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Release Date: Mar 19 2019

Felecia Davis, assistant professor in the Stuckeman Center for Design Computing in Penn State’s Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, has been appointed the second recipient of the College of Arts and Architecture’...

Release Date: Mar 18 2019

In 1954, the Supreme Court issued its landmark decision in Brown v. Board of Education, which ruled racial segregation laws in public schools are unconstitutional. On exhibit in the Woskob Family Gallery until April 6, is “Race and Revolution...

Release Date: Mar 18 2019

Curtis Craig, associate professor of sound design and head of the BFA Design and Technology program, will hold a meet and greet on March 23 following a performance of “How To Catch Creation.” Produced in Association with Baltimore Center...

Release Date: Mar 12 2019

The College of Arts and Architecture Office of Digital Learning has officially announced its course offerings for the upcoming summer semesters. Students have the opportunity to choose from a diverse course catalog of art, music, design and related...

Release Date: Mar 01 2019

Penn State School of Visual Arts alumna Beverly McIver, Ebenshade Professor of the Practice of Visual Arts at Duke University, was recently among the African American musicians and artists from North Carolina honored by N.C. Governor Roy Cooper in...

Release Date: Feb 27 2019

A group comprising more than 50 administration and faculty members from Penn State and other universities gathered on Feb. 27 to review the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine report that examines the importance of integrating...

Release Date: Feb 26 2019

The colloquial catchphrase “that’s what she said” is examined through a feminist lens with the multimedia art exhibition open through April 1, 2019 at the Edwin W. Zoller Gallery located in the Visual Arts Building. Curators Xalli...

Release Date: Feb 22 2019

Alumnus Paul Bell (’83 B.A. Art, B.S. Business) and his wife Maryann have made a financial contribution to the College of Arts and Architecture to support the Arts Entrepreneurship Program’s Arts Business Idea Competition. In its fourth...

Release Date: Feb 08 2019

After the triptych “Virgin and Child with Two Donors,” a piece in the permanent collection of the Palmer Museum of Art, was discovered to be a forgery, Carolyn Lucarelli, curator of visual resources in the Department of Art History...

Release Date: Feb 05 2019

Jonathan Gangi, assistant professor of music and arts entrepreneurship is now accepting entries for the 2019 Arts Business Ideas Competition. In its fourth year, the competition is the College of Arts and Architecture’s annual showcase of arts...

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