Weekend fun in Philly

Weekend fun in Philly

Lansdale Reporter
By Brian Bingaman

Fairmount Park Art Association (now Association for Public Art) launches a Museum Without Walls audio tour of 51 Philadelphia outdoor sculptures. The tour is accessible by cell phone, audio download, or streaming audio at www.museumwithoutwallsaudio.org.

Museum Without Walls is accessible by phone, app, or online
Museum Without Walls is accessible by phone, app, or online. Photo Caitlin Martin © 2010 for the Association for Public Art.

Also, there is a Museum Without Walls mobile application for iPhone, BlackBerry and Android. A free map and guide will be available at the Fairmount Park Welcome Center in LOVE Park and local visitor centers and nearby cultural institutions. The Museum Without Walls Audio Web site will also promote user-generated content, inviting Philadelphia visitors and residents to send in their own stories and submit personal photos of favorite public art works. The official public launch happens at 11 a.m. today in LOVE Park, JFK Plaza at 16th Street and JFK Boulevard.

Related Artworks




by Robert Indiana (1928 - 2018)

15th Street and John F. Kennedy Boulevard

For the bicentennial celebration in 1976, artist Robert Indiana lent the city a large aluminum sculpture of his “love” image. Indiana first produced this design as a painting in 1964.

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