A New Video and A New Exhibit

For all those who didn’t get a chance to see “The Past is A Foreign Country” at the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, and for those who did see it and would like to revisit it – you’re in luck! Check out this new video featuring the work of...

Monument Lab Returns to Philadelphia

This Thursday – tomorrow!! – Monument Lab, a project headed by Associate Professor Paul Farber and partially sponsored by HCAH, returns! In this iteration, Monument Lab is part of Design Philadelphia downtown. In its own words, Monument Lab asks,...

New Post-Bac Fellow!

Christine Dickerson is the new Post-Baccalaureate Fellow with the Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities. She attended Bryn Mawr College, majoring in the History of Art with an emphasis in film theory and production. As a working filmmaker, Christine strives to...

Friends of Mauerpark

Last year, when I was studying abroad in Berlin, I was living with a host family ten minutes by foot from Mauerpark. I had heard that Sundays at Mauerpark were a fun time — with a flea market, karaoke, street musicians – but I didn’t make it there...

Theatrics at a City Council Meeting

Recently, I added a post to the forum which detailed the new cultural asset map which was being developed to help plan a new cultural district in Chester PA. Since then, a few events have occurred which have helped circulate information about the map and its contents...

Light, Phoenix-like from the past

Thanks to the generosity of Haverford’s Hurford Center, I have been pursuing independent research for my upcoming thesis project at the Library of Congress in Washington DC. The archive is massive, but I have to the best of my abilities focused on two collections: the...
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