Arts

And The Album Of The Year Is...

Move over, Grammys. Street Beats present to you nominations for Album of the Year.

by ALIYA CHAUDHRY, AMY MARCUS, NOAH KEST, PAUL LITWIN, and TALIA STERMAN

Art as Activism

Students talk about how they use their art for the greater good.

by SHERRY TSENG

What To Do with Your Arts and Humanities Degree

Penn alums returned to campus to share their insider tips for the artsy and career–anxious.

by LINDA LIN

Zines, Art, and Vegan Hoagies

Street infiltrates the Monstera's Art and Zine Festival

by FRANKIE REITMEYER

Back to Radio: WQHS and How Students Create Programming

“Turn us on, and we’ll turn you on.” 

by SHERRY TSENG

Claudia Rankine and the Cultural Construct of Whiteness

 The writer on her new collaborative website and art space

by MICHAELA TINKEY

Feminist Art History Professors You Should Take Class with Before Graduating

In memory of the late pioneering feminist art historian Linda Nochlin, here is a list of professors conducting research at the intersection of art and gender at Penn.

by LINDA LIN

Cultures Conserved

Behind the scenes with the Penn Museum Artifact Preservation Team

by CLARE KEARNS

First Person Art Festival: Memoir Takes Stage This November

 13 days of first person theatre and personal essays warm hearts across Center City.  

by MICHAELA TINKEY

Five Spooky Works in Art History

In the spirit of Halloween, take a look at what artists have created to show you the deadly, the ghostly, and the psychotic. 

by LINDA LIN

Annenberg Presents "Sleep," a Murakami–Inspired Play

What seventeen days without sleep can do to you. 

by SHERRY TSENG

Music Helps Me Cope with Anxiety

How I learned to use music as a self–help tool

by ANONYMOUS

Finding Comfort in Art

 Art Therapy offers solace to those suffering from stress and mental illness. 

by MICHAELA TINKEY

Breaking the 'Gentlemen's Agreement'

A short history of Philly's skyline

by JULIA MCGURK

When Programmers Meet Artists: Women’s Role in Art and Tech

Making/Breaking the Binary: Women, Art & Technology (1968-1985), a multi–venue curatorial project by Kelsey Halliday Johnson, surveys a generation of pioneering artists in new media and reconsiders their roles as technology innovators who helped shape the information age. 

by LINDA LIN

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