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Alumni and friends of Penn State's College of Arts and Architecture are invited to join Dean Barbara Korner for a gathering at the home of alumnus Michael Chapman (MFA '80 Theatre). The home, designed by modernist architect Raphael Soriano for noted...

Alumni of Penn State's College of Arts and Architecture who live or work in New York City, along with alumni attending the 2015 College Art Association Annual Conference, are invited to a reception on Thursday, February 12, 2015 from 6:00 to 8:00 p....

Penn State Musical Theatre alumna Addi McDaniel (BFA '07), "a dynamo with a brass plated voice" (The Los Angeles Times), and "exceptionally virtuosic and sensitive harpist" (Classical Source Online) Jacqueline Kerrod join...

  Pittsburgh-based artist and School of Visual Arts alumnus Mike Fratangelo will speak at the Rivers Club's Jazz Networking and 2nd Set Jam Session at the Club, on Wednesday, October 29. In between the two sessions there is an innovator,...

Join us Friday, September 26 from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the Penn State Downtown Theatre Center, where School of Theatre alumnus Mike Karns ('11) and his business associate, Tony Award-winning producer Hunter Arnold ("Kinky Boots") will...

Here's an exciting opportunity to learn about the ins and outs of investing in Broadway shows, and find out how YOU can be involved. Hosted by Penn State theatre alumnus Mike Karns and his colleague, Tony-Award winning producer Hunter Arnold,...

New York City Parks and First Street Green have announced the public art exhibition Black Rock Negative Energy Absorber by Penn State School of Visual Arts professor Rudy Shepherd in First Park, Manhattan. The sculpture will be on view at the...

Blood at the Root, a newly commissioned play from the School of Theatre, was named the first-prize recipient of the Kennedy Center's One Mic Hip-Hop Theater Creator Award. The show will be in Washington, DC D.C. to accept the award and perform...

In 2004, ten years after the Rwandan Genocide that killed an estimated 800,000 people in 100 days, William Snyder III (’06 M.F.A. Art) was inspired to create an installation commemorating the horrific event, one he felt had been omitted from...

A collaborative reading of embodied philosophy, introducing the interdisciplinary book: Viscous Expectations: Justice, Vulnerability, The Ob-scene by Penn State alumna Cara Judea Alhadeff, Ph.D., will be held Saturday, March 22, from 4:30 until 6:00...

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