Libraries Round the World: Where Text and Textiles Mesh

Across from the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Rocky statue and steps, the Art Deco Perelman building annex holds the library and has edgy, fashion-forward exhibits. They’ve succeeded again with Off the Wall: American Art to Wear. The Latin root textere means to weave. Stories are usually communicated via written text, and clothing is typically made from … More Libraries Round the World: Where Text and Textiles Mesh

Libraries Round the World: The Philadelphia Women’s March

Today thousands of Philadelphians came out en masse for the second Women’s March in support of human rights. Participants included women, children, men, and even dogs. The march covered a short distance walking along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway near the Free Library’s main branch and ended in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and … More Libraries Round the World: The Philadelphia Women’s March