1. Discovering the Impressionists: Paul Durand-Ruel and the New Painting at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

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    "Discovering the Impressionists: Paul Durand-Ruel and the New Painting" at the Philadelphia Museum of Art is a breathtakingly beautiful show which follows Paul Durand-Ruel's rise as a "visionary Parisian art dealer who enthusiastically championed Impressionist artists new style of painting. This exhibition examines the critical years from 1865 to 1905 when Durand-Ruel both inspired and sustained artists like Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Édouard Manet, Camille Pissarro, and Edgar Degas. World-famous masterpieces by these artists and others are shown with historical photographs and documents to explore this vital period." (www.phliamuseum.org) MainLineTV.org

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    • Art Weiss 16th Annual Client Appreciation Event

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      Art Weiss 16th Annual Client Appreciation Event Wednesday May 27th, 2015 5:00 pm-8:30 pm at Cescaphe 923 North 2nd Street Philadelphia. Entertainment and valet parking. MainLineTV.org aweiss@fscadvisor.com

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      • Philadelphia Stories: Sandy Crimmins National Prize for Poetry 2015 at Rosemont College

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        The Philadelphia Stories presentation of the Sandy Crimmins National Prize for Poetry 2015 at Rosemont College awarded a talented group of poets. Submissions were in the hundreds and came from as far as New Mexico. The prize is made possible by the generous support of Sandy Crimmins' husband Joseph Sullivan, and her family. Music by Dax Johnson "For Rain" and on piano: Peter Simpkins. www.PhiladelphiaStories.org MainLineTV.org

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        • Future of StoryTelling

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          Experience seventeen virtual reality and interactive "sensory" stories; ones that engage your sight, hearing, touch and smell at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York. These works include Birdly, a bird flight simulator, oBook merging scent and literature and Google Cube, a six dimensional story telling platform. April 18-July 26, 2015.

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          • The 5 Bs: Birds, Bees, Butterflies, Bats & Bugs

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            "Wayne Art Center and Bird Town, Pennsylvania, the working partner of the Audubon Society, will be collaborating on an exhibition featuring works depicting birds, bats, bees, butterflies and other insects. The show will include two and three-dimensional works that will be showcased inside and outdoors at the Wayne Art Center from Sunday, March 29 through Saturday, May 2, 2015. The exhibition of paintings, drawings, prints, special media, as well as ceramics, sculpture, jewelry, fiber and glass will be on display in the Davenport Gallery. Outdoor sculpture will be installed in the gardens of the Wayne Art Center." (http://www.wayneart.org/exhibition/the-5-bs-birds-bees-butterflies-bats--bugs) (www.MainLineTV.org)

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            • National Art of Botswana at The Wayne Art Center

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              The National Art of Botswana: Contemporary Art & Craft was proudly hosted by the Wayne Art Center. The Republic of Botswana and the Ministry of Youth, Sport and Culture helped sponsor this exhibit which included paintings, artwork, baskets and Rhythms of the Kalahari, a Tswana dance group: Mumcy Mpelege and Mpho Setshwane. www.MainLineTV.org

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              • Philadelphia Flower Show

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                PHS Philadelphia Flower Show "Celebrate the Movies" 2015 is blooming with excitement at the Convention Center in Philadelphia. The Pennsylvania Horticulture Society (PHS) supports the show along with thousands of volunteers and is the largest indoor flower show. This year celebrates the movies with Disney themed competitions and displays clad with moving parts, gigantic gardens, butterflies, fountains, steps, hats, pocketbooks and even Gene London Hollywood Collection dresses. There is an Alzheimer's memory garden, urban garden, Hollywood sets and miniature movie sets. Filmed for Radnor Studio 21. www.MainLineTV.org "Call to Adventure" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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                • Valley Forge Flowers creates a dazzling entrance garden for the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show

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                  Feel the excitement and view the beautiful flowers as Valley Forge Flowers readies the entrance garden for the oldest and largest flower show in the world. Lights, Camera, Bloom! This year celebrate the movies with themes inspired by Disney®. It's sure to be enjoyed by all! The garden will resemble a 1920's movie palace with columns and palm trees, thousands of dried flowers and feature a screen that will show the winning entries of the short film competition "What is Beauty". PHS Philadelphia Flower Show runs February 28th to March 8, 2015 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Filmed for www.MainLineTV.org and Radnor Studio 21.

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                  • The Art of the Brick at the Franklin Institute (LEGO® brick art)

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                    LEGO® has produced 400 billion LEGO elements in the past 80 years. Nathan Sawaya is a New York artist who creates sculptures and artwork out of LEGO bricks. A global sensation, the artist hopes to inspire others to create art and explore their artistic abilities. www.MainLineTV.org

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