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Xinyi Wan


Paul Philippe Cret: The Penn Professor Behind Iconic Philly Landmarks

Thirty–four years of teaching at Penn and innovative projects have left an enduring mark on the architectural fabric of the city.

Graphic Design Is David Comberg's Passion

How PennDesign faculty David Comberg uses graphic design as a force for good.

Rebuilding Penn: Penn’s Architectural Additions in Recent Years

Compared with New College House, these additions were under noticed and underestimated. 

12 Objects & 12 Images: PennDesign in Venice

12 Objects and 12 Images: PennDesign exhibit in Venice

ENGL145: The Class That Gets You Published

In Penn's own experimental fiction literary journal, Penn students find a place for expression. 

'Jerusalem Stabile:' The Big Red Structure Outside Meyerson

Alexander Calder was inspired so create this work by unrest in Israel in the 70s. 

The Penn Museum Brings a Personal Touch to Artifacts with Global Guides

They add a personal touch to explaining the artifacts from their own countries. 

The da Vinci Drawings: Professor Olin's Archival Sketches

He's designed places from Bryant Park to the Washington Monument. 

A Year After Hurricane Maria KWH Exhibits Stories of Puerto Ricans in Philly

Las Voces de Maria exhibits the story of Puerto Ricans in Philly a year after Hurricane Maria. 

What's in the Fisher Fine Arts Rare Books Library?

With materials from late 15th century to yesterday, it is well worth a visit. 

Alum Artist Isabel Kim Makes Art from Words

She creates online games using words as the form of art. 

Negotiating Privilege with Professor Matt Neff

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

'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. 

Why You Should Visit Smaller Museums

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

Citizen Salon Lets You Choose What Art Gets Exhibited

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

How to Write a Poem with Juliet Lubwama

What goes on behind the scenes for a national student poet.

The ICA in History

It's been home to the likes of Andy Warhol and Jackson Pollack. 

Finding Uncertainty in Rationality: William Kentridge Exhibit Opens in Arthur Ross Gallery

The internationally renowned artist makes a stop at Penn.

Understanding Art at the Perry World House

How the Perry World House art reflects the building's function. 

Public Programming Brings Education Into the ICA

An inside look at this year's Free For All event.
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