Undergraduate Fine Arts and Design

Deirdre Murphy painting


What compelled you to take up an artist residency at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary? 

Mary Ellen Mark

Penn alumna Mary Ellen Mark was known for her photos of difficult subjects.

Hannah Morse

Hannah Morse, Fine Arts Photography Minor, class of 2016.

In March, fifteen undergraduate and graduate Fine Arts student

Joan Curran, faculty in Painting and Drawing, will have several exhibitions in 2015.

Deirdre Murphy painting featuring pigeon, rose and colors radians

30" x 30", oil on canvas, 2014

Painting and Drawing faculty Deirdre Murphy will have several openings this spring:

Micah Danges working in studio

Fine Arts’ Micah Danges is among the 12 new artists selected by 

Sign for the Oberhausen International Short Film Festival.

International Short Film Festival Oberhausen

Joshua Mosley's film Jeu de Paume that premiered in the 2014 Whitney Biennial will screen as a part of an international film competition on May 1st at 12:30 and 10:30 PM in the Oberhausen International Short Film Festival

Names around the Memorial Fountain in New York.

Names around the Memorial Fountain in New York.

Making memorials to remember and commemorate tragedies is a common practice of our society.  In the Memorials and Memorialization course, taught by Randy Mason of the Graduate Program in Historic Preserva

Group photo of printmaking and publication class

Kayla Romberger's Printmaking & Independent Publications class took to New York City for a publication-intensive field trip to visit MoMA's archives, Cabinet magazine, and Printed Matter this February 2015.

Mother and child

(2012), archival pigment print, 32 x 40 in

Undergraduate Fine Arts photography faculty, Jamie Diamond, discusses her work for Hyperallergic:

An Outsider Art Born of Fantasy

Ever wonder about the diversity of students who use the painting studio in Fine Arts each year?

Well, RHex is our first Robotic Student!  Watch RHex create a masterpiece (with a little help from his handlers at Penn Engineering).

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