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Arts

Upgrade Your Dorm with These Eight Art Outlets

Get some unique artwork that'll last well after your college years.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

Your Guide to the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

A profile of the Annenberg Center and what's coming up this October

by SHERRY TSENG

You Probably Missed Jenny Holzer's Art Installation in Hill Square

The '125 Years of Women at Penn' exhibition is a campus hidden gem

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

Portraiteur Alexis Masino is Looking for Models on Tinder for her Latest Project

She’s venturing into nude photography, but in a different way than you might think.

by CHRISTINA LU

Negotiating Privilege with Professor Matt Neff

The Director of Undergraduate Fine Arts explores the power of race, gender and class through his artwork.

by XINYI WAN

Philly Art Exhibit Reclaims Beauty in "Shithole" Countries

Capturing the real side of the country, the exhibit proves that these countries are anything but "shitholes." 

by SHERRY TSENG

Where to Go for Your Next Art Supplies Haul

Looking to buy some art supplies? Street’s got you covered.

by CHRISTINA LU

'And So the Story Goes' Showcases Storytelling Throughout History at the Penn Museum

This student–curated exhibit displays the epic of Gilgamesh in cuneiform and a Japanese shadow puppet. 

by XINYI WAN

'To the Polls' Exhibition Politicizes the Past to Mobilize in the Present

The show, run by StreetsDept.com and Mural Arts Philadelphia, aims to increase civic engagement and voter turnout in the 2018 election.

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

The Book Corner: 'Kafka on the Shore' is Your Next Break Book

With a healthy dose of absurdity and an unconventional story arc, this book deserves a spot on your reading list.

by SHERRY TSENG

This Exhibit Redefines the Countries that Trump Infamously Deemed "Shitholes"

This Friday, a one–day exhibit will showcase art from "shithole" countries to promote education and highlight different perspectives.

by SHERRY TSENG

Philadelphia Theaters: Like Broadway (But Better)

Philly’s theaters show everything from legendary musicals like “Hamilton” and “Once” to local productions like the Philly native–created "Mirrors."

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Get Cultured at These Philly Museums and Art Galleries

With this combo of local specialized galleries and world–class art institutions, you'll have no shortage of suggestions for a museum date. 

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Live Performances: Drag Shows, Quizzo, Improv, Oh My!

Think outside the box and check out these what happening in Philly's spoken word, comedy, and improv community.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

LaughtHERfest Performance Brings Female–Centric Comics to Campus

SNL's Melissa Villaseñor and other comics took the stage in the performance on Saturday, Sept. 15.

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

Exploring the ICA's Fall Exhibitions

This year, they've brought in plants and disco balls. 

by SHERRY TSENG

Ken Lum: A Look at One of Penn's Most Prolific Art Professors

The Chair of the Fine Arts department has had artwork exhibited on nearly every continent.  

by SHERRY TSENG

Why You Should Visit Smaller Museums

Though they may not have the same reputation as the PMA, smaller museums have their own charms.

by XINYI WAN

Citizen Salon Lets You Choose What Art Gets Exhibited

The Arthur Ross Gallery is crowdsourcing votes for its latest exhibit, Citizen Salon. 

by XINYI WAN

Penn Student, Chuck Schultz, Sketches for FringeArts Festival

How sketching a show reveals more than just watching it does.

by SHERRY TSENG

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