Fashioning the ‘70s
Everyone who was anyone was outfitted in Yves Saint Laurent and Halston in the 1970s. Walk through The Museum at FIT to see many accessories and outfits popular during the glitz and turmoil of the decade.
The Orchid Show Chandeliers
Step out of the city that never sleeps and into the Florida Keys where the elegance of a tropical garden is highlighted by the conservatory’s luminous architecture. Different programs are offered for viewing the flower show including Orchid Evenings which offer music and cocktails to complement.
Take Two Film Festival
Enjoy screenings at the Anthology Film Archives; a pioneering film museum in a historic building that’s been renovated to include a 187-seat theater. With an exciting roster of films from around the world, showcasing a feisty new generation of artists exploring the frontiers of artistry and technology, the event is a must see.
Tribeca Film Festival
The Tribeca film festival is a weeklong Film festival that showcases documentaries, foreign films, the latest from big-name talent, and the greatest from up-and-coming filmmakers.
Represent: 200 Years of African American Art @ the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Learn the stories of African American artists through the variety of pieces in this expansive exhibition. Experience creative expressions of identity, 200 years of powerful artworks and the legacies of the artists who made them.
Craft Beer Trail of Greater Philadelphia
GQ named Philadelphia one of The Best Beer Cities in America, Frommer’s named it one of the 14 best beer cities globally, and it’s won medals at the annual Great American Beer Festival – It’d be a shame to not take advantage of this famous beer city.
Awfully Nice Tours
If you’re new to the Philadelphia area, Awfully Nice Tours is the outfit for you - they create the perfect tour for each audience based on your wants. Driving tours, walking tours, food and beer tours, even Segway tours: you choose, they create, everyone enjoys.
Building Philadelphia Lecture Series
This 10-part lecture series investigates the social, political, economic, and design trends that contributed to Philadelphia’s development.
Washington DC Chocolate Lover’s Walking Tour
Set aside time for this special trip through the historic Georgetown neighborhood and visit seven shops with creative chocolate treats. Take a break from the museums and monuments to experience some of DC’s most beloved local establishments.
Be delighted by the longest running play in the history of the United States, Shear Madness. Unlike any other, this unique comedy-whodunit engages with the audience who spot clues, question suspects and in the end solves the mystery.
National Cherry Blossom Festival
Events range from parties and fundraisers at famous buildings in DC to fitness on the grounds of the Washington Monument.
Scenic Lunch Cruise
Indulge on this afternoon lunch and dance cruise on the Potomac River. Travel under the only functioning draw bridge, the Woodrow Wilson Bridge, on the way from the capitol to Alexandria, VA a town rich with history dating back to the 1600’s when it was founded by tobacco merchants.
Live at 6
Enjoy local, national and international artists at this weekly concert at The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).
Explore The Life of Art: Context, Collecting, and Display
Explore The Life of Art: Context, Collecting, and Display, an interactive exhibit at the Getty Center and gain a better understanding of how the pieces in the collection are so informative about the time they were popular and coveted.
From Pop to the Pit: The LAPL Photo Collection Celebrates the L.A. Music Scene, 1978-1989
View the 80’s the way they’re meant to be seen, through those gritty, stylish early photographs. Vintage portraits of The Go-Gos, X, The Runaways, and all of the rest of your favorites are on display at the LA Public Library.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Performances
The Ailey Company has gone to perform for an estimated 25 million people in theaters in 48 states and 71 countries on six continents. Experience the Company’s mission by enjoying important works of the past in addition to new ones commissioned by their 90+ choreographers at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.
Rubens and His Legacy
Rubens’ work was influential to many other fabulous artists who followed in his footsteps. Divided into six themes: power, lust, compassion, elegance, poetry and violence, this show exudes sensuality and color like many of his works.
Changing Britain: 1945-2015
The astounding transformation that Britain has made is visible through this eclectic exhibit. View this ambitious project that examines decades of history through politics, culture and society.
Conflict, Time, Photography at Tate Modern
Learn why photography is not only an art but a wonderful form of documentation. Visitors are encouraged to consider the different perspectives that the photographer brings to the iconic moments in history that they record.
Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty
The first retrospective of Alexander McQueen’s extraordinary creative talent comes home to London after a triumphant run at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. Known for his dramatic, dark, boundary-pushing catwalks, McQueen has the most popular fashion exhibition in history.