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Arts

‘30 Americans’ Brings Visions of a New Artistic Future to Philadelphia

The latest special exhibition at the Barnes Foundation commemorates the 10th anniversary of this travelling art collection.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

My Top Five Weird Finds at This Year's West Philly Artists Yard Sale

Local artists cleared their studios out at Black Hound Clay Studio's yard sale event on Oct. 27, and they did not disappoint.

by LAYLA MURPHY

Onda Latina’s 'In Theaters Now': Sexy, Professional, and Larger–Than–Life

Penn's premier Latin dance troupe stunned audiences on the weekend of Nov. 1 with an upbeat and thematically cohesive show.

by AVERY JOHNSTON

'Notorious RBG': A New Exhibit at the NMAJH Dedicated to the Iconic Supreme Court Justice

The exhibit takes you through the incredible life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

by ANYA TULLMAN

Killjoy's Kastle: More Than Just A 'Lesbian Feminist Haunted House'

The exhibit, which showed in Philly through the Halloween season, reclaims a fundamentalist Christian tradition to explore our current politics surrounding gender and sexuality.

by QUINN ROBINSON

‘Rent’ 20th Anniversary Tour: A Powerful Live Musical Experience

Returning to the Merriam Theatre from a sold–out show in March, the Rent 20th Anniversary Tour was a beautiful reminder that Penn students should take advantage of Philly’s live musical scene. 

by JESSICA BAO

The Best Young Adult LGBT Novels I've Read During College

The YA section is full of hidden gems, and we picked some out for you.

by HARSHITA GUPTA

What Pop Art Can Say about Penn's Campus

The 'LOVE' sculpture is a piece of Pop Art history, but at Penn, it's taken on a new meaning.

by REMA HORT

The Kelly Writers House Edible Books Party Brings Culinary Creativity to Campus

The event challenges people to come up with their own interpretations of books through food.

by TSEMONE OGBEMI

The West Philly Artists Yard Sale Returns to Black Hound Clay Studio

On Oct. 27, WPAYS will connect artists cleaning out their studios and locals seeking affordable art.

by HANNAH LONSER

Philadelphia's HERspace Art Festival Gives Female Artists A Platform

On the first Saturday of each month, the exhibit gives women a forum to break into the local art scene.

by ANYA TULLMAN

Why You Should Listen to Fiction Podcasts

Podcasts are on the rise, but many listeners have yet to dive into the immersive fictional worlds that the medium has to offer.

by HARSHITA GUPTA

'Presenting the Damn Thing:' A Powerful Contemplation of American Heritage

Philly local Inga Kimberly Brown's art exhibit weaves together an American Dialogue with the artist's own identity.

by ANA HALLMAN

The PMA's Friday Nights Series Is an Unmissable Art Experience

The almost–weekly series unifies attendees and artists through whimsical performance and extended museum hours.

by AVERY JOHNSTON

'arms ache avid aeon' Brings ACT UP–Era Activism to the ICA

Four core members of the art collective fierce pussy showcase work old and new.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

Bloomers' LaughtHERFest Is Fighting for Inclusive Comedy

The event—which takes place on Saturday, Sep. 14—seeks to empower anyone who wants to be funny.

by HANNAH YUSUF

A More Reflective Campus: Two Sculptures Formerly at PMA Relocate to Penn

These huge and heavy artworks will be on long–term loan for the next 99 years.

by JESSICA BAO

For PennDesign's Newest Exhibit, Follow The Bees

These artists want you to think about climate change. 

by KARIN HANANEL

Four Must–See Art Exhibitions In Philadelphia this Summer

Four Must–See Art Exhibitions In Philadelphia this Summer

by JULIA DAVIES

"A Visit from the Goon Squad": What Jennifer Egan's Book Taught Me About The Twists and Turns Of Time

Pulitzer prize winner and Upenn graduate Jennifer Egan's book tracks development, histories, and interconnectedness through time.

by KATIE FARRELL

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