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'Mythic Creatures' Exhibition at Drexel: Myth and Nature Are Not So Different, After All

Academy of Natural Sciences takes on the history of myth, exploring the relationship between nature and legend.

by JESS ARATEN

Glee Club Demonstrates Their Love For Community In 'The Good, The Bad, And The Uglee'

The group delivers a hilarious performance dedicated to community and friendship.   

by KATIE FARRELL

From Parents to Punk–Rockers: The 21st Annual Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention

A look at Philadelphia's thriving tattoo scene and its role within the greater arts community.

by JESS ARATEN

Live from Philly, it's The Moth StorySLAM at World Cafe Live!

Enjoy uniquely human stories at this monthly open–mic competition, or better yet, tell one of your own. 

by JESSICA BAO

'The Complicit Eye': Kukuli Velarde's Deconstruction Of Beauty In Western Culture

Velarde's artwork explores the dichotomy in modern beauty between fitting in and standing out. 

by KATIE FARRELL

A Look At Penn Dhamaka's Latest Production, 'DMAK High'

The all–male dance troupe blends impressive choreography with infectious energy.

by MEHEK BOPARAI

Samantha Friskey, Penn Plays Fellowship Winner, Talks First Performance of 'Rabbit'

Penn Plays Fellowship recipient Samantha Friskey addresses the impact of gun violence on interfamily relationships.

by JESS ARATEN

'I is for Institute': The Institute of Contemporary Art's Interactive Digital Project

On exploring the past history, present mission, and future trajectory of art insitutions. 

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

Meet Professor Janice Lowe, The Multimedia Artist Blurring Lines Between Text and Sound

A professor's insight on her own work and the expansion of multi-media art as a whole. 

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

What to Expect From Philly Theater Week

With accessible tickets and diverse performances, why miss out on the chance to see some new shows?

by ALLIE SHAPIRO

Find Out How ‘Time Passes’ for You in this Eight–Hour Performance of 'To the Lighthouse'

The entrance fee: a potluck item and a willingness to commit.

by LIZ KIM

Don't Miss "The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical" Live In Philadelphia

How this onstage rendition breathes new life into Rick Riordan's original coming-of-age classic

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

What to Read After Finishing Michelle Obama's 'Becoming'

Still craving inspiration from some kick ass women in politics? Street’s got you covered. 

by KARIN HANANEL

Photography In Crisis: Slought's Newest Exhibit on Cultural Collaboration

This narrative photography exhibition captures the essence of crisis in Greece through the collaborative efforts of artists from the Depression Era Project. 

by ANJALEE BHUYAN

Paul Philippe Cret: The Penn Professor Behind Iconic Philly Landmarks

Thirty–four years of teaching at Penn and innovative projects have left an enduring mark on the architectural fabric of the city.

by XINYI WAN

Year in Review: Street's Top Ten Books of 2018

The books Street writers and editors couldn't stop reading this year. 

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Graphic Design Is David Comberg's Passion

How PennDesign faculty David Comberg uses graphic design as a force for good.

by XINYI WAN

Rebuilding Penn: Penn’s Architectural Additions in Recent Years

Compared with New College House, these additions were under noticed and underestimated. 

by XINYI WAN

Beautiful Monsters: An Art Exhibit of Worms and Bacteria

Students from FNAR268 are using real lifeforms to pioneer a new language. 

by SHERRY TSENG

12 Objects & 12 Images: PennDesign in Venice

12 Objects and 12 Images: PennDesign exhibit in Venice

by XINYI WAN

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