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from Thursday, April 7th to Sunday, May 1st, 2011- Philadelphia International Arts Festival
Author : Festival International des Arts de Philadelphie

The Philadelphia International Arts Festival, "PIFA" will start in 2011, from April 7th to May 1st.
The PIFA will bring artistic creativity from Philadelphia on the worldwide scene with an art festival for three weeks which ambitions to become an annual meeting

Focused on innovation, collaboration and creativity, this festival will present new creations and emerging artists. Music (hip hop, classic, opera, jazz pop, and world music), dance (hip hop, ballet, modern), visual arts, fashion, cinema, architecture…
The festival 1st edition will run from April 7th 2011 to May 1st 2011, on the following theme: Paris during the 1910s-1920s. This period corresponds to time of artistic effervescence.

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Detailed program (in French only)

Some of the events listed above are posted as courtesy and may require a participation fee. They are listed for information purposes and should not be construed as an endorsement.
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