October is American Archives Month, an opportunity for archives and archivists around the country to raise public awareness about the value of historical records and collections. Archives Month Philly is an annual celebration of archives, special collections and cultural institutions that draws inspiration from both the national American Archives Month effort and past Archives Week initiatives…
Bristol’s Riverfront Connection, a historical exhibit that focuses on the people and events as they relate to the Delaware River near Bristol.
These short, weekly chats investigate the many interesting and unusual documents being safeguarded in Penn Museum Archives’ vast collection.
Developed by Art and Lee Beltrone, founders of the Vietnam Graffiti Project, this exhibition presents the stories of American soldiers bound for Vietnam in the late 1960s.
Pennsylvania has long been known as the Keystone State, and not without cause. Its history and culture have been shaped by its place—geographically and otherwise.
Philadelphia artist Teresa Jaynes, The Moon Reader. An artist project hosted by VCP at LCP at The Library Company of Philadelphia.
What people see in the heavens has, through the ages, been connected with religion, time and science.
This exhibition highlights the myriad ways that Shakespeare, both the man and his works, have inspired artists of all kinds.