What $22 million in Annenberg fellowships accomplished in 10 years.[...]
Big data and the Bard: what’s in a the, or and, or with, or or? [...]
The Annenberg Center’s new director Christopher Gruits.[...]
Meet the Penn alumna who opened for Wayne Newton this month in Beverly Hills—and see footage from her performance.[...]
Jason Tang C’17 and Swarthmore student Izzy Kornblatt make the case in an on-campus exhibition. [...]
Cultures in the Crossfire
A new exhibition at the Penn Museum considers what is at stake when cultural heritage is destroyed in a war-torn region.[...]
Cinema studies faculty came together Wednesday afternoon to talk about this year's Oscar race.[...]
Elaine Simon’s photographs “capture the stages of demolition as a way to remember the site and make a statement about cycles of destruction, displacement, and development.”[...]
Landscape/Soundscape at the Arthur Ross Gallery [...]
Alumni writers dig up their satiric LA-earthquake novel.[...]
An “extraordinary evening” at the Penn Museum.[...]
A graphic-memoir of healing through dementia in Aliceheimer’s.[...]
March|April 2017[...]
March|April 2017[...]
We talked with Christopher Gruits, who's now four months into his new post at the Annenberg Center.[...]
Window, Jan|Feb 2016[...]
The Freedom Principle at ICA highlights Chicago arts-group.[...]
Eating words. The Artists’ and Writers’ Cookbook.[...]
Sarah Meyohas C’13 W’13’s work explores the art of commerce.[...]
Jan|Feb 2017[...]