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Arts

Navigating Fantasy Worlds with Truth and Image

I–House Philly’s fall exhibition allows viewers to get lost in their own imagination. 

by CHRISTINA LU

Open Studio: A Sneak Peek of Fine Art Senior Projects

A walk through what's going on in the heads of these seniors. 

by SHERRY TSENG

Alex Fisher: From Capturing Cafe Culture To Penn Student Life Through the Camera Lens

A close-up shot at the Penn senior's love for photography and film.

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

Five New Books to Cozy Up With This November

Grab a warm cup of cider and lose yourself in the pages of these fall book releases.

by RANIA ZAKARIA

Open Mic Night at the Kelly Writer's House Speakeasy Where "Poetry, Prose, and Anything Goes"

A celebration of the singers, poets, artists, and writers inside each of us.

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

Off the Beat: Redefining a Cappella and Rock Since ‘87

From Panic! At the Disco to Drake to Sam Smith, this group's repertoire knows no limits—and neither do its members.

by MISTY LIAO

What's Happening This Weekend with Penn Performing Arts Groups

We've rounded up eight Penn student performances for this weekend, all $10 or less! 

by EMILY GELB

Penn Dance and Penn Glee Clubs Presents Recalculating: A Mix of Math, Music, and Motion

Highlights of the 17th annual collaborative performance between Penn Glee Club and Penn Dance.

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

Student Artist Eliza Culp Has Shaved Heads in the Name of Art

A mechanical engineer turned artist explores traditional masculinity through hair.

by CHRISTINA LU

Anna Dumitriu’s BioArt and Bacteria Exhibition Fuses Microbes with Art

Her work is a haunted reflection on how humankind has dealt with diseases throughout the eras. 

by CHRISTINA LU

Let Your Hair Down at PAGE's "Love Your Body" Week

Women of color at Penn get real about their hair at this art exhibit.

by EMMA MOORE

'Jerusalem Stabile:' The Big Red Structure Outside Meyerson

Alexander Calder was inspired so create this work by unrest in Israel in the 70s. 

by XINYI WAN

inVISIBLE Shows the Power of Representation

The art gallery in PAACH promotes cultural awareness and the intersectional identity. 

by SHERRY TSENG

CaffeiNations: A Celebration of Coffee Around the World

How your average cup of joe is not just a café staple but a cultural staple, too.

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

From Poetry to Performance with the Excelano Project

A behind the scenes look at the Excelano Project's upcoming spoken poetry show, Entropy.

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

The Penn Museum Brings a Personal Touch to Artifacts with Global Guides

They add a personal touch to explaining the artifacts from their own countries. 

by XINYI WAN

The da Vinci Drawings: Professor Olin's Archival Sketches

He's designed places from Bryant Park to the Washington Monument. 

by XINYI WAN

SAS Truly Presented "Friends" at their Cultural Show This Weekend

A celebration of culture, talent, and community with the South Asian Society.

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

What to See on Campus This November

Performing arts groups, a Grammy winning artist, dancers, and so much more.

by SHERRY TSENG

Remembrance of History: The Philadelphia Holocaust Memorial Plaza's Reopening

Understanding history as it should never be repeated. 

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

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