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Aug 01, 2005 - Summer 2005 Trust briefing on the Philadelphia Museum of Art's exhibit Dalí.
Apr 19, 2005 - Description of the Pew Fellowship in the Arts program from the 2005 Pew Prospectus.
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Feb 17, 2004 - A Winter 2004 Trust magazine briefing on the Louis Kahn documentary.
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A new series of murals, funded by a grant from the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage through the Philadelphia Exhibitions Initiative, runs along a train line in a West Philadelphia neighborhood.
Learn more in the Wall Street Journal article, Love Letter to Philadelphia
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