Supporting and Promoting the Arts at the University of Pennsylvania
History professor Sophia Rosenfeld explores the post-Trump state of democracy in America in her new book, "Democracy and Truth: A Short History."
PennPraxis Launches Toolkit for Neighborhood Preservation
The City of Philadelphia has recently launched efforts to expand the field of people who have a stake in historic preservation.
Penn at SXSW
This is the third year the Penn Center for Innovation has led a group of University-affiliated startups to the conferences and festivals in Austin.
The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation is no longer receiving inquiries for its 2018/2019 grant cycle. Our annual grants process will reopen in the fall of 2019. Please sign up for our newsletter to stay informed.
The Sachs Program’s grantmaking supports innovative arts activities throughout the Penn community, providing funding to Penn faculty, staff, students, departments, programs, and centers. Our vision is that the arts at Penn are valued and embraced as a creative catalyst, driving innovation, inspiration, and action.
Thursday March 21Stimulus Children’s Theatre Presents “The Brave Little Tailor”
A mischievous silly jester (who speaks in verse) introduces the audience to a young tailor who has been discounted his entire life because he is small. This meek tailor in the village is bullied by his boss, smothered by his mother and harassed by customers.
Thursday March 21Silverstein Photography Lecture Series: Omer Fast
World-renowned photographer, Omer Fast, will be visiting Penn for a lecture.
Friday March 22Screening: Sorry to Bother You
A free screening of Sorry to Bother You will occur on 3/22.
Friday March 22The Excelano Project Presents: Namesake
The Excelano Project Spring 2019 show, Namesake, will take place on Friday the 22nd and Saturday the 23rd of March at 8pm.
The Philomathean Society is proud to present Tracy K. Smith, Pulitzer Prize winning Poet Laureate of the United States, as the 2019 Annual Orator.