October 12, 2018On The Unique Powers of Zines: (Mini)nterview with Alyson del Pino
Conversation with Alyson del Pino on heartbreaking zines, the materiality of artwork, and publishing.
October 11, 2018Help us Get Out The Vote at Penn!
Penn Leads The Vote, the student-led nonpartisan voter engagement organization, is working to turn out the vote on campus. They will be putting up lawn signs and other collateral around campus in the coming weeks. WE WANT TO PUT YOUR ARTWORK ON A PENN LEADS THE VOTE LAWN SIGN!
October 4, 2018Penn Alumni Announces Penn Spectrum Weekend 2019
Penn Spectrum Weekend brings together alumni for dialogue centered on issues of cultural identity. We welcome alumni and allies from all backgrounds as well as current Penn undergraduate and graduate students. The conference focuses on issues pertinent to the Black, Latinx, Native, Asian, and LGBTQ alumni and student communities.
October 4, 2018Penn Today Features Arthur Ross Gallery’s William Kentridge Exhibition
The exhibition, “William Kentridge Universal Archive,” will be on display until Nov. 11. There will also be several related programs and events, including a concert on Oct. 16 by visiting South African jazz musicians in collaboration with Carol Muller, a Penn music professor. Students will be giving docent tours on the weekends.
October 1, 2018The Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts Ushered in a Robust Lineup of Programming, With Season Launch
The Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts kicked off its 2018-19 season, the last weekend of September, ushering in a robust lineup of programming—most of which will be new for Philadelphia audiences.