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Samuel Yates

Theatre professor wins national research fellowship

A bald man wears a stainless steel sink on a strap around his neck and he pours water into the bowl.

Review: 'Stomp' longevity lives up to the hype

School of Theatre Collaboration

Theatre lighting design students collaborate on off-Broadway production

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College of Arts and Architecture announces fall 2023 student marshal

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Woskob Family Gallery to host student art sale

A time-lapse image showing a robotic arm extruding a concrete substance as it 3D prints a structure.

Adaptive 3D concrete printing work earns Stuckeman collaborative research grant

At left, a photo from showing an inlet that was formed during Superstorm Sandy on the Rhode Island coast. At right is a visualization of a model simulation of the same event.

Penn State researcher and partners earn collaborative coastal resilience grant

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Sounds good: The evolution of Arts and Architecture's sound design program

A diverse group of people stand in a cluster and sing and dance together.

REVIEW: Sold-out 'Come From Away' an uplifting recollection of kindness amid terrorism

A promotional poster for the Work in Progress exhibit.

Graphic design students to host exhibition that highlights the process of design

Winners selected for fall 2023 Gallery@104 student art competition

An AI-generated concept of a sustainable community.

Collaborative landscape design approach may improve resiliency, human well-being

Army veteran overcomes traumatic youth to chase his dreams at Penn State

A rose shape made with isocord lying flat at left and under tension at right.

Architecture lab's computational textiles work featured in upcoming exhibition

Ryan Russell

Arts and Architecture mourns the passing of graphic design professor Ryan Russell

A diverse group of people of all ages sing and dance in unison on a stage.

'Come From Away' artists: You will be enlightened

Robin Thomas

Art History department head's new book examines Italian royal residences

A man with a beard plays large plastic drums in front of him as musical instruments, while a woman standing next to him plays along with her own drums.

Longtime 'Stomp' artist Sean Perham keeps the flame

New book addresses civic participation via digital media in art education

The "Unsettling Matter, Gaining Ground" exhibit installed at the Carnegie Museum of Art’s Heinz Architectural Center.

Work by Stuckeman professors featured in Carnegie Museum of Art exhibition

A woman of color standing center stage wears a plastic drum on a strap around her neck and shoulders as she points her arms upward.

'Stomp' returns to Eisenhower Auditorium Nov. 15

violin of hope poster

Violins of Hope to visit University Park with a concert and film