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Arts

Meet Anna Hoppel, the Painter Bringing Motion to a Static Form of Art

Artist Spotlight | Anna wants you to know that art is all around you and within you.

by NATALIA CASTILLO

Stories Beyond Logic

Surreal representation re-emerges in ongoing exhibits in the New York City art scene.

by XINYI (CINDY) JIANG

Rodin’s Little Miracles

The famed French artist’s boundless sense of wonder, seen through his hand sculptures

by IRMA KISS

Get to Know Penn's Oldest Stone(r)s

Penn gargoyles take social media by storm.

by MIRA SYDOW

Getting to Know '100 People'

Mark Stockton’s exhibition turns the portrait into a non–hierarchical medium.

by EMILY MAIORANO

BookTok Is Making Books Cool Again

Bookworms are revolutionizing reading, one recommendation at a time.

by SHELBY ABAYIE

'Hadestown' Retells the Myth of Orpheus in a Critique of Capitalism

It’s more than just a love story.

by XINYI (CINDY) JIANG

On Penn's Campus, Women's History Lurks in Plain Sight

Explore iconic female figures on campus through these ten artworks.

by EMILY MAIORANO

The Rotunda Offers a Space for Art, and Community Too

Inside a landmark West Philly cultural center

by EMILY MAIORANO

Summer Walker makes space for interiority, proving she’s 'Still Over It'

Walker's sophomore album places a premium on voice and navigates a complicated relationship. 

by KALIYAH DORSEY

What’s in a Joke? Jean–Michel Rabaté Makes the Case for Laughter

In 'Rires Prodigues: Rire et Jouissance chez Marx, Freud et Kafka," the english professor smiles at the end of the world.

by IRMA KISS

Euphoria’s “Out of Touch” Finds Liberation in Unreliability

The show's aesthetics give voice and connection to ‘out of touch’ identities. 

by KALIYAH DORSEY

34th Street Staff Picks: Our Favorite Books from 2021

From hard–hitting journalism to classic comfort reads, Street's staff kept their noses in the books this past year.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Black women, don't hold your breath for love—it's all around you.

30 years since its release, Terry McMillan's ‘Waiting to Exhale‘ still resonates with Black, college–age women.

by KALIYAH DORSEY

Strike a Pose: Presenting Arts House’s “Vogue”

The group’s first in–person show in two years was a stylish success.

by JESSA GLASSMAN

WTF is an NFT?

Here’s everything you need to know about these crypto collectibles.

by JESSA GLASSMAN

Escape the Cold with these Cozy Compositions

Check out our favorite seasonal art picks in the Philly area.

by IRMA KISS

Meet Emma Blum: From Writing on the Playground to Winning Awards

Artist Spotlight | How this English student imbues emotion in every sentence 

by JESSA GLASSMAN

PAFA’s New Exhibit Highlights the Female Gaze

'Joan Semmel: Skin in the Game' depicts sexuality through a feminist lens. 

by KAYLA COTTER

Are you following Monet on Twitter?

Discover the “art bots” that are giving history’s favorite artists a social media presence.

by JESSA GLASSMAN

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