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Opera ‘A Marvelous Order’ to make world premiere Oct. 20 in Eisenhower Auditorium



In conjunction with the opera's debut, the Palmer Museum of Art will host an exhibit featuring a collection of the director’s “blueprint” cyanotypes created with the event.
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Soul Science Lab artists to talk empowerment with free virtual film, Q&A Oct. 4



“Creating Make a Joyful Noize” is a short film that blends music, spoken-word interviews and dance to capture the visceral, contagious and unapologetic energy of Black joy.
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School of Music to host ‘Queer Voices in Hip Hop’ lecture



The School of Music's Diversity in 3D Series welcomes Lauron Kehrer, assistant professor of ethnomusicology and musicology in the School of Music at Western Michigan.
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Stuckeman students receive national recognition for graphic design work



UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Two projects by Penn State graphic design students in the College of Arts
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Center for Virtual/Material Studies to hold opening celebration on Sept. 27



An opening celebration for the Center for Virtual/Material Studies will be held on Sept. 27.
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Kim Cook’s Oct. 1 cello concerto at Yale to be livestreamed



Kim Cook will perform a cello concerto at Yale University on Oct. 1 at 7:30 p.m.
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Visual arts faculty members and alumni contribute to international art exhibition



“Körperkammer" is a collaborative sculpture created by an international group of women artists to explore the body's relationship with iron.
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Knochel guest-edits online journal for arts-integrated research



Aaron Knochel, associate professor of art education, is guest editor for the first special collection for "a2ru Ground Works."
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Miguel Zenón Quartet to ponder the Americas Oct. 11 at Recital Hall



Songs from “Música de Las Américas” grew out of Zenón’s passion for the history of the American continent.
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Architecture professor honored with Cooper Hewitt National Design Award



UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Felecia Davis, associate professor of architecture in the College of Arts and Architecture’s
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Craig recognized for excellence in sound design at global exhibition



Curtis Craig was recognized at the 2022 World Stage Design Exhibition as a leader in sound design.
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A&A and Corl Street Elementary collaborate on ‘Future Forward’ mural



Children’s hopes for their future, captured in drawings made during the COVID-19 pandemic, are highlighted in a new mural at Corl Street Elementary, spearheaded by Shannon Goff.
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Libraries event features student designers, exhibit of graphic design work



UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Penn State University Libraries and the Department of Graphic Design, which is housed
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Third-year architecture student wins 2022 Corbelletti Design Charrette



UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Sophie Marks, a third-year architecture student in the College of Arts and Architecture’s
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Las Cafeteras musicians to hold free virtual storytelling workshop Sept. 20



They will provide prompts for participants to explore their own narratives. The event will culminate in sharing of the new narratives to music by the musicians.
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Graphic design professor awarded grand prize in international design competition



UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Ryan Russell, associate professor graphic design in the Penn State College of Arts
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Aizuri Quartet explores the night in ‘Sunrise’ Oct. 6



The music of “Sunrise” explores how atmosphere, psychological power and political metaphor of the night have been an inspiration for composers from the classical era and today.
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Cuba’s Malpaso Dance Company to make Penn State debut Sept. 29 at Eisenhower



The dance company has committed to the collaborative process and boasts a varied repertoire by working with various prominent American choreographers and supporting Cuban artists.
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‘Prince Hamlet’ artists, Penn State associate teaching professor Sommar Chilton discuss Deaf culture



“There’s a lot of discussion going on right now about inclusion,” Deaf actress Dawn Jani Birley signed in a 2021 video interview.
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Brourman’s art showcased in downtown Chicago installation



"Chicago Looks Good On You" offers a playful take on some of the city’s most iconic landmarks including Navy Pier’s “Centennial Wheel,” Buckingham Fountain and “The Bean."
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A&A alumni asked to participate in national survey on arts degrees



The College of Arts and Architecture is participating in the 2022 Strategic National Arts Alumni Project (SNAAP) — a one-of-a-kind
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Stuckeman research units to host lecture series highlighting design research



UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The research units housed in the Penn State College of Architecture’s Stuckeman School
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Being Bing: Music alumna finds early success in digital marketing career



Alumna Sarah Nekich runs the official social media accounts of Bing Crosby and other music legends such as the Culture Club, and credits much of her success to Penn State.
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Alfred’s new book builds on podcast that focuses on artists’ creative processes



Brian Alfred's new book dives deeper into the artist conversations featured on his podcast "Sound and Vision."
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