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Release Date: Jan 23 2018

Follow the thin blue line. Those who do will discover the nooks and crannies of Millvale, a small community just outside Pittsburgh. The public art project, conceived by Ann Tarantino, aims to bring life and energy back to the town, which was...

Release Date: Jan 23 2018

Cristin Millett's Coronal Plane, a large-scale installation and scuplture focusing on medical history, specifically the human reproductive system, will be on display at Schmucker Art Gallery at Gettysburg College, January 26-March 9. Millett...

Release Date: Jan 23 2018

Congratulations to Professor Velvet Brown, who has been named one of Penn State's newest Distinguished Professors, the highest honor awarded to faculty members. Brown is professor of tuba and euphonium at Penn State. Prior to joining the School...

Release Date: Jan 19 2018

The Penn State Glee Club "raised the song" at Lincoln Center in New York City on January 13, 2018, after the University Glee Club of New York City (formed 1894) invited them to perform in Alice Tully Hall. Each ensemble performed...

Release Date: Jan 17 2018

Alvin Snowiss, a longtime supporter of the Palmer Museum of Art along with his late wife, Jean, have donated three significant works of art to the museum. The paintings greatly enhance the Palmer’s already nationally renowned...

Release Date: Jan 08 2018

Penn State Music alumnus Ray T. Fortunato (’52 M.M.), long-time supporter of the Penn State Glee Club and composer of "Hail, Oh Hail," passed peacefully on December 31, 2017, one month short of his 95th birthday. Ray was raised in...

Release Date: Jan 08 2018

The Palmer Museum of Art at Penn State is pleased to announce its schedule of exhibitions for 2018. Dominated by three major contemporary shows, the lineup also highlights the work of nineteenth- and twentieth-century American painters and...

Release Date: Jan 02 2018

The Penn State Viola Ensemble has released a CD available on CDbaby. "Hail Cremonus!: Music for Multiple Violas by Scott Slapin" has 10 tracks, including the five-movement work "Hail Cremonus!" Penn State viola professor...

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