Mural Arts Philadelphia’s citywide Monument Lab, co-curated by Fine Arts Chair and Professor Ken Lum, kicks off at the center of the city with a Saturday Spotlight event at City Hall, with music and food from 1:00-
A new kind of interdisciplinary artistic collaboration is happening in Philadelphia this fall. The University City Science Center has partnered with biotech company and uCity Square resident Integral Molecular to host an artist-in-residence program focused on biotechnology.
Now in its fourth cycle, Bronx Calling: The Fourth AIM Biennial features the work of seventy-two emerging artists, including current MFA student Heryk Tomassini, from the 2016 and 2017 classes of the Bronx Museum’s Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) program.
The Graham Foundation is pleased to present in the forest, a new commission by artist and fine arts faculty member, David Hartt.
The Lone Wolf Recital Corps, a multidisciplinary performance collective founded in 1986 by artist, musician, and former fine arts faculty member, Terry Adkins (American, 1953–2014) consists of an evolving cast of collaborators in various musical and visual arts disciplines.
MFA student, Erlin Geffrard and fellow Bay Area visual artist, Yarrow Slaps are collaborating on a show at New Image Gallery called
Monument Lab, the citywide public art and history project co-curated by Fine Arts Chair Ken Lum, opens in 10 different locations on September 16, with a kickoff event at City Hall from 1:00 – 4:00 pm spotlighting projects from artists Mel Chin, Tania Bruguera, Michelle Angela Ortiz, and Hank Willis Thomas.
A new exhibition at PennDesign goes off the beaten path to capture the vitality of Havana by night and by day, in public and in private.
Prof. Orkan Telhan's article for the Sharjah Biennial, "Making Vanilla Queer Again" was recently published! See the full article here.
MFA alum, Wilmer Wilson IV's performative works were featured in The Philadelphia Inquirer's article, "That guy walking the streets of Philly with a T
Wife-husband collaborators and Fine Arts faculty members Deirdre Murphy and Scott White recently completed the fabrication process for the 51⁄2 by 25 foot sculpture that has transformed their private and public lives and taken over their studios since they were