What is an appropriate monument for the current city of Philadelphia? Monument Lab: A Public Art and History Project gives 20 potential answers.
The third installment of a series devoted to demystifying the art world
In the spirit of Halloween, take a look at what artists have created to show you the deadly, the ghostly, and the psychotic.
When you are registering for courses, look for those that take you abroad for free over break.
Van Pelt Edition
Fall has begun. Get ready for leaves and pumpkins and a brand spanking new aesthetic.
The artist behind Mattress Performance wants you to feel the healing power of art.
Printmaking resources at Penn, Philly community publications, and more. Oh my!
In memory of the late pioneering feminist art historian Linda Nochlin, here is a list of professors conducting research at the intersection of art and gender at Penn.
The parkway gets a makeover for its centennial by internationally renowned artist Cai Guo-Qiang.
Making/Breaking the Binary: Women, Art & Technology (1968-1985), a multi–venue curatorial project by Kelsey Halliday Johnson, surveys a generation of pioneering artists in new media and reconsiders their roles as technology innovators who helped shape the information age.
The first installment of a series devoted to demystifying the art world
An insider look at the partnership between Penn and the Philadelphia Museum of Art beyond the NSO party
Flânerie at the Barnes
The second installment of a series devoted to demystifying the art world
Street staff gives a makeup tutorial.
Raising the bar
"Late Fragment," Photography | Film Exhibition, on view from April 5 to April 7, Claudia Cohen Hall, Fox Art Gallery
Penn's artists explore the theme of love
Penn alums returned to campus to share their insider tips for the artsy and career–anxious.
Penn's spoken word collective
The fourth installment of a series devoted to demystifying the art world
Landscape / Soundscape: Sound artists respond to photographs from Penn’s University Art Collection.
When Theater Arts major Olivia Matlin (C'18) described her acting and playwriting style as dark comedy, she wasn't joking.