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Release Date: Oct 29 2014

The Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts elected new officers and members of the board of directors at its annual meeting on Oct. 21, including Joyce Robinson, curator at the Palmer Museum of Art, who will serve as board president,...

Release Date: Oct 28 2014

Join the Stuckeman School on Halloween to celebrate the annual First Year Architecture Costume Parade. First-year students dress in architecture-inspired costumes and perform skits for their audience and the faculty and student judging panel. This...

Release Date: Oct 28 2014

Penn State Centre Stage will present Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater’s Tony Award-Winning musical, "Spring Awakening," Nov. 4 to 18 in the Pavilion Theatre. Directed by Cary Libkin, "Spring Awakening" is an electrifying...

Release Date: Oct 28 2014

Walking into Penn State’s Palmer Museum of Art, the air is cool and quiet as you move through the glass doors into the first-floor galleries. Here, richly colored Baroque paintings line the walls before giving way to a room of pristine-looking...

Release Date: Oct 28 2014

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center returns to Schwab Auditorium for the first time since 2011 in a 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 20, concert featuring three works by Mozart plus Sebastian Currier’s “Parallel Worlds,” a...

Release Date: Oct 27 2014

Hannah Estrich, a fifth-year student in Penn State’s Bachelor of Architecture program, is the first recipient of the Nancy Aber Goshow (’68 B.S.) and F. Eric Goshow (’68 B.Arch.) Sustainable Building Design Award, established in...

Release Date: Oct 27 2014

In honor of Judy Chicago and The Dinner Party, Through the Flower — working with the Penn State School of Visual Arts — has established an award for outstanding educators who have developed projects related to The Dinner Party K-12...

Release Date: Oct 27 2014

Jessica Paholsky ('14 B.A. Art, B.A. Visual Journalism) produced a video about olive oil production, "What's in Your Bottle," for her Schreyer Honors College thesis. Her interest in the topic was sparked after she studied at the...

Release Date: Oct 24 2014

Mike Zaengle, who plans to graduate in spring 2015 with his bachelor of architecture degree, is vice president of design for GreenTowers, an urban agricultural design company that creates edible ecosystems and indoor gardens, started by an...

Release Date: Oct 22 2014

Associate Professor Bonnie Collura will exhibit the sculpture Death of the Virgin II in Disturbing Innocence, a group exhibition curated by artist Eric Fischl at FLAG Art Foundation in New York City. The show will be on view October...

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