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January 22, 2019 | Press Releases
A Portal to the Introspective at Esther Klein Gallery
Virtual reality and painted meditation are just a few of the sessions lined up for the closing reception of the Portal’s exhibit at the University City Science Center’s Esther Klein Gallery (EKG). The exhibit, which opened at EKG on December 13 and runs through January 29, highlights the benefits of art-making on physiological and psychological health. Portals will feature a series of closing events in conjunction with Venture Café Philadelphia on January 24.
The Science Center’s nationally recognized FirstHand program kicked off the new year last week with new digs, new philanthropic funding and four spirited project pitches by 10th graders at Paul Robeson High School in West Philadelphia.
After Lia Diagnostics was accepted into the Science Center’s Digital Health Accelerator (DHA) program, the awards and recognition started piling on….First Prize at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin, Fast Company’s 2018 World Changing Ideas Award Winner in the Health Category, and TIME’s 50 best inventions in 2018.
Here’s the Philly Business and Tech Community 2019 Wish List
As we approach 2019, Philadelphia’s business and tech community has a big opportunity to keep 2018’s momentum alive. This year, the community rallied around crucial discussions about Philadelphia’s identity as a competitive business destination. But what happens now?
Read more at https://www.phillymag.com/business/2018/12/27/philadelphia-business-and-tech-community-2019-wish-list/#mrGAqAP8Gl6r4O1H.99