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DIY: T–Shirt Scarf

Turn your crappy t–shirt into a trendy accessory with these easy steps.

by GINA DECAGNA

Your Spring Guide To Arts Supplies



by GINA DECAGNA

Artist Profile: Kate Herzlin

Name and Year: Kate Herzlin C’14 Hometown: Rockville Centre, NY Major: English, Creative Writing Concentration STREET: How did you become interested in playwriting?  Kate Herzlin: I used to write poems when I was little.

by 34TH STREET

Interview: Locust Moon

Since relocating this summer, Locust Moon has been swarming with activity. In October, Once Upon a Time Machine, the shop's first publication via a major publishing house (Dark Horse, or the people behind Hellboy and Sin City), was released.

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Wow, What An Improvement

So, the Mona Lisa is great and all, but you know what would make it even better? Pete’s face.

by 34TH STREET

He'ss a Prodigy

Pete reflects on the genius of his early works.

by PETER HESS

An Analysis of Pete's Room Decor

We asked if we could see Pete’s bedroom. He said no…

by SECRET ADMIRER

Artist Profile: Tom McQuaid

Name and Year: Tom McQuaid, 2013 Hometown: Ellicott City, MD Major: Fine Arts Website: www.tomwmcquaid.com Street: How did you get started with graphic design?

by 34TH STREET

DIY: Holiday Glitter Art

'Tis the season of finals and crafty procrastination! Fight off those Reading Days blues with some festive holiday cheer.

by MEGAN RUBEN

Chilly Philly: A Guide to the Holidays

Although it might be cold out, that’s no reason to stay home. Load up on the layers and get in the holiday spirit this winter with Arts’ guide to the best that Philly has to offer this winter.

by BENJAMIN BEHREND

Artist Profile: Nicole Teow

Name and Year: Nicole Teow, C’13 Hometown: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Major: Bioengineering Street: How did you get started writing? Nicole Teow: I have kept a journal for as long as I can remember but only began seriously writing pieces of short fiction and poetry senior year of high school. Street: Where do you draw your inspiration? NT: I draw inspiration from the daily happenings of life.

by 34TH STREET

Get Up Offa That Thing

...and let Street satisfy your culture cravings every week with these Philly arts finds.

by SHAYLA COLE

Getting (Art) Classy in Philly

If Penn’s Fine Arts classes never seem to make it from your course cart to your final schedule, Arts has picked out some local classes that’ll let you follow your artistic dreams without killing your GPA

by CIARA STEIN

Spotlight: 9 Perspectives on a Photography Collection

A taste of Penn’s elusive photography collection is on view at the Arthur Ross Gallery.

by EILLIE ANZILOTTI

Get Up Offa That Thing

…and let Street satisfy your culture cravings every week with these Philly arts finds.

by JACK LAVIOLETTE

Four Faves From First Person Arts

The 11th annual First Person Arts Festival, presented by Penn’s own LPS program, is back.

by BENJAMIN BEHREND

DIY: Candles

November has arrived and it’s as cold as a witch’s tit. If your room’s lacking in the warm and cozy department, these easy–to–make candles should do the trick.

by MADELEINE WATTENBARGER

Artist Profile: Mandi Liu and Adam Warner

Mandi Liu Year: Class of 2015 Hometown: Parsippany, New Jersey Major: Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Adam Warner Year: Class of 2015 Hometown: Coppell, Texas [photospace] Street: When someone says engineering, fashion design probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind.

by 34TH STREET

Mixing Media

Symbiosis is what you get when writers and artists combine their creative skills.

by SOPHIA FISCHLER-GOTTFRIED

Thank God It's (First) Friday

In addition to these First Friday opening receptions, Arts picked out some nearby bars worth checking out only a short drunken stumble away from each venue.

by GINA DECAGNA

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