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Arts

Blossoming this Spring

Don’t miss the Cherry Blossom Festival in Fairmount Park this Sunday.

by MEGAN RUBEN

Feeling Small

With his striking photography, Penn grad Tetsugo Hyakutake humbles humanity in the face of its own colossal creations.

by ELLIE LEVITT

XOXO, WILLIAM EARLE

Exposing the ‘awkward’ human truth under the mask of elitist culture.

by MEGAN RUBEN

How Penn Does Fashion

Street caught up with Design2Show’s fashion show director, Blaine Beshah, to discuss how Penn students handle fashion and style. Visit pennfashionweek.com for a schedule of events.

by 34TH STREET

Fashion as Sculpture

With his exquisite fashion–sculptures, designer Roberto Capucci pushes the limits of fashion into the realm of art.

by ALEXA NICOLAS

Artist Profile: Joanna Ehrenreich

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by 34TH STREET

March-April Arts Listings

Reading Terminal Market’s Annual Scrapplefest March 26, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Free! No it’s not apple scraps!

by 34TH STREET

Common Ground

The Mural Arts Program’s newest tour takes you through Philly’s collection of African American–inspired murals, guided by the trusty voice of The Roots’ ?uestlove.

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Review: Matrix Series at the Wexler Gallery

Wexler Gallery's newest exhibit calls for a reflection on the elegance of glass and the magic of intricate detail.

by ISABEL OLIVERES

Chagall at the PMA

The Philadelphia Museum of Art’s latest show gives a tired master a second wind.

by SAMANTHA BLOOM

Artspiration: The Irish Memorial Sculpture

On the corner of Front Street and Chestnut, overlooking the Delaware River, stands the imposing Irish Memorial Sculpture.

by ISABEL OLIVERES

Penn Visual Studies

An amalgam of philosophy and the science of seeing (sector A), art and the culture of seeing (sector B) and art practice and technology (sector C), the Visual Studies major has students crossing disciplinary boundaries.

by 34TH STREET

Review: Elemental Matters Artists Imagine Chemistry

There’s more chemistry between science and art than you might expect. With twenty–first century technology, science as we know it seems to grow more and more entangled in art.

by INNA KOFMAN

February Arts Listings

Secrets of the Silk Road Now–3/28 Penn Museum, 3260 South St. Student ticket: $16.50 Website Our very own Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology brings “Secrets of the Silk Road,” an exploration of more than 100 artifacts from the Silk Road in Central Asia, including textiles, coins, jewelry and more.

by 34TH STREET

Artist Profile: Hannah Van Sciver

Name: Hannah Van Sciver, 2014 Hometown: Cape Cod, Massachusetts Major: English Medium of Choice: Words Street: What inspired you to begin writing poetry?

by 34TH STREET

Review: The Peacock Male at the PMA

I wanna see your peacock.

by ELLIE LEVITT

Prints for the Taking

Amze Emmons organized “Refugee Reading Room” at Space 1026, creating an area where about 60 artists could place prints, all of which are free for the taking.

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Review: Everything and Nothing

Appearing to be a “space in transition,” Frances Trombly’s exhibit, “Everything and Nothing,” currently on show at The Galleries at Moore, could easily be dismissed as an unfinished installation.

by MEGAN RUBEN

The Fab(ulous) Hideout

Are you cut–out for it?

by MAANVI SINGH

Artspiration: 514 Fitzwater

Adrian Franco | 34st MagazineIt’s difficult for a building to stand out in Queen Village.

by ISABEL OLIVERES

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