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A group of people of all ages stand facing in two rows and dance without abandon.

Let’s Dance Movement Workshop for All Ages, All Abilities returns March 13

THON poster introducing 2024 dancer Chris Ferro

THON dancer and architecture student is ready for 'the best weekend ever'

Kona Gray

Spring Stuckeman lecture series continues with landscape architect Kona Gray

A man wears a baseball cap backwards and smiles.

Tickets on sale now to see Marcello Hernández March 22

Expanding Capacities of Care poster, the nine-series event runs from Feb. 19 through March 11

Borland Project Space hosts cross-disciplinary series on caregiving and wellness

Johnny Cash is shown on a large videoscreen while a group of musicians perform live on the stage.

Multimedia ‘Official Concert Experience’ celebrates ‘Man in Black’

Yussef Agbo-Ola

Spring 2024 Stuckeman lecture series starts with environmental artist, architect

Headshot of Tonya Mitchell-Spradlin

Music faculty member named Agnes Scollins Carey Memorial Early Career Professor

Student presents business pitch to a four judge panel

2024 Art Business Idea Competition now accepting entries

The cover of “Artificial Intelligence Architecture: New Paradigms in Architectural Practice and Production.”

Architecture department head co-authors book on artificial intelligence

Abstract, geometric painting

Woskob Family Gallery participatory experimental art installation opens Feb. 15

Three men stand next to a window in an urban landscape while they hold their string instruments.

Time for Three returns to Penn State on Feb. 28

Abstract, geometrical painting using pink and purple colors

Exhibit explores creative expressions within the realm of mental health

Headshot of Chang Tan

Art History faculty member’s book explores artists’ social engagement in China

DK Osseo-Asare holding an architectural model in his Humanitarian Materials Lab.

Stuckeman architecture professor awarded United States Artists Fellowship

A man and woman stand side by side and smile.

Johnny Cash multimedia event a ‘once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the man he was’

A band of six man and woman musicians perform on a stage while archival footage of Johnny Cash is screened behind them.

‘Johnny Cash — The Official Concert Experience’ to play at Penn State Feb. 20

Viewers take in the “Tres Comunidades, Un Río” exhibit at the University of Washington.

Benefits of floodplain communities focus of Stuckeman professor’s exhibition

An audience of all ages and including many young children watch a performance on stage while a dim light illuminates the crowd.

Families invited to apply for discounted arts event tickets

Paul Daniel Marriott poses next to a parkway sign.

Stuckeman landscape architecture professor awarded for local advocacy efforts

Young Black male in business casual attire sitting on a park side walk curd

Actor, recording artist Denzel Fields discusses career and time at Penn State

Headshot of Rebecca Simpson

Staff Spotlight: Rebecca Simpson

The cover of “Emerging Perspectives on Teaching Architecture and Urbanism,” published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Stuckeman School professor and research director co-edits book on urban design