Group exhibition of the PennDesign MFA class of 2013, featuring Stephanie Cheng, Caroline Claflin, Orlando de la Garza, Mark Dilks, Tara Fadenrecht, Elisa Gabor, Laine Godsey, Zenas Hutcheson, Christina Kerns, Alex Nguyen, Daniel Oliva, Jacob Rivkin, Matthew Segotta, Minmin Shi, Ceaphas Stubbs, Sarah Tortora, Toisha Tucker, Cristina Tufino Palmer, and Tara White. Through September 27.
HAPPY HOUR 5:30PM, Meyerson Lower Gallery + Plaza
Featuring student groups, including CO+LAB and intramural sports, and T-shirts and koozie for sale! All profits go towards funding future Happy Hours. Bring IDs to participate.
Peter Trummer is an architect and researcher based in Amsterdam. He currently is Professor and Head of the Institute for Urban Design & Spatial Planning at the University of Innsbruck and a lecturer here at PennDesign.
Works on view include a remarkable series of recent photographs by Betsy Manning as well as rare original drawings by figures such as Louis I. Kahn who contributed to this important and underappreciated architectural legacy. On view September 21-January 18.
Join us for an interactive forum led by artist/educator/activist Marc Bamuthi Joseph featuring a respected panel of community leaders, artists, urban planners and scholars aimed at exploring new modes of collaboration, community engagement and creative artistic responses for at-risk communities that have been ravaged by environmental depredations that affect their health and welfare. The panel will feature:
Katherine Gajewski, Director of Sustainability, City of Philadelphia Amy Hillier, Assistant Professor, University of Pennsylvania School of Design Aaron Levy, Executive Director, Slought Foundation Kira Strong, Vice President of Community and Economic Development, People’s Emergency Center
Admission is free, but a ticket is required. Click here to reserve your seat.
A collaborative conference between University of Pennsylvania + Institut für Kunst- und Bildgeschichte (IKB) der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Organized by Karen Beckman (Art History), Erna Fiorentini, and Oliver Gaycken, this event explores a series of intersecting concerns that emerge through an engagement with animation history. It features the work of scholars and practitioners from a variety of fields, including cinema and media studies, the history of science, art history, animation design in the fields of science, gaming, engineering, medicine, and journalism.
Through poetry, music, dance, video and an interactive and evocative set design, red, black & GREEN: a bluespresents the idea that nurturing our lives and communities is the first step toward caring for our planet. Co-sponsored by PennDesign, also presenting rbgB co-author Theaster Gates as part of the Fall 2012 Lecture Series. For tickets, call 215.898.3900 (student tickets $10).