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Release Date: May 15 2017

Rather than having a staff appreciation day this year, the College of Arts and Architecture celebrated its staff for the entire week, May 8–12. About eighty staff members took advantage of the week’s offerings, which included staff...

Release Date: May 04 2017

Stephen Mainzer, who successfully defended his dissertation on March 1, will become the first doctoral student in the Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture to graduate with a Ph.D. in Architecture. A member of the first cohort...

Release Date: May 04 2017

World War II veteran Harlan “Rip” Hoffa, professor emeritus of art education and former associate dean for research and graduate studies in the College of Arts and Architecture, died on Monday, May 1. He was 91. Dr. Hoffa received his...

Release Date: May 01 2017

It is one thing to take a photograph. It is another to create a portrait. “Give Me Your Portrait,” an exhibition of Stephanie Swindle’s photography, curated by Nicole Cingolani, will be on view in the Borland Project Space, Monday...

Release Date: Apr 28 2017

Helen Maser, a senior graduating with bachelor of fine arts degrees in drawing & painting and sculpture and a minor in art history, will serve as the 2017 commencement speaker for the College of Arts and Architecture. The ceremony will take...

Release Date: Apr 25 2017

The Borland Project Space presents the third annual Graduate Exhibition Showcase highlighting the work of College of Arts and Architecture graduate students who participated in the poster, visual arts, and performance options. The exhibition will be...

Release Date: Apr 24 2017

A group of Penn State architecture students competed in CANstruction State College, a design-build challenge and charity art exhibition benefitting the State College Food Bank. The group of American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) members...

Release Date: Apr 20 2017

Mark Ballora, associate professor of music technology, and Anthony Cutler, Evan Pugh Professor of Art History, are among a select group of Penn State faculty chosen to give talks during the Blue-White Science Expo on Saturday, April 22, 11 a.m.-2:30...

Release Date: Apr 18 2017

A Penn State course on the arts’ role in race relations will culminate with a public presentation of student projects, which range from paintings and poetry readings to a video screening, on Sunday, April 23, at 2 p.m. in the Palmer Lipcon...

Release Date: Apr 18 2017

The Woskob Family Gallery is pleased to announce A Letter Edged in Black 6: We’re Finally On Our Own (April 27 – June 17, 2017), a solo exhibition by Pete Schulte. In his ongoing A Letter Edged in Black series, Schulte organizes works on...

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