fiction and the universe. Free admission
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
STRUCTURES & STORIES: CONTEMPORARY BOOK ARTS       4/25/17-4/27/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Artmobile (parked across from 3-D Arts Building) , 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: 10 AM – 2 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"Structures & Stories" investigates artists' books in expressive and unique structures - from traditional scroll, accordion and codex, to pop-up, tunnel and carousel books. Three dozen culturally diverse artists, many of national stature, exhibit more than 70 works. Free admission
NORRISTOWN REMEMBERED: THE ART OF FRANK BATSON       2/21/17-4/29/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Historical Society of Montgomery County, 1654 DeKalb Street , NORRISTOWN , PA
Time: Mondays-Thursdays: 9 a.m.-4:30 pm; Tuesdays-Wednesdays: 1 pm-7:30 pm
Contact: 6102720297    EMAIL

The Historical Society of Montgomery County is pleased to announce a new exhibition in its gallery that will run from February 21, 2017, to April 29, 2017. "Norristown Remembered" will feature Frank Batson's paintings of Norristown and the surrounding region. A Norristown native, Frank Batson has been interested in art nearly all of his life. Batson graduated from Norristown High School in 1954, and many of his paintings ...READ MORE are inspired by his memories of Norristown and the surrounding area from the 1940s, '50s, and '60s. Some of the buildings and places still remain. Other scenes are long gone, but Batson's paintings bring these places back to life. Batson, now a resident of Worcester, paints from both photographs and personal memory to bring back these views of Montgomery County with remarkable accuracy. The exhibit is open during the Society's normal hours of operation and is free and open to the public. The Historical Society is open Monday and Thursday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday, 1 p.m.-8 p.m. For Saturday hours call 610-272-0297. Free SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
THE ART OF FRANK BATSON       2/21/17-4/26/17

Historical Society of Montgomery County, 1654 DeKalb Street , NORRISTOWN , PA
Time: Mondays-Thursdays: 9 a.m.-4:30 pm; Tuesdays-Wednesdays: 1 pm-7:30 pm
Contact: Barry Rauhauser 610-272-0297    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Historical Society of Montgomery County is pleased to announce a new exhibition in its gallery that will run from February 21, 2017, to April 29, 2017. "Norristown Remembered" will feature Frank Batson's paintings of Norristown and the surrounding region. A Norristown native, Frank Batson has been interested in art for nearly all of his life. Batson graduated in 1954 from Norristown High School and many of his paintings ...READ MORE are inspired by his memories of Norristown and the surrounding area from the 1940s, '50s, and '60s. Some of the buildings and places still remain. Other scenes are long gone, but Batson's paintings bring these places back to life. Batson, now a resident of Worcester, paints from both photographs and personal memory to bring back these views of Montgomery County with remarkable accuracy. The exhibit is open during our normal hours of operation and is free and open to the public. The Historical Society is open Monday and Thursday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday, 1 p.m.-8 p.m. For Saturday hours call 610-272-0297. Free SHOW LESS
Events For 4/26/17 (Wednesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
GLASSBLOWING DEMO AT GLENCAIRN MUSEUM       4/23/17-4/27/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road , BRYN ATHYN , PA
Time: 1-5pm Apr 23 during Sacred Arts Festival; 9:30am-12:30pm Apr 27
Contact: 2675022990    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Jason Klein of Historical Glassworks has blown glass objects of all kinds and experimented with new and old techniques to create glass forms and colors. His custom pieces can be found in collections and practical use as well as in the movies. While bringing medieval skills back to life and sharing them with the public, he is also researching the centuries' old striated ruby red glass that Bryn Athyn artisans famously recreated ...READ MORE in the early 20th century. Jason will repeat his April 23 Glencairn Museum Sacred Arts Festival demonstration of glassblowing on Thursday, April 27, 9:30-12:30, at a special Glencairn Homeschool Day presentation for young people and families. To join this additional session, please call the Museum at 267.502.2990. Admission is $5 per person. Please note: No strollers or backpack-style baby carriers allowed in the Museum and no wheelchairs permitted beyond the first floor. Photography for private use is permitted. No flash, tripods, selfie-sticks or videography. $10 adults, $8 seniors/students with ID, FREE for members and children 3 and under Apr 23 during Sacred Arts Festival; $5 per person Apr 27 At the door Apr 23 Call for openings Apr 27: 267.502.2990 SHOW LESS
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
ART SHOW       4/20/17-4/30/17

Peace Valley Nature Center, 170 N. Chapman Rd. , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: 10am-5pm
Contact: 215-345-7860    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Art Show by Julie and Ron Zigler. Stop by to view some wonderful bird photos by Ron Zigler,many of which were taken here at Peace Valley Nature Center, and original nature artwork by Julie Zigler. No Fee
"START TREK" ART EXHIBITION       4/21/17-5/8/17

The Gallery at Lower Bucks Campus, 1304 Veterans Highway , BRISTOL , PA
Time: Monday through Thursday, 7 AM – 10 PM, Friday 7 AM – 4 PM, Saturday, 8 AM – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: 267 685 4800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

This exhibition features area artists exploring ideas related to science fiction and the universe. Free admission
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
STRUCTURES & STORIES: CONTEMPORARY BOOK ARTS       4/25/17-4/27/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Artmobile (parked across from 3-D Arts Building) , 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: 10 AM – 2 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"Structures & Stories" investigates artists' books in expressive and unique structures - from traditional scroll, accordion and codex, to pop-up, tunnel and carousel books. Three dozen culturally diverse artists, many of national stature, exhibit more than 70 works. Free admission
NORRISTOWN REMEMBERED: THE ART OF FRANK BATSON       2/21/17-4/29/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Historical Society of Montgomery County, 1654 DeKalb Street , NORRISTOWN , PA
Time: Mondays-Thursdays: 9 a.m.-4:30 pm; Tuesdays-Wednesdays: 1 pm-7:30 pm
Contact: 6102720297    EMAIL

The Historical Society of Montgomery County is pleased to announce a new exhibition in its gallery that will run from February 21, 2017, to April 29, 2017. "Norristown Remembered" will feature Frank Batson's paintings of Norristown and the surrounding region. A Norristown native, Frank Batson has been interested in art nearly all of his life. Batson graduated from Norristown High School in 1954, and many of his paintings ...READ MORE are inspired by his memories of Norristown and the surrounding area from the 1940s, '50s, and '60s. Some of the buildings and places still remain. Other scenes are long gone, but Batson's paintings bring these places back to life. Batson, now a resident of Worcester, paints from both photographs and personal memory to bring back these views of Montgomery County with remarkable accuracy. The exhibit is open during the Society's normal hours of operation and is free and open to the public. The Historical Society is open Monday and Thursday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday, 1 p.m.-8 p.m. For Saturday hours call 610-272-0297. Free SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
THE ART OF FRANK BATSON       2/21/17-4/26/17

Historical Society of Montgomery County, 1654 DeKalb Street , NORRISTOWN , PA
Time: Mondays-Thursdays: 9 a.m.-4:30 pm; Tuesdays-Wednesdays: 1 pm-7:30 pm
Contact: Barry Rauhauser 610-272-0297    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Historical Society of Montgomery County is pleased to announce a new exhibition in its gallery that will run from February 21, 2017, to April 29, 2017. "Norristown Remembered" will feature Frank Batson's paintings of Norristown and the surrounding region. A Norristown native, Frank Batson has been interested in art for nearly all of his life. Batson graduated in 1954 from Norristown High School and many of his paintings ...READ MORE are inspired by his memories of Norristown and the surrounding area from the 1940s, '50s, and '60s. Some of the buildings and places still remain. Other scenes are long gone, but Batson's paintings bring these places back to life. Batson, now a resident of Worcester, paints from both photographs and personal memory to bring back these views of Montgomery County with remarkable accuracy. The exhibit is open during our normal hours of operation and is free and open to the public. The Historical Society is open Monday and Thursday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday, 1 p.m.-8 p.m. For Saturday hours call 610-272-0297. Free SHOW LESS
Events For 4/27/17 (Thursday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
GLASSBLOWING DEMO AT GLENCAIRN MUSEUM       4/23/17-4/27/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Glencairn Museum, 1001 Cathedral Road , BRYN ATHYN , PA
Time: 1-5pm Apr 23 during Sacred Arts Festival; 9:30am-12:30pm Apr 27
Contact: 2675022990    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Jason Klein of Historical Glassworks has blown glass objects of all kinds and experimented with new and old techniques to create glass forms and colors. His custom pieces can be found in collections and practical use as well as in the movies. While bringing medieval skills back to life and sharing them with the public, he is also researching the centuries' old striated ruby red glass that Bryn Athyn artisans famously recreated ...READ MORE in the early 20th century. Jason will repeat his April 23 Glencairn Museum Sacred Arts Festival demonstration of glassblowing on Thursday, April 27, 9:30-12:30, at a special Glencairn Homeschool Day presentation for young people and families. To join this additional session, please call the Museum at 267.502.2990. Admission is $5 per person. Please note: No strollers or backpack-style baby carriers allowed in the Museum and no wheelchairs permitted beyond the first floor. Photography for private use is permitted. No flash, tripods, selfie-sticks or videography. $10 adults, $8 seniors/students with ID, FREE for members and children 3 and under Apr 23 during Sacred Arts Festival; $5 per person Apr 27 At the door Apr 23 Call for openings Apr 27: 267.502.2990 SHOW LESS
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
ART SHOW       4/20/17-4/30/17

Peace Valley Nature Center, 170 N. Chapman Rd. , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: 10am-5pm
Contact: 215-345-7860    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Art Show by Julie and Ron Zigler. Stop by to view some wonderful bird photos by Ron Zigler,many of which were taken here at Peace Valley Nature Center, and original nature artwork by Julie Zigler. No Fee
"START TREK" ART EXHIBITION       4/21/17-5/8/17

The Gallery at Lower Bucks Campus, 1304 Veterans Highway , BRISTOL , PA
Time: Monday through Thursday, 7 AM – 10 PM, Friday 7 AM – 4 PM, Saturday, 8 AM – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: 267 685 4800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

This exhibition features area artists exploring ideas related to science fiction and the universe. Free admission
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
STRUCTURES & STORIES: CONTEMPORARY BOOK ARTS       4/25/17-4/27/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Artmobile (parked across from 3-D Arts Building) , 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: 10 AM – 2 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"Structures & Stories" investigates artists' books in expressive and unique structures - from traditional scroll, accordion and codex, to pop-up, tunnel and carousel books. Three dozen culturally diverse artists, many of national stature, exhibit more than 70 works. Free admission
52ND ANNUAL STUDENT EXHIBITION       4/27/17-5/9/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Hicks Art Center Gallery, 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: Monday and Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9 AM – 8 PM, Saturday, 9 AM – 12 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A showcase of the best work made by students in the Arts Department. The reception features a dessert buffet prepared by the students of the Bucks Chef Apprenticeship Pastry Arts Program. Arts Scholarship and Award Ceremony, 2 PM. Free admission
NORRISTOWN REMEMBERED: THE ART OF FRANK BATSON       2/21/17-4/29/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Historical Society of Montgomery County, 1654 DeKalb Street , NORRISTOWN , PA
Time: Mondays-Thursdays: 9 a.m.-4:30 pm; Tuesdays-Wednesdays: 1 pm-7:30 pm
Contact: 6102720297    EMAIL

The Historical Society of Montgomery County is pleased to announce a new exhibition in its gallery that will run from February 21, 2017, to April 29, 2017. "Norristown Remembered" will feature Frank Batson's paintings of Norristown and the surrounding region. A Norristown native, Frank Batson has been interested in art nearly all of his life. Batson graduated from Norristown High School in 1954, and many of his paintings ...READ MORE are inspired by his memories of Norristown and the surrounding area from the 1940s, '50s, and '60s. Some of the buildings and places still remain. Other scenes are long gone, but Batson's paintings bring these places back to life. Batson, now a resident of Worcester, paints from both photographs and personal memory to bring back these views of Montgomery County with remarkable accuracy. The exhibit is open during the Society's normal hours of operation and is free and open to the public. The Historical Society is open Monday and Thursday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday, 1 p.m.-8 p.m. For Saturday hours call 610-272-0297. Free SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 4/28/17 (Friday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
1ST ANNUAL OPEN JURIED ART SHOW       4/28/17-4/30/17

Art Center at Ambler, Ambler SAAC, 45 Forest Avenue , AMBLER , PA
Time: April 28, 6-9 pm, April 29 & 30, 11-4 PM
Sponsored by: Art Center at Ambler
Contact: Sherrie Longello, 215-672-2221    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Art Center at Ambler is hosting its 1st Annual Open Juried Art Exhibition at their facility in Ambler. Local artists will display their work, and awards will be given to the best entries in the fields of painting, ceramics, photography/graphics. Our resident quilters will also display their work. The Opening Reception is Friday, April 28, from 6-9 pm, offering light refreshments, silent auction, raffles, and FUN. FREE
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
ART SHOW       4/20/17-4/30/17

Peace Valley Nature Center, 170 N. Chapman Rd. , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: 10am-5pm
Contact: 215-345-7860    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Art Show by Julie and Ron Zigler. Stop by to view some wonderful bird photos by Ron Zigler,many of which were taken here at Peace Valley Nature Center, and original nature artwork by Julie Zigler. No Fee
"START TREK" ART EXHIBITION       4/21/17-5/8/17

The Gallery at Lower Bucks Campus, 1304 Veterans Highway , BRISTOL , PA
Time: Monday through Thursday, 7 AM – 10 PM, Friday 7 AM – 4 PM, Saturday, 8 AM – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: 267 685 4800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

This exhibition features area artists exploring ideas related to science fiction and the universe. Free admission
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
52ND ANNUAL STUDENT EXHIBITION       4/27/17-5/9/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Hicks Art Center Gallery, 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: Monday and Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9 AM – 8 PM, Saturday, 9 AM – 12 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A showcase of the best work made by students in the Arts Department. The reception features a dessert buffet prepared by the students of the Bucks Chef Apprenticeship Pastry Arts Program. Arts Scholarship and Award Ceremony, 2 PM. Free admission
NORRISTOWN REMEMBERED: THE ART OF FRANK BATSON       2/21/17-4/29/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Historical Society of Montgomery County, 1654 DeKalb Street , NORRISTOWN , PA
Time: Mondays-Thursdays: 9 a.m.-4:30 pm; Tuesdays-Wednesdays: 1 pm-7:30 pm
Contact: 6102720297    EMAIL

The Historical Society of Montgomery County is pleased to announce a new exhibition in its gallery that will run from February 21, 2017, to April 29, 2017. "Norristown Remembered" will feature Frank Batson's paintings of Norristown and the surrounding region. A Norristown native, Frank Batson has been interested in art nearly all of his life. Batson graduated from Norristown High School in 1954, and many of his paintings ...READ MORE are inspired by his memories of Norristown and the surrounding area from the 1940s, '50s, and '60s. Some of the buildings and places still remain. Other scenes are long gone, but Batson's paintings bring these places back to life. Batson, now a resident of Worcester, paints from both photographs and personal memory to bring back these views of Montgomery County with remarkable accuracy. The exhibit is open during the Society's normal hours of operation and is free and open to the public. The Historical Society is open Monday and Thursday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday, 1 p.m.-8 p.m. For Saturday hours call 610-272-0297. Free SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
TAKE A TOUR OF HISTORIC PENNYPACKER MILLS!       4/28/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Pennypacker Mills mansion, 5 Haldeman Road , SCHWENKSVILLE , PA
Time: Tues-Sat: 10 am to 4 pm; Sun: 1 to 4 pm
Sponsored by: Pennypacker Mills
Contact: 610-287-9349    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Historic Pennypacker Mills was the home of Pennsylvania Governor Samuel W. Pennypacker (1903-1907) and his family from 1900 to 1916. Home to eight generations of Pennypackers, the mansion is completely furnished with family heirlooms and includes many personal and official documents from his term in office. Combined, the site offers a very complete story of the Governor's accomplishments as well as what life was like in the early ...READ MORE 20th century. Set on 170 acres of farmland, the site represents a country-gentlemen's estate. Tours of the Pennypacker mansion offer visitors a glimpse of the lives of this well-educated Pennsylvania family, the social and cultural times they lived in, and what servant life was like here. Visitors will tour through two floors of the mansion, including the Galleries where changing exhibits highlight life in the early 20th century. Check our website for the latest exhibit. Visitors will also see the Cook's bedroom and enter the Servant's area where they'll discover what it was like to cook on a coal stove and what modern conveniences were available to both the family and their servants. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm; & Sunday, 1 to 4 pm Closed all Mondays & County Holidays. Tours are offered year-round & take approximately one hour. Last tour at 3 pm. Groups of 10 or more should contact the office in advance to arrange a tour. FREE, suggested donation $2/person. SHOW LESS
1ST ANNUAL OPEN JURIED ART EXHIBIT & SALE       4/28/17-4/30/17

Art Center at Ambler, 45 Forest Avenue , AMBLER , PA
Time: Friday, 6-9, Saturday/Sunday, 11-4
Contact: 2679757555    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Art Center at Ambler will host an Open Juried Art Exhibition & Sale at our facility in Ambler April 28, 29, and 30. Local artists are invited to display their work, and awards will be given to the best entries in the fields of painting, ceramics, photography/graphics. Opening Reception April 28, 6:00-9:00 pm. Exhibit runs all weekend, offering silent auction, raffles, door prizes, etc. Awards presented at our Closing Reception on April 30 at 4 pm. Free
Events For 4/29/17 (Saturday)

KRISTINE KEATING 'INNER INTEGRATION'       4/29/17-4/30/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Road , ERWINNA , PA    (MAP)
Time: 1:00 - 5:00 pm
Contact: 610-294-9420    WEBSITE    EMAIL

People from all walks of life come to visit the various galleries in Bucks County on a yearly basis. City dwellers seeking alternatives to the hustle and bustle have been drawn to the quiet and picturesque location for many years. The area houses some of the most outstanding galleries for art collectors and enthusiasts to enjoy. The Stover Mill Gallery, along the Delaware River in Erwinna has been featuring the art of local artists ...READ MORE since 1959 and has featured many strong shows over the years. Next month's solo exhibition featuring minimalistic landscape painter, Kristine Keating, is no exception. Keating's work has almost an esoteric feel due to its dark tones, deep texture and her focus on shadow and light. This upcoming show titled "Inner Integration" is a great example of her popular 'Shadowlands' series that can only be fully appreciated in person, as the subtle qualities of her paintings are lost in reproduction. The artist reception is on April 1 from 1-5 pm. The refreshments include fresh pressed juices, raw gourmet cheeses and vegan desserts. Free N/A SHOW LESS
CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
ENCOUNTERING ART & NATURE AT GROUNDS FOR SCULPTURE       4/29/17

Kevin& Sima Zlock Performing Arts Center, Newtown, BCCC campus, 275 Swamp Road, 18940 , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: 9:00 a.m. lecture begins
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College Foundation
Contact: Lyle Rosenberger, 215.968.8224    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Michael Strengari, head horticulturist at Grounds for Sculpture (GFS), will discuss the idiosyncratic design of the 35 - acre landscape park with art. GFS was envisioned as an exhibition of large contemporary collection of sculptures within a natural setting. Mr. Strengari will discuss how the former NJ fairgrounds was transformed into a landscape park with art, water features, mounds and thousands of trees and shrubs thriving ...READ MORE together. Strengari is a graduate of the Longwood Gardens Professional Program. 15.00 general admission, 10.00 veterans & BCCC alumni, 5.00 students bucks.edu/foundation/events Att: L.Rosenberger, Bucks CCC, 301 Grupp Hall, 275 Swamp Road, Newtown, PA 18940 SHOW LESS
1ST ANNUAL OPEN JURIED ART SHOW       4/28/17-4/30/17

Art Center at Ambler, Ambler SAAC, 45 Forest Avenue , AMBLER , PA
Time: April 28, 6-9 pm, April 29 & 30, 11-4 PM
Sponsored by: Art Center at Ambler
Contact: Sherrie Longello, 215-672-2221    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Art Center at Ambler is hosting its 1st Annual Open Juried Art Exhibition at their facility in Ambler. Local artists will display their work, and awards will be given to the best entries in the fields of painting, ceramics, photography/graphics. Our resident quilters will also display their work. The Opening Reception is Friday, April 28, from 6-9 pm, offering light refreshments, silent auction, raffles, and FUN. FREE
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
ART SHOW       4/20/17-4/30/17

Peace Valley Nature Center, 170 N. Chapman Rd. , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: 10am-5pm
Contact: 215-345-7860    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Art Show by Julie and Ron Zigler. Stop by to view some wonderful bird photos by Ron Zigler,many of which were taken here at Peace Valley Nature Center, and original nature artwork by Julie Zigler. No Fee
"START TREK" ART EXHIBITION       4/21/17-5/8/17

The Gallery at Lower Bucks Campus, 1304 Veterans Highway , BRISTOL , PA
Time: Monday through Thursday, 7 AM – 10 PM, Friday 7 AM – 4 PM, Saturday, 8 AM – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: 267 685 4800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

This exhibition features area artists exploring ideas related to science fiction and the universe. Free admission
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
52ND ANNUAL STUDENT EXHIBITION       4/27/17-5/9/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Hicks Art Center Gallery, 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: Monday and Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9 AM – 8 PM, Saturday, 9 AM – 12 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A showcase of the best work made by students in the Arts Department. The reception features a dessert buffet prepared by the students of the Bucks Chef Apprenticeship Pastry Arts Program. Arts Scholarship and Award Ceremony, 2 PM. Free admission
NORRISTOWN REMEMBERED: THE ART OF FRANK BATSON       2/21/17-4/29/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Historical Society of Montgomery County, 1654 DeKalb Street , NORRISTOWN , PA
Time: Mondays-Thursdays: 9 a.m.-4:30 pm; Tuesdays-Wednesdays: 1 pm-7:30 pm
Contact: 6102720297    EMAIL

The Historical Society of Montgomery County is pleased to announce a new exhibition in its gallery that will run from February 21, 2017, to April 29, 2017. "Norristown Remembered" will feature Frank Batson's paintings of Norristown and the surrounding region. A Norristown native, Frank Batson has been interested in art nearly all of his life. Batson graduated from Norristown High School in 1954, and many of his paintings ...READ MORE are inspired by his memories of Norristown and the surrounding area from the 1940s, '50s, and '60s. Some of the buildings and places still remain. Other scenes are long gone, but Batson's paintings bring these places back to life. Batson, now a resident of Worcester, paints from both photographs and personal memory to bring back these views of Montgomery County with remarkable accuracy. The exhibit is open during the Society's normal hours of operation and is free and open to the public. The Historical Society is open Monday and Thursday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday, 1 p.m.-8 p.m. For Saturday hours call 610-272-0297. Free SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
1ST ANNUAL OPEN JURIED ART EXHIBIT & SALE       4/28/17-4/30/17

Art Center at Ambler, 45 Forest Avenue , AMBLER , PA
Time: Friday, 6-9, Saturday/Sunday, 11-4
Contact: 2679757555    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Art Center at Ambler will host an Open Juried Art Exhibition & Sale at our facility in Ambler April 28, 29, and 30. Local artists are invited to display their work, and awards will be given to the best entries in the fields of painting, ceramics, photography/graphics. Opening Reception April 28, 6:00-9:00 pm. Exhibit runs all weekend, offering silent auction, raffles, door prizes, etc. Awards presented at our Closing Reception on April 30 at 4 pm. Free
Events For 4/30/17 (Sunday)

KRISTINE KEATING 'INNER INTEGRATION'       4/29/17-4/30/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Road , ERWINNA , PA    (MAP)
Time: 1:00 - 5:00 pm
Contact: 610-294-9420    WEBSITE    EMAIL

People from all walks of life come to visit the various galleries in Bucks County on a yearly basis. City dwellers seeking alternatives to the hustle and bustle have been drawn to the quiet and picturesque location for many years. The area houses some of the most outstanding galleries for art collectors and enthusiasts to enjoy. The Stover Mill Gallery, along the Delaware River in Erwinna has been featuring the art of local artists ...READ MORE since 1959 and has featured many strong shows over the years. Next month's solo exhibition featuring minimalistic landscape painter, Kristine Keating, is no exception. Keating's work has almost an esoteric feel due to its dark tones, deep texture and her focus on shadow and light. This upcoming show titled "Inner Integration" is a great example of her popular 'Shadowlands' series that can only be fully appreciated in person, as the subtle qualities of her paintings are lost in reproduction. The artist reception is on April 1 from 1-5 pm. The refreshments include fresh pressed juices, raw gourmet cheeses and vegan desserts. Free N/A SHOW LESS
CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
1ST ANNUAL OPEN JURIED ART SHOW       4/28/17-4/30/17

Art Center at Ambler, Ambler SAAC, 45 Forest Avenue , AMBLER , PA
Time: April 28, 6-9 pm, April 29 & 30, 11-4 PM
Sponsored by: Art Center at Ambler
Contact: Sherrie Longello, 215-672-2221    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Art Center at Ambler is hosting its 1st Annual Open Juried Art Exhibition at their facility in Ambler. Local artists will display their work, and awards will be given to the best entries in the fields of painting, ceramics, photography/graphics. Our resident quilters will also display their work. The Opening Reception is Friday, April 28, from 6-9 pm, offering light refreshments, silent auction, raffles, and FUN. FREE
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
ART SHOW       4/20/17-4/30/17

Peace Valley Nature Center, 170 N. Chapman Rd. , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: 10am-5pm
Contact: 215-345-7860    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Art Show by Julie and Ron Zigler. Stop by to view some wonderful bird photos by Ron Zigler,many of which were taken here at Peace Valley Nature Center, and original nature artwork by Julie Zigler. No Fee
"START TREK" ART EXHIBITION       4/21/17-5/8/17

The Gallery at Lower Bucks Campus, 1304 Veterans Highway , BRISTOL , PA
Time: Monday through Thursday, 7 AM – 10 PM, Friday 7 AM – 4 PM, Saturday, 8 AM – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: 267 685 4800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

This exhibition features area artists exploring ideas related to science fiction and the universe. Free admission
RECEPTION FOR 52ND ANNUAL STUDENT EXHIBITION       4/30/17

Hicks Art Center Gallery, 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: 1 – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Student Exhibition's reception features a dessert buffet prepared by the students of the Bucks Chef Apprenticeship Pastry Arts Program. Arts Scholarship and Award Ceremony, 2 PM. Free admission
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
ARTMOBILE 40TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION       4/30/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Artmobile (parked across from 3-D Arts Building) , 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: 1 – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Join us as we celebrate Artmobile with cake and festivities! Enjoy our interactive exhibit, "Structures & Stories: Contemporary Book Arts". Make a zine! Share your memories in video interviews! Free admission
52ND ANNUAL STUDENT EXHIBITION       4/27/17-5/9/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Hicks Art Center Gallery, 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: Monday and Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9 AM – 8 PM, Saturday, 9 AM – 12 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A showcase of the best work made by students in the Arts Department. The reception features a dessert buffet prepared by the students of the Bucks Chef Apprenticeship Pastry Arts Program. Arts Scholarship and Award Ceremony, 2 PM. Free admission
ARTS AT BUCKS 2017 OPEN STUDIOS AND ARTS DEMONSTRATIONS       4/30/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Hicks Art Center and 3-D Arts Building, 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: 1 – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Open Studios for Ceramics Fine Woodworking, Jewelry, Photography, Printmaking, Glassblowing and Sculpture. Demonstrations of Wheel-throwing and Hand-building, Wood Turning, Glassblowing, and a Bronze Pour. Free admission
ARTS AT BUCKS 2017 STUDENT ART & CRAFT SALE       4/30/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

3-D Courtyard (weather permitting) or 3-D Arts 001, 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: 1 – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Artwork made by students in the Arts Department. Free admission
FAMILY CLAY PROJECT       4/30/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Tyler Park Center for the Arts, 10 Stable Mill Trail , RICHBORO , PA
Time: Sundays 1 - 3 except holidays or Tyler Park Events -- see website
Contact: 2672180290    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Create each Sunday's handbuilt project in this fun clay workshop. Projects will be fired to high temperature. Adult family members welcome to participate! Project may be Fairy or Critter houses, animal mug, vase, plate or more! *Children over 7 attend by themselves, under 7 must be accompanied by an adult who will assist the child with their clay project. Register single sessions @ $25 for each participating child and ...READ MORE adult (no fee for adults assisting children under 7). Discount of $10 for advance registrations for 4 consecutive-listed sessions – discounted to $90 per participant Check dates & register online at www.earthcenterpottery.com/family-friends-and-me/ SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
1ST ANNUAL OPEN JURIED ART EXHIBIT & SALE       4/28/17-4/30/17

Art Center at Ambler, 45 Forest Avenue , AMBLER , PA
Time: Friday, 6-9, Saturday/Sunday, 11-4
Contact: 2679757555    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Art Center at Ambler will host an Open Juried Art Exhibition & Sale at our facility in Ambler April 28, 29, and 30. Local artists are invited to display their work, and awards will be given to the best entries in the fields of painting, ceramics, photography/graphics. Opening Reception April 28, 6:00-9:00 pm. Exhibit runs all weekend, offering silent auction, raffles, door prizes, etc. Awards presented at our Closing Reception on April 30 at 4 pm. Free
Events For 5/1/17 (Monday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
ANDALUSIA OPEN MONDAY       5/1/17

Andalusia Mansion, 1237 State Road , BENSALEM , PA
Time: Tours at 10 am and 1pm
Sponsored by: Andalusia Foundation
Contact: 215-245-5479    WEBSITE

Mondays from 04/03-10/30, closed major holidays. Guided house and self-guided garden tours of Andalusia, the National Historic Landmark home of Nicholas Biddle, President of the 2nd United States Bank. $20 per person Reservations required, please call 215-245-5479. Other tours, Tuesday-Friday by appointment. $20 Purchase tickets at the door
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
"START TREK" ART EXHIBITION       4/21/17-5/8/17

The Gallery at Lower Bucks Campus, 1304 Veterans Highway , BRISTOL , PA
Time: Monday through Thursday, 7 AM – 10 PM, Friday 7 AM – 4 PM, Saturday, 8 AM – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: 267 685 4800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

This exhibition features area artists exploring ideas related to science fiction and the universe. Free admission
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
52ND ANNUAL STUDENT EXHIBITION       4/27/17-5/9/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Hicks Art Center Gallery, 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: Monday and Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9 AM – 8 PM, Saturday, 9 AM – 12 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A showcase of the best work made by students in the Arts Department. The reception features a dessert buffet prepared by the students of the Bucks Chef Apprenticeship Pastry Arts Program. Arts Scholarship and Award Ceremony, 2 PM. Free admission
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/2/17 (Tuesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
"START TREK" ART EXHIBITION       4/21/17-5/8/17

The Gallery at Lower Bucks Campus, 1304 Veterans Highway , BRISTOL , PA
Time: Monday through Thursday, 7 AM – 10 PM, Friday 7 AM – 4 PM, Saturday, 8 AM – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: 267 685 4800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

This exhibition features area artists exploring ideas related to science fiction and the universe. Free admission
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
52ND ANNUAL STUDENT EXHIBITION       4/27/17-5/9/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Hicks Art Center Gallery, 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: Monday and Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9 AM – 8 PM, Saturday, 9 AM – 12 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A showcase of the best work made by students in the Arts Department. The reception features a dessert buffet prepared by the students of the Bucks Chef Apprenticeship Pastry Arts Program. Arts Scholarship and Award Ceremony, 2 PM. Free admission
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/3/17 (Wednesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
IN SIMILAR LIKENESS: BLACK WOMEN'S FIGURATIVE ART       5/3/17

Rago Arts and Auction Center, 333 N Main St , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: 5:00pm-7:00pm
Contact: 6098799661    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Curator for the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Kelli Morgan is a critical race cultural historian - a cultural historian with a scholarly commitment to the investigation of race in art and visual culture. Her specialty within this field is American art and visual culture that challenges or mirrors our country's systemized anti-Black violence and oppression. On Wednesday, May 3, Rago Arts and Auction Center hosts an open ...READ MORE house with Kelli Morgan titled, "In Similar Likeness: Black Women's Figurative Art." Morgan will discuss the works of African American artists, such as Edmonia Lewis, Elizabeth Catlett, Meta Warrick Fuller, and Laura Wheeler Waring who, despite living during an era that typically confined African American women to domestic work, still found the strength and inspiration to pursue their artistic dreams. Morgan will explore some of these artists' most popular works, demonstrating how they visualized the multidimensionality innate to the Black female experience for more than one-hundred years. The open house begins at 5:00 p.m. at the Rago Arts and Auction Center. The talk begins at 6:00 p.m. Free Free SHOW LESS
"START TREK" ART EXHIBITION       4/21/17-5/8/17

The Gallery at Lower Bucks Campus, 1304 Veterans Highway , BRISTOL , PA
Time: Monday through Thursday, 7 AM – 10 PM, Friday 7 AM – 4 PM, Saturday, 8 AM – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: 267 685 4800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

This exhibition features area artists exploring ideas related to science fiction and the universe. Free admission
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
52ND ANNUAL STUDENT EXHIBITION       4/27/17-5/9/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Hicks Art Center Gallery, 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: Monday and Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9 AM – 8 PM, Saturday, 9 AM – 12 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A showcase of the best work made by students in the Arts Department. The reception features a dessert buffet prepared by the students of the Bucks Chef Apprenticeship Pastry Arts Program. Arts Scholarship and Award Ceremony, 2 PM. Free admission
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/4/17 (Thursday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
"START TREK" ART EXHIBITION       4/21/17-5/8/17

The Gallery at Lower Bucks Campus, 1304 Veterans Highway , BRISTOL , PA
Time: Monday through Thursday, 7 AM – 10 PM, Friday 7 AM – 4 PM, Saturday, 8 AM – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: 267 685 4800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

This exhibition features area artists exploring ideas related to science fiction and the universe. Free admission
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
52ND ANNUAL STUDENT EXHIBITION       4/27/17-5/9/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Hicks Art Center Gallery, 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: Monday and Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9 AM – 8 PM, Saturday, 9 AM – 12 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A showcase of the best work made by students in the Arts Department. The reception features a dessert buffet prepared by the students of the Bucks Chef Apprenticeship Pastry Arts Program. Arts Scholarship and Award Ceremony, 2 PM. Free admission
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/5/17 (Friday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
FIRST FRIDAY BETHLEHEM       5/5/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Banana Factory Arts Center, 25 W. Third St. , BETHLEHEM , PA
Time: 6-9pm
Contact: 610-332-1300    WEBSITE

On the first Friday of every month, South Bethlehem comes alive for a community celebration. Local merchants, restaurants and galleries open their doors to celebrate our awesome community. Our First Friday activities are headquartered at the Banana Factory Arts Center - The fun kicks off at 6pm each month and wraps up around 9pm. This event is FREE for everyone, family friendly and full of creative activities! Visit all the Resident ...READ MORE Artist studios and meet the individuals creating the incredible work on display throughout the Banana Factory. Additional public parking is available across the street from the Banana Factory at the Riverport Garage. SHOW LESS
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
THE HUNTERDON ART TOUR       5/5/17-5/7/17

Go to website for Artists' studio locations, see website , HUNTERDON COUNTY , NJ
Time: Friday, May 5: 7pm - 9pm; Saturday, May 6 & Sunday, May 7 10am to 6pm
Sponsored by: The Hunterdon Art Tour/River Union Stage
Contact: Catherine Suttle    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Hunterdon County wide studio art tour of 37 artists and 14 destinations. Friday night's opening event is a benefit, exhibition and sale of artwork, wine tasting and music at Hunterdon Art Museum in Clinton, New Jersey. Artists's studios and destinations are open Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 6pm. Go to the website for a map of the Tour. Go to our Facebook page to sign up for the free opening night event. Free Go to thehunterdonarttour ...READ MORE Facebook page to obtain a free ticket for opening night. Go to www.thehunterdonarttour.com to see artists' profiles and a map of the tour SHOW LESS
PER DIEM SPACE FIRST FRIDAY EVENT       5/5/17
Live Music Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Country Music, Live Bands

Per Diem Space, LLC, 528 W Market St , PERKASIE , PA
Time: 5:30pm to 8:00 pm
Contact: 2673541120    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Join us for a fun evening! First Friday at Per Diem Space featuring Perkasie Pop Art by Emily Smith and Handmade Jewelry by Jamie Roman. Live Music, Light refreshments, Free Will Beer, Wine and other treats! Free Free
"START TREK" ART EXHIBITION       4/21/17-5/8/17

The Gallery at Lower Bucks Campus, 1304 Veterans Highway , BRISTOL , PA
Time: Monday through Thursday, 7 AM – 10 PM, Friday 7 AM – 4 PM, Saturday, 8 AM – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: 267 685 4800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

This exhibition features area artists exploring ideas related to science fiction and the universe. Free admission
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
52ND ANNUAL STUDENT EXHIBITION       4/27/17-5/9/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Hicks Art Center Gallery, 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: Monday and Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9 AM – 8 PM, Saturday, 9 AM – 12 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A showcase of the best work made by students in the Arts Department. The reception features a dessert buffet prepared by the students of the Bucks Chef Apprenticeship Pastry Arts Program. Arts Scholarship and Award Ceremony, 2 PM. Free admission
TAKE A TOUR OF HISTORIC PENNYPACKER MILLS!       5/5/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Pennypacker Mills mansion, 5 Haldeman Road , SCHWENKSVILLE , PA
Time: Tues-Sat: 10 am to 4 pm; Sun: 1 to 4 pm
Sponsored by: Pennypacker Mills
Contact: 610-287-9349    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Historic Pennypacker Mills was the home of Pennsylvania Governor Samuel W. Pennypacker (1903-1907) and his family from 1900 to 1916. Home to eight generations of Pennypackers, the mansion is completely furnished with family heirlooms and includes many personal and official documents from his term in office. Combined, the site offers a very complete story of the Governor's accomplishments as well as what life was like in the early ...READ MORE 20th century. Set on 170 acres of farmland, the site represents a country-gentlemen's estate. Tours of the Pennypacker mansion offer visitors a glimpse of the lives of this well-educated Pennsylvania family, the social and cultural times they lived in, and what servant life was like here. Visitors will tour through two floors of the mansion, including the Galleries where changing exhibits highlight life in the early 20th century. Check our website for the latest exhibit. Visitors will also see the Cook's bedroom and enter the Servant's area where they'll discover what it was like to cook on a coal stove and what modern conveniences were available to both the family and their servants. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm; & Sunday, 1 to 4 pm Closed all Mondays & County Holidays. Tours are offered year-round & take approximately one hour. Last tour at 3 pm. Groups of 10 or more should contact the office in advance to arrange a tour. FREE, suggested donation $2/person. SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/6/17 (Saturday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
"ROAD TRIPS" SOLO EXHIBITION - HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN       5/6/17-5/7/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Road , ERWINNA , PA
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Association
Contact: Helena 215 348 1794    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Solo Exhibition of Pastels and Oils by Bucks County artist, Helena van Emmerik-Finn Scenes from Bucks County, the river towns and a trip to the Northwest USA. free
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
THE HUNTERDON ART TOUR       5/5/17-5/7/17

Go to website for Artists' studio locations, see website , HUNTERDON COUNTY , NJ
Time: Friday, May 5: 7pm - 9pm; Saturday, May 6 & Sunday, May 7 10am to 6pm
Sponsored by: The Hunterdon Art Tour/River Union Stage
Contact: Catherine Suttle    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Hunterdon County wide studio art tour of 37 artists and 14 destinations. Friday night's opening event is a benefit, exhibition and sale of artwork, wine tasting and music at Hunterdon Art Museum in Clinton, New Jersey. Artists's studios and destinations are open Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 6pm. Go to the website for a map of the Tour. Go to our Facebook page to sign up for the free opening night event. Free Go to thehunterdonarttour ...READ MORE Facebook page to obtain a free ticket for opening night. Go to www.thehunterdonarttour.com to see artists' profiles and a map of the tour SHOW LESS
ARTS AT THE PENNYPACK LAND TRUST       5/6/17
Live Music Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Country Music, Live Bands Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Pennypack Ecological Restoration Trust, 2955 Edge Hill Road , HUNTINGDON VALLEY , PA
Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Contact: 2156570830    WEBSITE    EMAIL

First annual fine arts, photography, music and crafts festival. Native plant sale by the Trust. Vendor space available $10 plus bring your table. Acoustic music after noon. Inclement weather cancels this event. No entry fee NA
SOLO EXHIBITION - HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN       5/6/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Road , ERWINNA , PA
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Association
Contact: Helena 215 348 1794    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"Road Trips" Solo Exhibition of Pastels and Oils by Helena van Emmerik-Finn Weekends in the month of May
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
"START TREK" ART EXHIBITION       4/21/17-5/8/17

The Gallery at Lower Bucks Campus, 1304 Veterans Highway , BRISTOL , PA
Time: Monday through Thursday, 7 AM – 10 PM, Friday 7 AM – 4 PM, Saturday, 8 AM – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: 267 685 4800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

This exhibition features area artists exploring ideas related to science fiction and the universe. Free admission
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
52ND ANNUAL STUDENT EXHIBITION       4/27/17-5/9/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Hicks Art Center Gallery, 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: Monday and Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9 AM – 8 PM, Saturday, 9 AM – 12 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A showcase of the best work made by students in the Arts Department. The reception features a dessert buffet prepared by the students of the Bucks Chef Apprenticeship Pastry Arts Program. Arts Scholarship and Award Ceremony, 2 PM. Free admission
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/7/17 (Sunday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
"ROAD TRIPS" SOLO EXHIBITION - HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN       5/6/17-5/7/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Road , ERWINNA , PA
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Association
Contact: Helena 215 348 1794    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Solo Exhibition of Pastels and Oils by Bucks County artist, Helena van Emmerik-Finn Scenes from Bucks County, the river towns and a trip to the Northwest USA. free
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
THE HUNTERDON ART TOUR       5/5/17-5/7/17

Go to website for Artists' studio locations, see website , HUNTERDON COUNTY , NJ
Time: Friday, May 5: 7pm - 9pm; Saturday, May 6 & Sunday, May 7 10am to 6pm
Sponsored by: The Hunterdon Art Tour/River Union Stage
Contact: Catherine Suttle    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Hunterdon County wide studio art tour of 37 artists and 14 destinations. Friday night's opening event is a benefit, exhibition and sale of artwork, wine tasting and music at Hunterdon Art Museum in Clinton, New Jersey. Artists's studios and destinations are open Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 6pm. Go to the website for a map of the Tour. Go to our Facebook page to sign up for the free opening night event. Free Go to thehunterdonarttour ...READ MORE Facebook page to obtain a free ticket for opening night. Go to www.thehunterdonarttour.com to see artists' profiles and a map of the tour SHOW LESS
ARTIST JIM LUKENS SUNDAY MAY 7TH       5/7/17

Chapman Gallery, 46 East State Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: 12 to 4pm
Contact: John 215-348-2011    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Jim Lukens First Sunday Celebration May 7th 12-4pm Stop by Chapman Gallery to meet Bucks County Artist Jim Lukens and view his beautiful paintings free
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
"START TREK" ART EXHIBITION       4/21/17-5/8/17

The Gallery at Lower Bucks Campus, 1304 Veterans Highway , BRISTOL , PA
Time: Monday through Thursday, 7 AM – 10 PM, Friday 7 AM – 4 PM, Saturday, 8 AM – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: 267 685 4800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

This exhibition features area artists exploring ideas related to science fiction and the universe. Free admission
NEWTOWN'S WELCOME DAY       5/7/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Sycamore Street , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: 11am to 4 pm
Sponsored by: Newtown Business Association
Contact: Beverly Dimler    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Newtown Street Fair with Flair! An Annual Event sponsored by the Newtown Business Association and held along Sycamore Street in Newtown, PA. Artists, crafters, vendors and fun activities for the whole family are organized by members of the Newtown Business Association. Visit the Food Court for Tasty Treats! Arts and Crafts show with Local Artists! Participate in the Passport Challenge to win prizes. Event held rain or shine. FREE ADMISSION!
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
FAMILY CLAY PROJECT       5/7/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Tyler Park Center for the Arts, 10 Stable Mill Trail , RICHBORO , PA
Time: Sundays 1 - 3 except holidays or Tyler Park Events
Contact: 672180290    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Create each Sunday's handbuilt project in this fun clay workshop. Pick up after fired to hight temperature. Adult family members welcome to participate! Walking pots, Animal creations, Fairy or Critter houses, cups & plates and more! *Children over 7 attend by themselves, under 7 must be accompanied by an adult who will assist the child with their clay project. Register for a single sessions @ $25 for each participating ...READ MORE child or adult (no fee for adults assisting children under 7). Discount of $10 for advance registrations for 4 consecutive-listed sessions – discounted to $90 per participant Check dates & register online at www.earthcenterpottery.com/family-friends-and-me/ SHOW LESS
52ND ANNUAL STUDENT EXHIBITION       4/27/17-5/9/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Hicks Art Center Gallery, 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: Monday and Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9 AM – 8 PM, Saturday, 9 AM – 12 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A showcase of the best work made by students in the Arts Department. The reception features a dessert buffet prepared by the students of the Bucks Chef Apprenticeship Pastry Arts Program. Arts Scholarship and Award Ceremony, 2 PM. Free admission
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/8/17 (Monday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
ANDALUSIA OPEN MONDAY       5/8/17

Andalusia Mansion, 1237 State Road , BENSALEM , PA
Time: Tours at 10 am and 1pm
Sponsored by: Andalusia Foundation
Contact: 215-245-5479    WEBSITE

Mondays from 04/03-10/30, closed major holidays. Guided house and self-guided garden tours of Andalusia, the National Historic Landmark home of Nicholas Biddle, President of the 2nd United States Bank. $20 per person Reservations required, please call 215-245-5479. Other tours, Tuesday-Friday by appointment. $20 Purchase tickets at the door
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
"START TREK" ART EXHIBITION       4/21/17-5/8/17

The Gallery at Lower Bucks Campus, 1304 Veterans Highway , BRISTOL , PA
Time: Monday through Thursday, 7 AM – 10 PM, Friday 7 AM – 4 PM, Saturday, 8 AM – 4 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: 267 685 4800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

This exhibition features area artists exploring ideas related to science fiction and the universe. Free admission
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
52ND ANNUAL STUDENT EXHIBITION       4/27/17-5/9/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Hicks Art Center Gallery, 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: Monday and Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9 AM – 8 PM, Saturday, 9 AM – 12 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A showcase of the best work made by students in the Arts Department. The reception features a dessert buffet prepared by the students of the Bucks Chef Apprenticeship Pastry Arts Program. Arts Scholarship and Award Ceremony, 2 PM. Free admission
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/9/17 (Tuesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
52ND ANNUAL STUDENT EXHIBITION       4/27/17-5/9/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Hicks Art Center Gallery, 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Time: Monday and Friday, 9 AM – 4 PM, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9 AM – 8 PM, Saturday, 9 AM – 12 PM
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College
Contact: (215) 968-8425    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A showcase of the best work made by students in the Arts Department. The reception features a dessert buffet prepared by the students of the Bucks Chef Apprenticeship Pastry Arts Program. Arts Scholarship and Award Ceremony, 2 PM. Free admission
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/10/17 (Wednesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/11/17 (Thursday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/12/17 (Friday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
TAKE A TOUR OF HISTORIC PENNYPACKER MILLS!       5/12/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Pennypacker Mills mansion, 5 Haldeman Road , SCHWENKSVILLE , PA
Time: Tues-Sat: 10 am to 4 pm; Sun: 1 to 4 pm
Sponsored by: Pennypacker Mills
Contact: 610-287-9349    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Historic Pennypacker Mills was the home of Pennsylvania Governor Samuel W. Pennypacker (1903-1907) and his family from 1900 to 1916. Home to eight generations of Pennypackers, the mansion is completely furnished with family heirlooms and includes many personal and official documents from his term in office. Combined, the site offers a very complete story of the Governor's accomplishments as well as what life was like in the early ...READ MORE 20th century. Set on 170 acres of farmland, the site represents a country-gentlemen's estate. Tours of the Pennypacker mansion offer visitors a glimpse of the lives of this well-educated Pennsylvania family, the social and cultural times they lived in, and what servant life was like here. Visitors will tour through two floors of the mansion, including the Galleries where changing exhibits highlight life in the early 20th century. Check our website for the latest exhibit. Visitors will also see the Cook's bedroom and enter the Servant's area where they'll discover what it was like to cook on a coal stove and what modern conveniences were available to both the family and their servants. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm; & Sunday, 1 to 4 pm Closed all Mondays & County Holidays. Tours are offered year-round & take approximately one hour. Last tour at 3 pm. Groups of 10 or more should contact the office in advance to arrange a tour. FREE, suggested donation $2/person. SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/13/17 (Saturday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMY OF THE FINE ARTS PRESENTS OBSERVE AND CREATE: STAMP, STENCIL AND PAINT       5/13/17

Free Library of Northampton Township, 25 Upper Holland Rd. , RICHBORO , PA
Time: 2:00 PM
Contact: Linda Rowan 215-357-3050    WEBSITE    EMAIL

During WWI, stenciling and stamping became very popular for marking boxes shipped abroad. Participants will explore PAFA's World War I and American Art exhibit, discuss examples of common design principles found in posters and illustrations and then create their own mixed media artwork. All materials provided. Seating is limited please register by calling 215-357-3050. Sponsored by the Friends of Northampton Library. FREE
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
"ROAD TRIPS" SOLO EXHIBITION - HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN       5/13/17-5/14/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Road , ERWINNA , PA
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Association
Contact: Helena 215 348 1794    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Solo Exhibition of Pastels and Oils by Bucks County artist, Helena van Emmerik-Finn Scenes from Bucks County, the river towns and a trip to the Northwest USA. free
SOLO EXHIBITION - HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN       5/13/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Road , ERWINNA , PA
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Association
Contact: Helena 215 348 1794    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"Road Trips" Solo Exhibition of Pastels and Oils by Helena van Emmerik-Finn Weekends in the month of May
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/14/17 (Sunday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
"ROAD TRIPS" SOLO EXHIBITION - HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN       5/13/17-5/14/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Road , ERWINNA , PA
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Association
Contact: Helena 215 348 1794    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Solo Exhibition of Pastels and Oils by Bucks County artist, Helena van Emmerik-Finn Scenes from Bucks County, the river towns and a trip to the Northwest USA. free
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
FAMILY CLAY PROJECT       5/14/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Tyler Park Center for the Arts, 10 Stable Mill Trail , RICHBORO , PA
Time: Sundays 1 - 3 except holidays or Tyler Park Events -- see website
Contact: 2672180290    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Create each Sunday's handbuilt project in this fun clay workshop. Projects will be fired to high temperature. Adult family members welcome to participate! Project may be Fairy or Critter houses, animal mug, vase, plate or more! *Children over 7 attend by themselves, under 7 must be accompanied by an adult who will assist the child with their clay project. Register single sessions @ $25 for each participating child and ...READ MORE adult (no fee for adults assisting children under 7). Discount of $10 for advance registrations for 4 consecutive-listed sessions – discounted to $90 per participant Check dates & register online at www.earthcenterpottery.com/family-friends-and-me/ SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/15/17 (Monday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
ANDALUSIA OPEN MONDAY       5/15/17

Andalusia Mansion, 1237 State Road , BENSALEM , PA
Time: Tours at 10 am and 1pm
Sponsored by: Andalusia Foundation
Contact: 215-245-5479    WEBSITE

Mondays from 04/03-10/30, closed major holidays. Guided house and self-guided garden tours of Andalusia, the National Historic Landmark home of Nicholas Biddle, President of the 2nd United States Bank. $20 per person Reservations required, please call 215-245-5479. Other tours, Tuesday-Friday by appointment. $20 Purchase tickets at the door
BUCKS COUNTY MULTIMEDIA ARTIST LUCIA GRILLETTO'S SOLO EXHIBITION       4/18/17-5/15/17
Film and Theatrical Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Movies, Cinema

The Bank of Princeton's gallery, 10 Bridge Street , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: Mon. - Thurs 9 - 5 Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9 - 12
Sponsored by: The Bank of Princeton
Contact: Lucia Grilletto 650-922-7196    EMAIL

Lucia Grilletto multimedia artist will be exhibiting her art in a solo show at the Bank of Princeton's art gallery, Lambertville, N.J. You can view her work Starting today and thru May 15th, 2017.She works in several mediums, such as reverse painting on glass, oils, watercolor and acrylic will be on display. Free
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/16/17 (Tuesday)

BUCKS-MONT ART LEAGUE       5/16/17

Ben Wilson Senior Center, 580 Delmont Avenue , WARMINSTER , PA
Time: 6:00 pm
Sponsored by: Bucks-Mont Art League
Contact: Dawn Parks, 215-674-4292    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Attention All Art Lovers! Beginners and Advances Artists Welcome! Display your work at area locations! The Bucks-Mont Art League meets ever 3rd Tuesday of the Month at 6:00 pm in the Ben Wilson Senior Center, 580 Delmont Avenue, Warminster, PA 18974. Guests Speakers each month. Meetings are for Artists, Art Lovers, Young & Old. Bring a friend.
CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/17/17 (Wednesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE AMERICAN STUDIO FURNITURE MOVEMENT IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY       5/17/17

Rago Arts and Auction Center, 333 N Main St , LAMBERTVILLE , NJ
Time: 5:00pm-7:00pm
Contact: 6098799661    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Mark Sfirri is a designer and furniture maker who studied under Tage Frid at Rhode Island School of Design and has run the Fine Woodworking Program at Bucks County Community College in Newtown, Pennsylvania since 1981. He designs and makes furniture and sculpture, mostly in wood, and incorporates lathe-turned forms on multiple axis in his work. He has lectured and demonstrated his techniques throughout North America and Europe, ...READ MORE as well as in Australia and New Zealand, and has written eighteen articles on design, technique and history for a number of craft publications. On Thursday, May 17, Rago Arts and Auction Center hosts an open house with Mark Sfirri titled, "The Development of the American Studio Furniture Movement in the Twentieth Century." Sfirri will trace the historical roots and evolution of the American studio furniture movement - from the early days of the Arts and Crafts movement, through the Mid-Century studio movement, to the introduction of new techniques and the practitioners at work today. The open house begins at 5:00 p.m. at the Rago Arts and Auction Center. The talk begins at 6:00 p.m. Free Free SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/18/17 (Thursday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION       5/18/17

Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: 10:00 am
Contact: Gina Seklecki    EMAIL

Take a tour of all the fun volunteer projects you can choose from at Pearl S. Buck International. If you ever wanted to know if there was something you'd enjoy, come meet with the team and find out. No obligation. Come learn about us! Complimentary www.PearlSBuck.org/Volunteer
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/19/17 (Friday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
CELEBRATION OF THE ARTS WEEKEND       5/19/17-5/21/17
Live Music Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Country Music, Live Bands Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

The Barn Studio Gallery at Gronendahl Farm, 4783 Landisville Road , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Friday 1-7pm, Saturday 11-6pm, Sunday 12-4pm
Sponsored by: The Arts and Cultural Council of Bucks County
Contact: Stephanie Lisle    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Arts and Cultural Council of Bucks County is hosting a Celebration of the Arts Weekend, featuring artwork on display by a great variety of Bucks County artists, a unique opportunity to observe a Plein Air Quick Draw on Saturday, LIVE music, food and drink and an afternoon tea with the artists. The Art Show will be on display and open to the public from Friday to Sunday afternoon and will feature works in a variety of mediums ...READ MORE in the visual arts, including photography, painting, sculpture and printmaking. The "Four Elements" Quick Draw competition is a fun two-hour Plein Air paint out open to professionals and amateurs alike. Together, artists and spectators are immersed in the creative process. After the paint out, the paintings will be viewed for judging, prizing and purchase until the end of the show on Sunday, May 21st. During this event we are featuring a Hewn Spirits and Bucks County Brewery Tasting. SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
TAKE A TOUR OF HISTORIC PENNYPACKER MILLS!       5/19/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Pennypacker Mills mansion, 5 Haldeman Road , SCHWENKSVILLE , PA
Time: Tues-Sat: 10 am to 4 pm; Sun: 1 to 4 pm
Sponsored by: Pennypacker Mills
Contact: 610-287-9349    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Historic Pennypacker Mills was the home of Pennsylvania Governor Samuel W. Pennypacker (1903-1907) and his family from 1900 to 1916. Home to eight generations of Pennypackers, the mansion is completely furnished with family heirlooms and includes many personal and official documents from his term in office. Combined, the site offers a very complete story of the Governor's accomplishments as well as what life was like in the early ...READ MORE 20th century. Set on 170 acres of farmland, the site represents a country-gentlemen's estate. Tours of the Pennypacker mansion offer visitors a glimpse of the lives of this well-educated Pennsylvania family, the social and cultural times they lived in, and what servant life was like here. Visitors will tour through two floors of the mansion, including the Galleries where changing exhibits highlight life in the early 20th century. Check our website for the latest exhibit. Visitors will also see the Cook's bedroom and enter the Servant's area where they'll discover what it was like to cook on a coal stove and what modern conveniences were available to both the family and their servants. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm; & Sunday, 1 to 4 pm Closed all Mondays & County Holidays. Tours are offered year-round & take approximately one hour. Last tour at 3 pm. Groups of 10 or more should contact the office in advance to arrange a tour. FREE, suggested donation $2/person. SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/20/17 (Saturday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
CELEBRATION OF THE ARTS WEEKEND       5/19/17-5/21/17
Live Music Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Country Music, Live Bands Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

The Barn Studio Gallery at Gronendahl Farm, 4783 Landisville Road , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Friday 1-7pm, Saturday 11-6pm, Sunday 12-4pm
Sponsored by: The Arts and Cultural Council of Bucks County
Contact: Stephanie Lisle    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Arts and Cultural Council of Bucks County is hosting a Celebration of the Arts Weekend, featuring artwork on display by a great variety of Bucks County artists, a unique opportunity to observe a Plein Air Quick Draw on Saturday, LIVE music, food and drink and an afternoon tea with the artists. The Art Show will be on display and open to the public from Friday to Sunday afternoon and will feature works in a variety of mediums ...READ MORE in the visual arts, including photography, painting, sculpture and printmaking. The "Four Elements" Quick Draw competition is a fun two-hour Plein Air paint out open to professionals and amateurs alike. Together, artists and spectators are immersed in the creative process. After the paint out, the paintings will be viewed for judging, prizing and purchase until the end of the show on Sunday, May 21st. During this event we are featuring a Hewn Spirits and Bucks County Brewery Tasting. SHOW LESS
SOLO EXHIBITION - HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN       5/20/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Road , ERWINNA , PA
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Association
Contact: Helena 215 348 1794    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"Road Trips" Solo Exhibition of Pastels and Oils by Helena van Emmerik-Finn Weekends in the month of May
"ROAD TRIPS" SOLO EXHIBITION - HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN       5/20/17-5/21/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Road , ERWINNA , PA
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Association
Contact: Helena 215 348 1794    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Solo Exhibition of Pastels and Oils by Bucks County artist, Helena van Emmerik-Finn Scenes from Bucks County, the river towns and a trip to the Northwest USA. free
19TH ANNUAL TILE FESTIVAL       5/20/17-5/21/17

Moravian Pottery and Tile Works, 130 E. Swamp Road , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Saturday 10-5, Sunday 10-4
Contact: 215-348-6090    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A two day show and sale of handcrafted decorative tiles, mosaics and other creative ceramic-ware by over 30 contemporary tile artisans from many states. Admission includes free tour of the Tile Works, a National Historic Landmark. Rain or shine, no pets allowed, food concessionaire on premise, free parking. $6.00 18 and over; $5.00 with this listing; 17 and under free at event
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
TILE FESTIVAL 2017       5/20/17-5/21/17

Moravian Pottery and Tile Works, 152 E. Swamp Road , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Saturday 10-5, Sunday 10-4
Sponsored by: Bucks County Parks and Recreation Department
Contact: 215-348-6090    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The 19th annual Tile Festival hosted by the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works will feature over 30 contemporary tile artisans displaying and selling their creative work in tile and mosaic expression, and including other handmade ceramic offerings, such as plaques, sconces, bowls, cups and other vessels. Great selection for counter tops and backsplashes. Free tour of Tile Works. Free parking. Rain or shine. No pets, please. Food ...READ MORE concessionaire on site. $6 adults ($5 with this notice), 17 and under free At event. SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/21/17 (Sunday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
CELEBRATION OF THE ARTS WEEKEND       5/19/17-5/21/17
Live Music Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Country Music, Live Bands Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

The Barn Studio Gallery at Gronendahl Farm, 4783 Landisville Road , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Friday 1-7pm, Saturday 11-6pm, Sunday 12-4pm
Sponsored by: The Arts and Cultural Council of Bucks County
Contact: Stephanie Lisle    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Arts and Cultural Council of Bucks County is hosting a Celebration of the Arts Weekend, featuring artwork on display by a great variety of Bucks County artists, a unique opportunity to observe a Plein Air Quick Draw on Saturday, LIVE music, food and drink and an afternoon tea with the artists. The Art Show will be on display and open to the public from Friday to Sunday afternoon and will feature works in a variety of mediums ...READ MORE in the visual arts, including photography, painting, sculpture and printmaking. The "Four Elements" Quick Draw competition is a fun two-hour Plein Air paint out open to professionals and amateurs alike. Together, artists and spectators are immersed in the creative process. After the paint out, the paintings will be viewed for judging, prizing and purchase until the end of the show on Sunday, May 21st. During this event we are featuring a Hewn Spirits and Bucks County Brewery Tasting. SHOW LESS
"ROAD TRIPS" SOLO EXHIBITION - HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN       5/20/17-5/21/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Road , ERWINNA , PA
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Association
Contact: Helena 215 348 1794    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Solo Exhibition of Pastels and Oils by Bucks County artist, Helena van Emmerik-Finn Scenes from Bucks County, the river towns and a trip to the Northwest USA. free
19TH ANNUAL TILE FESTIVAL       5/20/17-5/21/17

Moravian Pottery and Tile Works, 130 E. Swamp Road , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Saturday 10-5, Sunday 10-4
Contact: 215-348-6090    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A two day show and sale of handcrafted decorative tiles, mosaics and other creative ceramic-ware by over 30 contemporary tile artisans from many states. Admission includes free tour of the Tile Works, a National Historic Landmark. Rain or shine, no pets allowed, food concessionaire on premise, free parking. $6.00 18 and over; $5.00 with this listing; 17 and under free at event
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
TILE FESTIVAL 2017       5/20/17-5/21/17

Moravian Pottery and Tile Works, 152 E. Swamp Road , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Saturday 10-5, Sunday 10-4
Sponsored by: Bucks County Parks and Recreation Department
Contact: 215-348-6090    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The 19th annual Tile Festival hosted by the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works will feature over 30 contemporary tile artisans displaying and selling their creative work in tile and mosaic expression, and including other handmade ceramic offerings, such as plaques, sconces, bowls, cups and other vessels. Great selection for counter tops and backsplashes. Free tour of Tile Works. Free parking. Rain or shine. No pets, please. Food ...READ MORE concessionaire on site. $6 adults ($5 with this notice), 17 and under free At event. SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/22/17 (Monday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
ANDALUSIA OPEN MONDAY       5/22/17

Andalusia Mansion, 1237 State Road , BENSALEM , PA
Time: Tours at 10 am and 1pm
Sponsored by: Andalusia Foundation
Contact: 215-245-5479    WEBSITE

Mondays from 04/03-10/30, closed major holidays. Guided house and self-guided garden tours of Andalusia, the National Historic Landmark home of Nicholas Biddle, President of the 2nd United States Bank. $20 per person Reservations required, please call 215-245-5479. Other tours, Tuesday-Friday by appointment. $20 Purchase tickets at the door
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/23/17 (Tuesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/24/17 (Wednesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/25/17 (Thursday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/26/17 (Friday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
TAKE A TOUR OF HISTORIC PENNYPACKER MILLS!       5/26/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Pennypacker Mills mansion, 5 Haldeman Road , SCHWENKSVILLE , PA
Time: Tues-Sat: 10 am to 4 pm; Sun: 1 to 4 pm
Sponsored by: Pennypacker Mills
Contact: 610-287-9349    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Historic Pennypacker Mills was the home of Pennsylvania Governor Samuel W. Pennypacker (1903-1907) and his family from 1900 to 1916. Home to eight generations of Pennypackers, the mansion is completely furnished with family heirlooms and includes many personal and official documents from his term in office. Combined, the site offers a very complete story of the Governor's accomplishments as well as what life was like in the early ...READ MORE 20th century. Set on 170 acres of farmland, the site represents a country-gentlemen's estate. Tours of the Pennypacker mansion offer visitors a glimpse of the lives of this well-educated Pennsylvania family, the social and cultural times they lived in, and what servant life was like here. Visitors will tour through two floors of the mansion, including the Galleries where changing exhibits highlight life in the early 20th century. Check our website for the latest exhibit. Visitors will also see the Cook's bedroom and enter the Servant's area where they'll discover what it was like to cook on a coal stove and what modern conveniences were available to both the family and their servants. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm; & Sunday, 1 to 4 pm Closed all Mondays & County Holidays. Tours are offered year-round & take approximately one hour. Last tour at 3 pm. Groups of 10 or more should contact the office in advance to arrange a tour. FREE, suggested donation $2/person. SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/27/17 (Saturday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
SOLO EXHIBITION - HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN       5/27/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Road , ERWINNA , PA
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Association
Contact: Helena 215 348 1794    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"Road Trips" Solo Exhibition of Pastels and Oils by Helena van Emmerik-Finn Weekends in the month of May
"ROAD TRIPS" SOLO EXHIBITION - HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN       5/27/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Road , ERWINNA , PA
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Association
Contact: Helena 215 348 1794    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Solo Exhibition of Pastels and Oils by Bucks County artist, Helena van Emmerik-Finn Scenes from Bucks County, the river towns and a trip to the Northwest USA. free
PAINTING PARTY FUNDRAISER FOR THE WARMINSTER HISTORICAL SOCIETY       5/27/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Warminster Park , 300 Veterans Way , WARMINSTER , PA
Time: 2:30-5:00
Sponsored by: The Warminster Historical Society
Contact: 267-961-2189    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Join local artist, Linda Leary, for this fun and creative afternoon of painting! All levels welcome. Come and showcase your inner artist. This session we will focus on painting landscapes, including composition and design. Everything will be provided and you will leave with a beautiful 16x20 masterpiece! Pre-registration is required, registration deadline is Monday, May 15th! No Refunds. $35 https://www.facebook.com/events/1284053931676934/
BUS TRIP TO THE CHIHULY EXHIBIT AT THE NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN       5/27/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Easton Area Public Library, 515 Church Street , EASTON , PA
Time: 8:45 am - The bus will be in the Library parking lot available for boarding.
Sponsored by: Friends of the Easton Area Public Library
Contact: Sheila Wolff    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Come join us for a day at the beautiful NY Botanical Gardens. The highlight of this trip is a tour of the Chihuly Exhibit. His breathtaking works of art dazzle with color, light, and form. Included is bus transportation, lunch, a tour of this fabulous exhibit and free time to explore the gardens. A tram is available for your convenience. Ticket price is $115.00 per person. Payment must accompany reservation. Call Sheila Wolff at 610-258-2917 x302 for details.
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/28/17 (Sunday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
"ROAD TRIPS" SOLO EXHIBITION - HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN       5/27/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Road , ERWINNA , PA
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Association
Contact: Helena 215 348 1794    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Solo Exhibition of Pastels and Oils by Bucks County artist, Helena van Emmerik-Finn Scenes from Bucks County, the river towns and a trip to the Northwest USA. free
STOVER MILL GALLERY - MAY: HELENA VAN EMMERIK-FINN 'ROAD TRIPS'       5/6/17-5/28/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in May
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Pastel & Oil admission is free
GLENN HARRINGTON: SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE SILVERMAN GALLERY OF BUCKS COUNTY IMPRESSIONIST ART       4/22/17-5/28/17

Silverman Gallery of Bucks County Impressionist Art, 4920 York Road, Store 1 (Route 202, just north of PA 413) , HOLICONG , PA
Time: Opening receptions: Sat. April 22, 5-8pm and Sun. April 23, 1-4pm, continuing during gallery hours.
Contact: Rhonda Garland 215-794-4300    WEBSITE    EMAIL

"My fascination with painting the figure in natural settings has never waned. It is the human story on God's stage. Nothing seems more important when we are appreciating it. 'Red Shale Pool' is the story of my son at a particular stage in his life and in our relationship. It's a beautiful relationship; it is our story." Harrington's natural landscapes show the range of his style: "Red Shale Pool" is dynamically painted, ...READ MORE with bold and artificial blues and greens, while "Rocks" is naturalistic, balanced, and stoic. Describing "Red Shale Pool," Harrington writes, "My high school English teacher emphasized the idea that our individual stories were worth writing about. It's hard to understand that when you're young and seemingly unimportant, yet as we gain worldly experience we realize how special our stories truly are." - (from Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, 2014) SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/29/17 (Monday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
ANDALUSIA OPEN MONDAY       5/29/17

Andalusia Mansion, 1237 State Road , BENSALEM , PA
Time: Tours at 10 am and 1pm
Sponsored by: Andalusia Foundation
Contact: 215-245-5479    WEBSITE

Mondays from 04/03-10/30, closed major holidays. Guided house and self-guided garden tours of Andalusia, the National Historic Landmark home of Nicholas Biddle, President of the 2nd United States Bank. $20 per person Reservations required, please call 215-245-5479. Other tours, Tuesday-Friday by appointment. $20 Purchase tickets at the door
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/30/17 (Tuesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 5/31/17 (Wednesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/1/17 (Thursday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/2/17 (Friday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
FIRST FRIDAY BETHLEHEM       6/2/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Banana Factory Arts Center, 25 W. Third St. , BETHLEHEM , PA
Time: 6-9pm
Contact: 610-332-1300    WEBSITE

On the first Friday of every month, South Bethlehem comes alive for a community celebration. Local merchants, restaurants and galleries open their doors to celebrate our awesome community. Our First Friday activities are headquartered at the Banana Factory Arts Center - The fun kicks off at 6pm each month and wraps up around 9pm. This event is FREE for everyone, family friendly and full of creative activities! Visit all the Resident ...READ MORE Artist studios and meet the individuals creating the incredible work on display throughout the Banana Factory. Additional public parking is available across the street from the Banana Factory at the Riverport Garage. SHOW LESS
PER DIEM SPACE FIRST FRIDAY EVENT       6/2/17
Live Music Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Country Music, Live Bands

Per Diem Space, LLC, 528 W Market St , PERKASIE , PA
Time: 5:30pm to 8:00 pm
Contact: 2673541120    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Join us for a fun evening! First Friday at Per Diem Space featuring Perkasie Pop Art by Emily Smith and Handmade Jewelry by Jamie Roman. Live Music, Light refreshments, Free Will Beer, Wine and other treats! Free Free
TAKE A TOUR OF HISTORIC PENNYPACKER MILLS!       6/2/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Pennypacker Mills mansion, 5 Haldeman Road , SCHWENKSVILLE , PA
Time: Tues-Sat: 10 am to 4 pm; Sun: 1 to 4 pm
Sponsored by: Pennypacker Mills
Contact: 610-287-9349    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Historic Pennypacker Mills was the home of Pennsylvania Governor Samuel W. Pennypacker (1903-1907) and his family from 1900 to 1916. Home to eight generations of Pennypackers, the mansion is completely furnished with family heirlooms and includes many personal and official documents from his term in office. Combined, the site offers a very complete story of the Governor's accomplishments as well as what life was like in the early ...READ MORE 20th century. Set on 170 acres of farmland, the site represents a country-gentlemen's estate. Tours of the Pennypacker mansion offer visitors a glimpse of the lives of this well-educated Pennsylvania family, the social and cultural times they lived in, and what servant life was like here. Visitors will tour through two floors of the mansion, including the Galleries where changing exhibits highlight life in the early 20th century. Check our website for the latest exhibit. Visitors will also see the Cook's bedroom and enter the Servant's area where they'll discover what it was like to cook on a coal stove and what modern conveniences were available to both the family and their servants. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm; & Sunday, 1 to 4 pm Closed all Mondays & County Holidays. Tours are offered year-round & take approximately one hour. Last tour at 3 pm. Groups of 10 or more should contact the office in advance to arrange a tour. FREE, suggested donation $2/person. SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/3/17 (Saturday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
SAUCON CREEK ARTS FESTIVAL       6/3/17
Live Music Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Country Music, Live Bands Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Heller Homestead , 1890-92 Friedensville Rd , BETHLEHEM , PA
Time: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Sponsored by: Saucon Valley Conservancy
Contact: Saucon Valley Conservancy - 610-838-1199    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Saucon Valley Conservancy invites the community to enjoy a free day filled with art, music, food and family fun during the 3rd Annual Saucon Creek Arts Festival at the Heller Homestead Park. You'll discover a wide variety of two- and three-dimensional art including paintings, fine art photography, ceramics, jewelry, and more by artists from many regions. The festival will feature more than 50 juried artists, live entertainment, ...READ MORE children's craft activities, and guided tours of the historic grounds. A juried photography exhibit, "Our Towns - Cultural and Historical Beauties," will be showcased on site in the Michael Heller Gallery. The Gallery will also present a student competition from the Saucon Valley School District. The Lehigh University Fu?d Truk (@Fu?dTruk onTwitter) will be on site offering healthy meal and snack options and festival favorites sourced from local farms. Godfrey Daniels will be returning to provide live music with Dave Fry, Jason Hahn, 99Stringz, Mike Holliday, and John Huffed (www.godfreydaniels.org). The Heller Homestead is adjacent to Saucon Creek and the popular Rails to Trails path. The festival will run from 10am-5pm, rain or shine. Convenient, no-charge parking is a short walk away at Water Street Park. The Heller Homestead address is: 1890-92 Friedensville Rd, Bethlehem, PA 18015. All proceeds from the Saucon Creek Arts Festival will be used to maintain and improve the historic 2-acre Heller Homestead and offer art shows, our popular Barn Tours, and other educational opportunities. The Saucon Valley Conservancy relies on its partners and vendors to support its mission. More information available on both the Saucon Valley Conservancy and the Saucon Creek Arts Festival can be found at www.sauconvalleyconservancy.org. For partnership applications or more festival information, please email us at: info@sauconvalleyconservancy.org; or call 610-838-1199. Free Event SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/4/17 (Sunday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
FAMILY CLAY PROJECT       6/4/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Tyler Park Center for the Arts, 10 Stable Mill Trail , RICHBORO , PA
Time: Sundays 1 - 3 except holidays or Tyler Park Events
Contact: 672180290    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Create each Sunday's handbuilt project in this fun clay workshop. Pick up after fired to hight temperature. Adult family members welcome to participate! Walking pots, Animal creations, Fairy or Critter houses, cups & plates and more! *Children over 7 attend by themselves, under 7 must be accompanied by an adult who will assist the child with their clay project. Register for a single sessions @ $25 for each participating ...READ MORE child or adult (no fee for adults assisting children under 7). Discount of $10 for advance registrations for 4 consecutive-listed sessions – discounted to $90 per participant Check dates & register online at www.earthcenterpottery.com/family-friends-and-me/ SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/5/17 (Monday)

ANDALUSIA OPEN MONDAY       6/5/17

Andalusia Mansion, 1237 State Road , BENSALEM , PA
Time: Tours at 10 am and 1pm
Sponsored by: Andalusia Foundation
Contact: 215-245-5479    WEBSITE

Mondays from 04/03-10/30, closed major holidays. Guided house and self-guided garden tours of Andalusia, the National Historic Landmark home of Nicholas Biddle, President of the 2nd United States Bank. $20 per person Reservations required, please call 215-245-5479. Other tours, Tuesday-Friday by appointment. $20 Purchase tickets at the door
CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
2ND ANNUAL BUCKS COUNTY PLEIN AIR FESTIVAL       6/5/17-6/11/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

For locations of artists painting: www.BucksCountyPleinAir.org , Bucks County , PA
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and Alan Fetterman Fine Arts
Contact: 215-968-8224    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Fifty national artists paint en plein air throughout Bucks County, culminating with a public exhibition and sale. Jointly hosted by Bucks County Community College, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and Alan Fetterman Fine Arts, proceeds support art scholarships and arts programing in Bucks County. Freely observe artists at work
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/6/17 (Tuesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
2ND ANNUAL BUCKS COUNTY PLEIN AIR FESTIVAL       6/5/17-6/11/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

For locations of artists painting: www.BucksCountyPleinAir.org , Bucks County , PA
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and Alan Fetterman Fine Arts
Contact: 215-968-8224    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Fifty national artists paint en plein air throughout Bucks County, culminating with a public exhibition and sale. Jointly hosted by Bucks County Community College, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and Alan Fetterman Fine Arts, proceeds support art scholarships and arts programing in Bucks County. Freely observe artists at work
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/7/17 (Wednesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
2ND ANNUAL BUCKS COUNTY PLEIN AIR FESTIVAL       6/5/17-6/11/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

For locations of artists painting: www.BucksCountyPleinAir.org , Bucks County , PA
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and Alan Fetterman Fine Arts
Contact: 215-968-8224    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Fifty national artists paint en plein air throughout Bucks County, culminating with a public exhibition and sale. Jointly hosted by Bucks County Community College, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and Alan Fetterman Fine Arts, proceeds support art scholarships and arts programing in Bucks County. Freely observe artists at work
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/8/17 (Thursday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
2ND ANNUAL BUCKS COUNTY PLEIN AIR FESTIVAL       6/5/17-6/11/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

For locations of artists painting: www.BucksCountyPleinAir.org , Bucks County , PA
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and Alan Fetterman Fine Arts
Contact: 215-968-8224    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Fifty national artists paint en plein air throughout Bucks County, culminating with a public exhibition and sale. Jointly hosted by Bucks County Community College, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and Alan Fetterman Fine Arts, proceeds support art scholarships and arts programing in Bucks County. Freely observe artists at work
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/9/17 (Friday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
2ND ANNUAL BUCKS COUNTY PLEIN AIR FESTIVAL       6/5/17-6/11/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

For locations of artists painting: www.BucksCountyPleinAir.org , Bucks County , PA
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and Alan Fetterman Fine Arts
Contact: 215-968-8224    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Fifty national artists paint en plein air throughout Bucks County, culminating with a public exhibition and sale. Jointly hosted by Bucks County Community College, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and Alan Fetterman Fine Arts, proceeds support art scholarships and arts programing in Bucks County. Freely observe artists at work
TAKE A TOUR OF HISTORIC PENNYPACKER MILLS!       6/9/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Pennypacker Mills mansion, 5 Haldeman Road , SCHWENKSVILLE , PA
Time: Tues-Sat: 10 am to 4 pm; Sun: 1 to 4 pm
Sponsored by: Pennypacker Mills
Contact: 610-287-9349    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Historic Pennypacker Mills was the home of Pennsylvania Governor Samuel W. Pennypacker (1903-1907) and his family from 1900 to 1916. Home to eight generations of Pennypackers, the mansion is completely furnished with family heirlooms and includes many personal and official documents from his term in office. Combined, the site offers a very complete story of the Governor's accomplishments as well as what life was like in the early ...READ MORE 20th century. Set on 170 acres of farmland, the site represents a country-gentlemen's estate. Tours of the Pennypacker mansion offer visitors a glimpse of the lives of this well-educated Pennsylvania family, the social and cultural times they lived in, and what servant life was like here. Visitors will tour through two floors of the mansion, including the Galleries where changing exhibits highlight life in the early 20th century. Check our website for the latest exhibit. Visitors will also see the Cook's bedroom and enter the Servant's area where they'll discover what it was like to cook on a coal stove and what modern conveniences were available to both the family and their servants. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm; & Sunday, 1 to 4 pm Closed all Mondays & County Holidays. Tours are offered year-round & take approximately one hour. Last tour at 3 pm. Groups of 10 or more should contact the office in advance to arrange a tour. FREE, suggested donation $2/person. SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/10/17 (Saturday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
2ND ANNUAL BUCKS COUNTY PLEIN AIR FESTIVAL       6/5/17-6/11/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

For locations of artists painting: www.BucksCountyPleinAir.org , Bucks County , PA
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and Alan Fetterman Fine Arts
Contact: 215-968-8224    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Fifty national artists paint en plein air throughout Bucks County, culminating with a public exhibition and sale. Jointly hosted by Bucks County Community College, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and Alan Fetterman Fine Arts, proceeds support art scholarships and arts programing in Bucks County. Freely observe artists at work
2ND ANNUAL BUCKS COUNTY PLEIN AIR EXHIBIT AND SALE       6/10/17-6/11/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Bucks County Community College, Linksz Pavilion , 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and Alan Fetterman Fine Arts
Contact: 215-968-8224    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Fifty national artists present more than 200 new paintings of regional landscapes for sale. Jointly hosted by Bucks County Community College, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and Alan Fetterman Fine Arts, proceeds support art scholarships and arts programing in Bucks County. Free admission
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/11/17 (Sunday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
2ND ANNUAL BUCKS COUNTY PLEIN AIR FESTIVAL       6/5/17-6/11/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

For locations of artists painting: www.BucksCountyPleinAir.org , Bucks County , PA
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and Alan Fetterman Fine Arts
Contact: 215-968-8224    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Fifty national artists paint en plein air throughout Bucks County, culminating with a public exhibition and sale. Jointly hosted by Bucks County Community College, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and Alan Fetterman Fine Arts, proceeds support art scholarships and arts programing in Bucks County. Freely observe artists at work
2ND ANNUAL BUCKS COUNTY PLEIN AIR EXHIBIT AND SALE       6/10/17-6/11/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Bucks County Community College, Linksz Pavilion , 275 Swamp Rd , NEWTOWN , PA
Sponsored by: Bucks County Community College, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and Alan Fetterman Fine Arts
Contact: 215-968-8224    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Fifty national artists present more than 200 new paintings of regional landscapes for sale. Jointly hosted by Bucks County Community College, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce and Alan Fetterman Fine Arts, proceeds support art scholarships and arts programing in Bucks County. Free admission
FAMILY CLAY PROJECT       6/11/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Tyler Park Center for the Arts, 10 Stable Mill Trail , RICHBORO , PA
Time: Sundays 1 - 3 except holidays or Tyler Park Events -- see website
Contact: 2672180290    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Create each Sunday's handbuilt project in this fun clay workshop. Projects will be fired to high temperature. Adult family members welcome to participate! Project may be Fairy or Critter houses, animal mug, vase, plate or more! *Children over 7 attend by themselves, under 7 must be accompanied by an adult who will assist the child with their clay project. Register single sessions @ $25 for each participating child and ...READ MORE adult (no fee for adults assisting children under 7). Discount of $10 for advance registrations for 4 consecutive-listed sessions – discounted to $90 per participant Check dates & register online at www.earthcenterpottery.com/family-friends-and-me/ SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/12/17 (Monday)

ANDALUSIA OPEN MONDAY       6/12/17

Andalusia Mansion, 1237 State Road , BENSALEM , PA
Time: Tours at 10 am and 1pm
Sponsored by: Andalusia Foundation
Contact: 215-245-5479    WEBSITE

Mondays from 04/03-10/30, closed major holidays. Guided house and self-guided garden tours of Andalusia, the National Historic Landmark home of Nicholas Biddle, President of the 2nd United States Bank. $20 per person Reservations required, please call 215-245-5479. Other tours, Tuesday-Friday by appointment. $20 Purchase tickets at the door
CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/13/17 (Tuesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/14/17 (Wednesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/15/17 (Thursday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/16/17 (Friday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
TAKE A TOUR OF HISTORIC PENNYPACKER MILLS!       6/16/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Pennypacker Mills mansion, 5 Haldeman Road , SCHWENKSVILLE , PA
Time: Tues-Sat: 10 am to 4 pm; Sun: 1 to 4 pm
Sponsored by: Pennypacker Mills
Contact: 610-287-9349    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Historic Pennypacker Mills was the home of Pennsylvania Governor Samuel W. Pennypacker (1903-1907) and his family from 1900 to 1916. Home to eight generations of Pennypackers, the mansion is completely furnished with family heirlooms and includes many personal and official documents from his term in office. Combined, the site offers a very complete story of the Governor's accomplishments as well as what life was like in the early ...READ MORE 20th century. Set on 170 acres of farmland, the site represents a country-gentlemen's estate. Tours of the Pennypacker mansion offer visitors a glimpse of the lives of this well-educated Pennsylvania family, the social and cultural times they lived in, and what servant life was like here. Visitors will tour through two floors of the mansion, including the Galleries where changing exhibits highlight life in the early 20th century. Check our website for the latest exhibit. Visitors will also see the Cook's bedroom and enter the Servant's area where they'll discover what it was like to cook on a coal stove and what modern conveniences were available to both the family and their servants. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm; & Sunday, 1 to 4 pm Closed all Mondays & County Holidays. Tours are offered year-round & take approximately one hour. Last tour at 3 pm. Groups of 10 or more should contact the office in advance to arrange a tour. FREE, suggested donation $2/person. SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/17/17 (Saturday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/18/17 (Sunday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/19/17 (Monday)

ANDALUSIA OPEN MONDAY       6/19/17

Andalusia Mansion, 1237 State Road , BENSALEM , PA
Time: Tours at 10 am and 1pm
Sponsored by: Andalusia Foundation
Contact: 215-245-5479    WEBSITE

Mondays from 04/03-10/30, closed major holidays. Guided house and self-guided garden tours of Andalusia, the National Historic Landmark home of Nicholas Biddle, President of the 2nd United States Bank. $20 per person Reservations required, please call 215-245-5479. Other tours, Tuesday-Friday by appointment. $20 Purchase tickets at the door
CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/20/17 (Tuesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/21/17 (Wednesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/22/17 (Thursday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION       6/22/17

Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: 6:30 pm
Contact: Gina Seklecki    EMAIL

Take a tour of all the fun volunteer projects you can choose from at Pearl S. Buck International. If you ever wanted to know if there was something you'd enjoy, come meet with the team and find out. No obligation. Come learn about us! Complimentary www.PearlSBuck.org/Volunteer
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/23/17 (Friday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
TAKE A TOUR OF HISTORIC PENNYPACKER MILLS!       6/23/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Pennypacker Mills mansion, 5 Haldeman Road , SCHWENKSVILLE , PA
Time: Tues-Sat: 10 am to 4 pm; Sun: 1 to 4 pm
Sponsored by: Pennypacker Mills
Contact: 610-287-9349    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Historic Pennypacker Mills was the home of Pennsylvania Governor Samuel W. Pennypacker (1903-1907) and his family from 1900 to 1916. Home to eight generations of Pennypackers, the mansion is completely furnished with family heirlooms and includes many personal and official documents from his term in office. Combined, the site offers a very complete story of the Governor's accomplishments as well as what life was like in the early ...READ MORE 20th century. Set on 170 acres of farmland, the site represents a country-gentlemen's estate. Tours of the Pennypacker mansion offer visitors a glimpse of the lives of this well-educated Pennsylvania family, the social and cultural times they lived in, and what servant life was like here. Visitors will tour through two floors of the mansion, including the Galleries where changing exhibits highlight life in the early 20th century. Check our website for the latest exhibit. Visitors will also see the Cook's bedroom and enter the Servant's area where they'll discover what it was like to cook on a coal stove and what modern conveniences were available to both the family and their servants. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm; & Sunday, 1 to 4 pm Closed all Mondays & County Holidays. Tours are offered year-round & take approximately one hour. Last tour at 3 pm. Groups of 10 or more should contact the office in advance to arrange a tour. FREE, suggested donation $2/person. SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/24/17 (Saturday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/25/17 (Sunday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JUNE: CARL HOLST 'LIGHT REVEALED'       6/3/17-6/25/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in June
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
FAMILY CLAY PROJECT       6/25/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Tyler Park Center for the Arts, 10 Stable Mill Trail , RICHBORO , PA
Time: Sundays 1 - 3 except holidays or Tyler Park Events -- see website
Contact: 2672180290    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Create each Sunday's handbuilt project in this fun clay workshop. Pick up after fired to hight temperature. Adult family members welcome to participate! Walking pots, Animal creations, Fairy or Critter houses, cups & plates and more! *Children over 7 attend by themselves, under 7 must be accompanied by an adult who will assist the child with their clay project. Register single sessions @ $25 for each participating child ...READ MORE or adult (no fee for adults assisting children under 7). Discount of $10 for advance registrations for 4 consecutive-listed sessions – discounted to $90 per participant Check dates & register online at www.earthcenterpottery.com/family-friends-and-me/ SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/26/17 (Monday)

ANDALUSIA OPEN MONDAY       6/26/17

Andalusia Mansion, 1237 State Road , BENSALEM , PA
Time: Tours at 10 am and 1pm
Sponsored by: Andalusia Foundation
Contact: 215-245-5479    WEBSITE

Mondays from 04/03-10/30, closed major holidays. Guided house and self-guided garden tours of Andalusia, the National Historic Landmark home of Nicholas Biddle, President of the 2nd United States Bank. $20 per person Reservations required, please call 215-245-5479. Other tours, Tuesday-Friday by appointment. $20 Purchase tickets at the door
CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/27/17 (Tuesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/28/17 (Wednesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/29/17 (Thursday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 6/30/17 (Friday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
TAKE A TOUR OF HISTORIC PENNYPACKER MILLS!       6/30/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Pennypacker Mills mansion, 5 Haldeman Road , SCHWENKSVILLE , PA
Time: Tues-Sat: 10 am to 4 pm; Sun: 1 to 4 pm
Sponsored by: Pennypacker Mills
Contact: 610-287-9349    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Historic Pennypacker Mills was the home of Pennsylvania Governor Samuel W. Pennypacker (1903-1907) and his family from 1900 to 1916. Home to eight generations of Pennypackers, the mansion is completely furnished with family heirlooms and includes many personal and official documents from his term in office. Combined, the site offers a very complete story of the Governor's accomplishments as well as what life was like in the early ...READ MORE 20th century. Set on 170 acres of farmland, the site represents a country-gentlemen's estate. Tours of the Pennypacker mansion offer visitors a glimpse of the lives of this well-educated Pennsylvania family, the social and cultural times they lived in, and what servant life was like here. Visitors will tour through two floors of the mansion, including the Galleries where changing exhibits highlight life in the early 20th century. Check our website for the latest exhibit. Visitors will also see the Cook's bedroom and enter the Servant's area where they'll discover what it was like to cook on a coal stove and what modern conveniences were available to both the family and their servants. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm; & Sunday, 1 to 4 pm Closed all Mondays & County Holidays. Tours are offered year-round & take approximately one hour. Last tour at 3 pm. Groups of 10 or more should contact the office in advance to arrange a tour. FREE, suggested donation $2/person. SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 7/1/17 (Saturday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JULY: JAS SZYGIEL 'A BUCKS COUNTY JOURNEY'       7/1/17-7/30/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in July
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 7/2/17 (Sunday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JULY: JAS SZYGIEL 'A BUCKS COUNTY JOURNEY'       7/1/17-7/30/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in July
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 7/3/17 (Monday)

ANDALUSIA OPEN MONDAY       7/3/17

Andalusia Mansion, 1237 State Road , BENSALEM , PA
Time: Tours at 10 am and 1pm
Sponsored by: Andalusia Foundation
Contact: 215-245-5479    WEBSITE

Mondays from 04/03-10/30, closed major holidays. Guided house and self-guided garden tours of Andalusia, the National Historic Landmark home of Nicholas Biddle, President of the 2nd United States Bank. $20 per person Reservations required, please call 215-245-5479. Other tours, Tuesday-Friday by appointment. $20 Purchase tickets at the door
CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JULY: JAS SZYGIEL 'A BUCKS COUNTY JOURNEY'       7/1/17-7/30/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in July
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 7/4/17 (Tuesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JULY: JAS SZYGIEL 'A BUCKS COUNTY JOURNEY'       7/1/17-7/30/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in July
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 7/5/17 (Wednesday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JULY: JAS SZYGIEL 'A BUCKS COUNTY JOURNEY'       7/1/17-7/30/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in July
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 7/6/17 (Thursday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JULY: JAS SZYGIEL 'A BUCKS COUNTY JOURNEY'       7/1/17-7/30/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in July
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 7/7/17 (Friday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
FIRST FRIDAY BETHLEHEM       7/7/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Banana Factory Arts Center, 25 W. Third St. , BETHLEHEM , PA
Time: 6-9pm
Contact: 610-332-1300    WEBSITE

On the first Friday of every month, South Bethlehem comes alive for a community celebration. Local merchants, restaurants and galleries open their doors to celebrate our awesome community. Our First Friday activities are headquartered at the Banana Factory Arts Center - The fun kicks off at 6pm each month and wraps up around 9pm. This event is FREE for everyone, family friendly and full of creative activities! Visit all the Resident ...READ MORE Artist studios and meet the individuals creating the incredible work on display throughout the Banana Factory. Additional public parking is available across the street from the Banana Factory at the Riverport Garage. SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JULY: JAS SZYGIEL 'A BUCKS COUNTY JOURNEY'       7/1/17-7/30/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in July
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
PER DIEM SPACE FIRST FRIDAY EVENT       7/7/17
Live Music Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, Country Music, Live Bands

Per Diem Space, LLC, 528 W Market St , PERKASIE , PA
Time: 5:30pm to 8:00 pm
Contact: 2673541120    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Join us for a fun evening! First Friday at Per Diem Space featuring Perkasie Pop Art by Emily Smith and Handmade Jewelry by Jamie Roman. Live Music, Light refreshments, Free Will Beer, Wine and other treats! Free Free
TAKE A TOUR OF HISTORIC PENNYPACKER MILLS!       7/7/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Pennypacker Mills mansion, 5 Haldeman Road , SCHWENKSVILLE , PA
Time: Tues-Sat: 10 am to 4 pm; Sun: 1 to 4 pm
Sponsored by: Pennypacker Mills
Contact: 610-287-9349    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Historic Pennypacker Mills was the home of Pennsylvania Governor Samuel W. Pennypacker (1903-1907) and his family from 1900 to 1916. Home to eight generations of Pennypackers, the mansion is completely furnished with family heirlooms and includes many personal and official documents from his term in office. Combined, the site offers a very complete story of the Governor's accomplishments as well as what life was like in the early ...READ MORE 20th century. Set on 170 acres of farmland, the site represents a country-gentlemen's estate. Tours of the Pennypacker mansion offer visitors a glimpse of the lives of this well-educated Pennsylvania family, the social and cultural times they lived in, and what servant life was like here. Visitors will tour through two floors of the mansion, including the Galleries where changing exhibits highlight life in the early 20th century. Check our website for the latest exhibit. Visitors will also see the Cook's bedroom and enter the Servant's area where they'll discover what it was like to cook on a coal stove and what modern conveniences were available to both the family and their servants. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm; & Sunday, 1 to 4 pm Closed all Mondays & County Holidays. Tours are offered year-round & take approximately one hour. Last tour at 3 pm. Groups of 10 or more should contact the office in advance to arrange a tour. FREE, suggested donation $2/person. SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 7/8/17 (Saturday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JULY: JAS SZYGIEL 'A BUCKS COUNTY JOURNEY'       7/1/17-7/30/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in July
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
TINICUM ARTS FESTIVAL       7/8/17-7/9/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Tinicum Park, 963 River Road , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Saturday 10 am - 6 pm Sunday 11 am - 5 pm
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Association
Contact: 610-294-9420    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Tinicum Arts Festival is a wonderful Bucks County tradition and fun for the whole family. Gather with friends and neighbors to enjoy the works of over 180 regional artists in the centerpiece Art Barn. Delight in the creations of over 130 artists and craft artisans displayed under the trees. Discover treasures at the White Elephant Tent. Choose from literally thousands of volumes at the Book Wagon. Place a bid at the ...READ MORE Silent Auction. Enjoy outstanding live musical entertainment while savoring a fresh-squeezed lemonade, a tasty sandwich or a home- baked desert in the picnic grove. Special activities for children and summer fun for everyone at the Tinicum Arts Festival. Adults $7 Children $1, sorry no pets Tickets may be purchased at the gate SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 7/9/17 (Sunday)

CHARLES SHEELER: FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND SCULPTURAL FORM       3/18/17-7/9/17

James Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street , DOYLESTOWN , PA
Time: Tuesday-Friday 10 AM-4:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-5 PM & Sunday 12 PM-5 PM
Sponsored by: James A. Michener Art Museum
Contact: 215-340-9800    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The exhibition will begin with an exploration of Sheeler's early period of experimentation: photographs of the Worthington House and modern sculpture, early portraits, and his 1920 film collaboration with Paul Strand, Manhatta. The core of Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form, however, are the 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Condé Nast archives in New York. These photographs embody all ...READ MORE the glamour of the Jazz Age-beautiful starlets in fantastic gowns and fabulous jewels, models wearing the latest in couture designs, Ziegfeld Follies dancers, and stage actors featured in the latest Broadway sensation. A number of these photographs will be included in staged, multi-media vignettes incorporating period costumes, additional photographs, and paintings on loan from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Yale University Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Gaston Lachaise Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Additionally, visitors will see for the first time Sheeler's own textile designs, which he produced in the early 1930s. These will be accompanied by a photograph Sheeler took of his dealer, Edith Halpert, wearing a dress made from his textiles, standing between two of his recent industrial paintings. Pieces of the original dress, as well as a recreation of it, will also be included in one of the multi-media vignettes. Admission: Members free, Non-Members: Adult: $18.00, Senior: $17.00, College Student with Valid ID: $16.00, Youth age 6-18: $8.00 & Children under 6: Free James A. Michener Art Museum 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 SHOW LESS
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JULY: JAS SZYGIEL 'A BUCKS COUNTY JOURNEY'       7/1/17-7/30/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in July
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
TINICUM ARTS FESTIVAL       7/8/17-7/9/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Tinicum Park, 963 River Road , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Saturday 10 am - 6 pm Sunday 11 am - 5 pm
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Association
Contact: 610-294-9420    WEBSITE    EMAIL

The Tinicum Arts Festival is a wonderful Bucks County tradition and fun for the whole family. Gather with friends and neighbors to enjoy the works of over 180 regional artists in the centerpiece Art Barn. Delight in the creations of over 130 artists and craft artisans displayed under the trees. Discover treasures at the White Elephant Tent. Choose from literally thousands of volumes at the Book Wagon. Place a bid at the ...READ MORE Silent Auction. Enjoy outstanding live musical entertainment while savoring a fresh-squeezed lemonade, a tasty sandwich or a home- baked desert in the picnic grove. Special activities for children and summer fun for everyone at the Tinicum Arts Festival. Adults $7 Children $1, sorry no pets Tickets may be purchased at the gate SHOW LESS
FAMILY CLAY PROJECT       7/9/17
Family Events in Bucks, Montgomery, Hunterdon, and Lehigh County, parks, plays, festivals, carnivals, pets, movies, education

Tyler Park Center for the Arts, 10 Stable Mill Trail , RICHBORO , PA
Time: Sundays 1 - 3 except holidays or Tyler Park Events -- see website
Contact: 2672180290    WEBSITE    EMAIL

Create each Sunday's handbuilt project in this fun clay workshop. Projects will be fired to high temperature. Adult family members welcome to participate! Project may be Fairy or Critter houses, animal mug, vase, plate or more! *Children over 7 attend by themselves, under 7 must be accompanied by an adult who will assist the child with their clay project. Register single sessions @ $25 for each participating child and ...READ MORE adult (no fee for adults assisting children under 7). Discount of $10 for advance registrations for 4 consecutive-listed sessions – discounted to $90 per participant Check dates & register online at www.earthcenterpottery.com/family-friends-and-me/ SHOW LESS
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE , PA
Time: Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00, Saturday 10:30 to 3:00, Sunday 12:30 to 3:00
Sponsored by: Pearl S. Buck International
Contact: 215-249-0100    WEBSITE    EMAIL

A new exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International shares the stories of Jewish communities in China over millennia. These stories intrigued Pearl S. Buck and her husband Richard Walsh so much that each explored them in their published works. Ms. Buck wrote the novel "Peony" and the play "Flight into China" on the subject. Mr. Walsh included scholarly articles about the topic in his publication, "Asia" magazine. Jews settled in ...READ MORE China as tradespeople on the silk road. They had strong communities and became part of society. One of the largest communities was in K'aifeng. A stele (stone tablet) commemorates the construction of a synagogue there in 1163, but by the 1850s there were only remnants of the building standing and most families had assimilated. Part of the exhibit at Pearl S. Buck International is a retelling, through words and photos, of one Jewish family's flight from Nazi Germany into China. Packed in the luggage was a copy of "The Good Earth" which descendants presume was carried so far in order to become part of a lending library established during their stay in China. Exhibit Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Saturday 10:30 to 3:00 Sunday 12:30 to 3:00 Admission to the Exhibit Gallery is complimentary. www.PearlSBuck.org/Exhibits The exhibit "Jewish Flight into China" will run through August 30, 2017, in the Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International's Welcome Center, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA. Complimentary SHOW LESS
Events For 7/10/17 (Monday)

ANDALUSIA OPEN MONDAY       7/10/17

Andalusia Mansion, 1237 State Road , BENSALEM , PA
Time: Tours at 10 am and 1pm
Sponsored by: Andalusia Foundation
Contact: 215-245-5479    WEBSITE

Mondays from 04/03-10/30, closed major holidays. Guided house and self-guided garden tours of Andalusia, the National Historic Landmark home of Nicholas Biddle, President of the 2nd United States Bank. $20 per person Reservations required, please call 215-245-5479. Other tours, Tuesday-Friday by appointment. $20 Purchase tickets at the door
STOVER MILL GALLERY - JULY: JAS SZYGIEL 'A BUCKS COUNTY JOURNEY'       7/1/17-7/30/17

Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Rd - Rt 32 , ERWINNA , PA
Time: Each Saturday and Sunday 1 pm to 5 pm in July
Sponsored by: Tinicum Civic Assocation
   WEBSITE    EMAIL

Oil paintings admission is free
EXHIBIT: JEWISH FLIGHT INTO CHINA       1/25/17-8/31/17

Exhibit Gallery at Pearl S. Buck International, 520 Dublin Road , PERKASIE