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Release Date: Jul 20 2017

“The diverse courses I took at Penn State helped me prepare for this upcoming experience,” said Miranda Holmes (’17 B.F.A. Visual Arts), who has received a Fulbright U.S. Student Award to study in Berlin during the 2017–18...

Release Date: Jul 11 2017

Members of the Penn State Clay Club will be selling their work at the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts, July 13–16, thanks to a collaboration between the festival and the Arts Entrepreneurship program in the College of Arts and...

Release Date: Jul 06 2017

Not many Penn State students arrive on campus having already been in a commercial. But Carlot Dorvé is an exception—in more ways than one. A trumpeter and graduate student in music performance, Dorvé was selected to play the trumpet in a...

Release Date: Jul 05 2017

A collaboration that Art Education faculty member Christopher Schulte began while a graduate student at Penn State has evolved into an internship program for undergraduates seeking experience in early childhood art education. In 2010, Schulte had a...

Release Date: Jul 05 2017

Penn State alumna Christina Dietz (‘17 B.F.A. Sculpture) was one of only ten graduating seniors nationwide to receive a Center for Craft, Creativity, and Design (CCCD) Windgate Fellowship, a $15,000 award that honors exemplary skill in craft....

Release Date: Jul 03 2017

Congratulations to Distinguished Professor of Music Maureen Carr on the May 2017 publication of The Rite of Spring at 100 by Indiana University Press. Professor Carr served as one of three editors for the book. The book's description reads:...

Release Date: Jul 03 2017

A single LED light can produce 16.4 million distinct colors. That’s a whole lotta color. And thanks to a donation from entertainment lighting manufacturer ETC, the School of Theatre’s Lighting Lab now has more than a dozen state-of-the-...

Release Date: Jul 03 2017

On a Wednesday afternoon in April, students were scattered at workstations throughout a lab space in Borland Building, experimenting with 3D pens and 3D printers to make creations out of plastic. Other students were cutting shapes from cardboard,...

Release Date: Jun 29 2017

The best reason for a professor to revamp a course is the desire to learn something new, which is exactly why Sarah K. Rich, associate professor of art history, revised her seminar on color for the fall 2016 semester. “I’ve taught this...

Release Date: Jun 20 2017

Erin Coe, director of The Hyde Collection in Glens Falls, N.Y., has been named director of the Palmer Museum of Art at Penn State, effective September 11, following a national search. Patrick McGrady, Charles V. Hallman Curator at the Palmer, will...

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