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‚ÄčThe SEPTA Airport Rail Line will be using shuttle bus service on weekends in August beginning Saturday-Sunday, August 5-6, between Philadelphia International Airport and 30th Street Station due to a track improvement project. Shuttle bus service will transport passengers between the Airport and 30th Street beginning at approximately 4:30AM on Saturdays through 12:30AM on Mondays. Bus schedules will be posted at platforms at Terminals A-East, B, C/D and E and can be downloaded at More information

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Terminal F, Concourse 2

January 10, 2006 - July 5, 2006 

Philadelphia artist Marilyn Holsing has created a series of works on paper that are illustrative vignettes based on fictitious characters, most often young girls poised in wry, dreamlike scenarios. Each painting typically features one figure, often with long braided hair, framed within a seemingly floating, isolated pastoral scene. Usually, the young girl is actively engaged in odd, sometimes humorous situations like riding a horse while lying on her back or having braided hair so long that she has to push it up the hill in a wheelbarrow. Holsing's imagery and painting techniques are inspired by the scenes and monochromatic palettes of toile fabric, an 18th-century French textile design characterized by the depiction of gentrified society at leisure. A fabric still popular today, Holsing's imaginative interpretation of toile is a contemporary view of our collective culture.