The Latvian Society of Philadelphia is an artists' paradise. Artists from all over the nation come and put on their work of art for display and admiration. The display of all beautiful paintings, photographic excellence, digital design and sculpture are just spellbinding. A few shows also have taken place here including the Hedwig and the Angry Inch which was a brilliant enactment provoking you to think about self identity and self realization and the search for love. Exhibitions are regular here be it for Rock Punk or featuring movies or comic books. As said before, it is an artists' paradise.
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