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Release Date: Jul 03 2015

"We Are...Penn State!" This chant, for many, encapsulates what it means to be a "Penn Stater"and part of an interconnected community that is recognizable around the world. Now that iconic phrase has taken on a tangible...

Release Date: Jun 29 2015

Penn State Art History alumnus and College of Arts and Architecture Alumni Award winner David A. Brenneman, director of collections and exhibitions at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, has been appointed director of the Indiana University...

Release Date: Jun 26 2015

In the summer of 2014, Brian Curran, Penn State Department of Art History Professor of Italian Renaissance Art, was officially diagnosed with ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) at Johns Hopkins Hospital. His diagnosis came after a long process of...

Release Date: Jun 25 2015

Anthony Cutler, Evan Pugh Professor of Art History, and two graduate students, Sarah Daiker and Andrea Middleton, have been chosen to present papers at the 2015 Byzantine Studies Conference in New York City, October 23–25. “I don't...

Release Date: Jun 23 2015

On Saturday night, a group of Penn State Concert Choir members proved you CAN get what you want—and what millions of other rock music fans want, too—when they sang with the iconic Rolling Stones during the band’s Zip Code tour stop...

Release Date: Jun 19 2015

Reformat: Digital Fabrication in Clay, a group exhibition of ceramics from Tom Lauerman, assistant professor of art, along with Andy Brayman, Del Harrow, and Mie Kongo, is on display through July 15 at Lillstreet Art Center, Chicago,...

Release Date: Jun 19 2015

Visual journals chronicling Penn State art education professor Brent Wilson’s four decades of journeys across North America, Europe, Egypt, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea and Brazil will be on display through Sept. 13 in the Eberly Family...

Release Date: Jun 17 2015

The Palmer Museum of Art will present a new exhibition, Luminous Allure: Studio Glass from the Collection of Audrey and Norbert Gaelen, from June 23 through August 16, 2015. Audrey and Norbert (’47 Engineering) Gaelen have been acquiring...

Release Date: Jun 12 2015

On June 20, 24 members of the classically trained Penn State Concert Choir will forget Bernstein and Verdi when they rock out with the Rolling Stones during their June 20 ZIP CODE Tour stop at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. According to Christopher...

Release Date: Jun 11 2015

Landscape Architecture faculty member Tim Murtha and fifth-year student Chris Frey recently shared their expertise with the Department of Anthropology’s archaeological field school, which concluded this week at Foster Farmstead, a 19th-century...

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