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    • Work by cartoonist William Steig -- on view at the the Kislak Center's Goldstein Family Gallery through December 19, 2014.

    • Art and Culture Welcome Reception
    • Art and Culture Welcome Reception
    • Nicole Eisenman: Dear Nemesis
    • Nicole Eisenman: Dear Nemesis
    • Chamberfest
    • Chamberfest
    • Penn Chamberfest featuring the Daedalus Quartet.

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    • Native American Voices: The People—Here and Now  at Penn Museum.

    • ARTH 513 - Modern Japanese Prints
    • ARTH 513 - Modern Japanese Prints
    • History of Art Professor Julie Davis and students from Modern Japanese Prints Curatorial Seminar visit the Kislak Center.

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    • Professor Al Filreis interviews Kelly Writers House Fellow Rae Armantrout. 

    • Graphic Design Practicum
    • Graphic Design Practicum
    • Penn's Graphic Design Practicum students designed new branding concepts for Greening Lea, a community organization in West Philadelphia.

    • Modern Japanese Prints
    • Modern Japanese Prints
    • Detail of a Japanese print from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts. 

    • Pig Iron Performance
    • Pig Iron Performance
    • Pig Iron Theatre Company Workshop Performance at Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. 

    • Shakespeare's Birthday Party
    • Shakespeare's Birthday Party
    • William Shakespeare's 450th Birthday Party at the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts. 

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    • Professor Larry Silver leads a tour of the exhibition On the Wings of Eagle and Raven: Tlingit and Haida Traditions at Arthur Ross Gallery. 

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    • ICA@50 -- ICA celebrates its 50th anniversary with a series of micro-exhibitions.

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    • Abdi Farah audience
    • The crowd at Penn alum Abdi Farah's artist talk at Arthur Ross Gallery.

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    • Penn Theatre Arts Program stages WELL, a play by Lisa Kron.

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    • In January 2014, Penn Musuem researchers discovered the Tomb of Unknown Egyptian Pharoah. 

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    • Professor Al Filreis interviews Kelly Writers House Fellow Janet Malcolm.

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    • Covenant, Alexander Liberman, 1974
    • Covenant, Alexander Liberman, 1974 -- public art on Penn's campus.

    • Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
    • Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
    • An audience at Anneberg Center for the Performing Arts.

    • Penn Symphony Orchestra Rehearsal @ Irvine Auditorium
    • Penn Symphony Orchestra Rehearsal @ Irvine Auditorium
    • Penn Symphony Orchestra Rehearsal at Irvine Auditorium.

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    • The Sphinx at Penn Museum.

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    • Levi Gikandi, Fine Arts Major, College of Arts and Sciences.

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    • Theatre Arts Program
    • In March 2013, Penn Theatre Arts Program staged Playboy of the Western World, a play by John Millington Synge.

    • Amiri Baraka @ World Cafe Live
    • Amiri Baraka @ World Cafe Live
    • Amiri Baraka performing with Professor Guthrie Ramsey's Musiqology at World Cafe Live.

    • Institute of Contemporary Art
    • Institute of Contemporary Art
    • ICA (Institute of Contemporary Art)

    • Yo La Tengo @ WXPN Free-at-Noon Concert
    • Yo La Tengo @ WXPN Free-at-Noon Concert
    • Indie rock heroes Yo La Tengo performed at a WXPN Free at Noon concert.

    • Penn students @ Morris Arboretum
    • Penn students @ Morris Arboretum
    • Penn students explore Morris Arboretum.

Featured Stories

Wanderlust: Penn graduate students curate "Itinerant Belongings"

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By Roksana Filipowska What does it mean to “belong” when national, social, and economic boundaries keep shifting? What happens to those who fall outside of such boundaries or find themselves caught between two conflicting ones? Itinerant Belongings, an exhibition opening on Saturday, November 1, features contemporary artists whose works foreground those…

The History of Art Undergraduate Thune Travel Fellowship: A Summer in Israel

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By Virginia Seymour When I received the Thune Summer Travel Fellowship there was relative calm in Israel and I had no reason to suspect that would change during my time there. By the time I revealed my travel plans to my friends, the war had started and they were less than…

The Craft of Cartoon: The Collection of William Steig at Penn

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By Lauren Shapiro In the quietest corner of Van Pelt’s sixth floor facing the atoll the library makes with the arts, history, and language buildings, is a lifetime collection from the King of Cartoons waiting to be explored. This “crown,” for those unfamiliar with the title, belongs to William Steig, an…