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Elizabeth Lemieux


The Case for Reading Screenplays as Literature

A new way to experience your favorite film.

Photo Ready Philly

Freshen up your feed with these Philly locations.

First in Fairness: The ICA is the First to be WAGE Certified

The ICA is the first museum to be instituting a standardized wage for its artists. 

Meet Freshman Adel Wu: Artist, Engineer, and Advocate

She's illustrated children's books and sold her own art on Society6. 

Heavenly Tapas at Oloroso, Philly's Newest Spanish Restaurant

Who knew squid ink rice, rib–eye steak, and churros would make such a perfect meal?

Inside Kelly Writer's House: Slam Poetry with Gabriel Ramirez and Kassidi Jones

Summoning poetry to life with guest speakers and friendship.

Student Artist Spotlight: Zoltan Csoknyay on his Fashion Brand

How this Wharton sophomore's family history influenced his fashion entrepreneurship. 

The Best Queer Media and What They All Have in Common

If you liked 'Call Me By Your Name,' you'll love these books and films with the same motifs.

Famous Architect and Penn Alum: Louis I. Kahn In Concrete and On Paper

The renowned architect's designs are right in Fisher Fine Arts. 

Street's Book List for Spring Break

Some tasteful books to keep you company this break.

Carmen Maria Machado: Sitting Down with Penn's Writer–In–Residence

Carmen is just like us. Except she is an award winning writer.

Behind the Work–Study Students in the Arts

Plot Twist: An Artist Makes Money

Crossing Literary and Visual Arts in "Experimental Writing" Class

Exploring new perspectives through the intersections of different arts.

Reading Terminal Market's Chinese New Year Celebration

Lion dances, Tai Chi, calligraphy, and so much more.

Famous Penn Alumni in the Arts

The writer of The Disaster Artist, the creator of The Addams Family, and more.

DIY Crafts for Your Special Valentine

A box of chocolate and flowers isn't going to cut it anymore.  

The Sun and Her Followers: On Rupi Kaur

The value of bad poetry.

How to Travel for Free with the Penn Art Department

Add that to the list of reasons to take an arts class.

Skin Suits and T–Shirts: An Interview with Frilly Gurl's René Micheli

An inside look at one of Raxx Vintage West's most interesting vendors.

Pussyhats and Protest Fashion in the Age of Trump

Plot twist: Trump's actually a trendsetter. But not in the way you'd want.
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