Arts

Vagina Monologues: On Rehearsals and Criticism Ahead of this Year’s Show

How intersectionality and change figure in to V–Day's 18th annual production.

by ANNA CALLAHAN

Behind the LOVE Statue

So much more than a tourist spot.

by XINYI WAN

Re–Finding Romance in Art History’s Famous Kisses

Forget the noncommittal culture of Penn with these portraits of true love.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

DIY Crafts for Your Special Valentine

A box of chocolate and flowers isn't going to cut it anymore.  

by ELIZABETH LEMIEUX

Collecting Art as a College Student: Why You Should Do It Too

It's not hoarding if you don't call it hoarding.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

Benjamin Franklin Parkway: The History of Philly's Arts and Culture Epicenter

Examining the changing face of one of Philly's most famed byways.

by XINYI WAN

The Sun and Her Followers: On Rupi Kaur

The value of bad poetry.

by ELIZABETH LEMIEUX

Your Guide to the Kimmel Center's Upcoming Theater Events

Your guide to Philly's theatrical scene for the winter months and beyond. 

by TAMARA GELBAND

How to Travel for Free with the Penn Art Department

Add that to the list of reasons to take an arts class.

by ELIZABETH LEMIEUX

Exploring the ICA's Winter Opening

A latex pig named "Candyass" and a New Folder walk into a room...

by SHERRY TSENG

Meet Jenn Tran: The Next Shepard Fairey on Wall Street

She's "sticker–bombed" the city and is painting a mural in Brooklyn later this year.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

A Walk Through Edgar Allan Poe's Philadelphia Home

Touring the famed author's house in all its macabre glory.

by CHRISTINA IRMEN

Belle Carlson: A Day in the Life of an International Artist–in–Residence

One semester, three different countries, and a whole lot of art.

by MICHAELA TINKEY

Art and Apps: How Technology Stands to Change the Museum Experience

Tag yourself, I'm Rembrandt. 

by XINYI WAN

Ultraviolet Named Pantone's 2018 Color of the Year: Why It Matters

It's so much more than a color. 

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

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