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Come From Away is a Best Musical winner all across North America

'Come From Away' to make Penn State debut Nov. 7 at Eisenhower Auditorium

A woman holds her hair at the nape of her neck and looks off to the side.

Soprano Erika Baikoff leans into classical sentimentality

The cover of "My Annoying, Irritating, Always-in-the-way Shadow" by Ryan Russell.

Children's book by Stuckeman professor illustrates the power of perspective

Scholarship honors 50 years of women instrumentalists in Blue Band

A three-dimensional visualization showing inundation depths in Providence, Rhode Island, from a hypothetical storm dubbed "Hurricane Rhody." Darker colors indicated deeper inundation levels. Peter Stempel, associate professor of landscape architecture, creates visualizations such as the one above to help coastal communities quickly understand the risks posed by hurricanes and other coastal storms. Credit: Image courtesy of Peter Stempel. All Rights Reserved.

Q&A: Seeing coastal storm impacts in advance can help communities prepare

Las Cafeteras event mixes positive message with upbeat variety of music genres

J. Meejin Yoon

Stuckeman School's fall lecture series concludes with architect and educator

An historic photograph shows a man wearing a suit and bowtie and sitting at the keys of a piano.

'Rachmaninoff Celebration' an ode to Russian virtuoso

Rich receives Kress History of Art grant to support collaborative research on the colorant trade

A woman in classical Indian dance dress gestures with her hands and fingers and smiles.

Renowned dancer Bijayini Satpathy confronts the myths of classical and contemporary Odissi

Julie Stevens

Stuckeman School lecture series continues with a talk on trauma-informed design

a2ru 2023 conference graphic

a2ru national conference to be held at Penn State

Hand on laptop and on the screen is the creaion of a digital human image

Digital arts instruction evolves over 20-year history at Penn State

A cluster of houses nearly on top of one another in Medellín, Colombia.

Stuckeman symposium to highlight issues surrounding displacement in architecture

Odissi dance artist Bijayini Satpathy to visit Penn State starting Oct. 15

A prototype of an architectural gridshell structure made with fiberglass tent poles and industrial knit panels.

Penn State-led sustainable building materials research showcased in exhibition

Composite of Alumni Award winners

College of Arts and Architecture to honor Alumni Award winners on Oct. 5

Penn State NASA Mars Challenge team standing together in front of full-size 3d-printed concrete dwellings holding Penn State flag

Penn State work featured in upcoming long-term Franklin Institute space exhibit

Black and white photos of David Heasty at left and Martin Rauch at right.

Stuckeman School to host architect and graphic designer as lecturers on Oct. 4

A group of men and women dressed monochromatically stand glamourously around a souped up hot rod.

Las Cafeteras to honor Hispanic Heritage Month with free public events

Modern Latinx troubadours Las Cafeteras to perform at Eisenhower Auditorium on Oct. 10

The front and back cover of the "First There Was Chaos" novel.

Graphic design professor's graphic novel relates Greek Olympians' origins

Orange and purple honeycomb

'Meticulously crafted sculptures' on display at Woskob Family Gallery