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11/2016

SoVA Awards Ceremony

The Penn State School of Visual Arts would like to congratulate all of the students who received awards or scholarships for the 2016/2017 awarding season (see below for complete list). Through the support of our generous donors, our scholarship...

2016 Undergraduate Juried Exhibition

One of the highlights of each fall semester, the Penn State School of Visual Arts' (SoVA) Undergraduate Juried Exhibition provides SoVA’s students with the opportunity to have their work juried by a professional artist and compete for a Kara D....

Matthew J. Olson, America’s Pastime: Campers, Trucks and Strippers,

Expanded Practice invites us to rethink the human and social reach of creative art practices within diverse institutional settings at a time of uncertain cultural change. This exhibition features the work of...

Dana Carlisle Kletchka at SICA

From art museum education, to studio experience, to educational practice, and the evolving disciplines of child and youth culture, to histories of art education, and arts-based research, there are many facets to an Art Education degree in Penn...

Detail Deconstructed Form; An Investigation of Silhouette, Contour & Shape

The HUB Galleries presents Deconstructed Form; An Investigation of Silhouette, Contour & Shape, a solo exhibition by Stephanie Seguin, Penn State School of Visual Arts MFA candidate. Utilizing...

Hand Candy Lending Library Poster

Advanced Ceramics students (ART 480) led by Assistant Professor Shannon Goff will establish a lending library of ceramic objects in the Patterson Gallery November 13-26 . They will have an additional presence in Pattee Library, Tuesday November...

10/2016

Millett with the cnc router

Envision a robotic arm, eight feet high and covered in a fine white dust, intricately carving a massive piece of marble in a large, otherwise empty room, the buzzing sound of the machine bouncing off the walls. The “operator” is a computer...

Anything Goes

The Penn State School of Visual Arts’ fall 2016 undergraduate exhibition, Anything Goes, presents a multitude of themes as the artists’ experiment with diverse media and conceptual approaches to subject matter as they progress in their...

Renee Stout Visiting Anderson Lecturer

The Penn State School of Visual Arts (SoVA) is pleased to announce a visit by artist Renee Stout as part of its John M. Anderson Endowed Lecture...

Lauerman 3D Printing

Penn State is hosting a National Forum on Additive Manufacturing (AM) Education and Training, Oct 11-12, 2016. As a form of ‘additive’ manufacturing, 3D printing is opening up new realms of material and creative freedom in fabricating totally new...

Rinehart Poster Image

The Penn State School of Visual Arts (SoVA) is pleased to announce a visit by artist Richard Rinehart as part of its John M. Anderson Endowed...

Anderson Jan Tichy Promo Poster

The Penn State School of Visual Arts (SoVA) is pleased to announce a visit by artist Jan Tichy as part of its John M. Anderson Endowed Lecture...

Spillway by Paul Chidester

Penn State School of Visual Arts Professor Paul Chidester will have a solo exhibition, Psychotopia, at Juniata College Museum of Art, November 10, 2016–January 28, 2017. A public reception will be held on Thursday, November 10, 5:00–6:30...

Aaron Knochel Drawing Together

Art Education faculty member Aaron Knochel's Borland Project Space residency project, "Drawing...

Dana Kletchka

Dana Carlisle Kletchka, curator of education at the Palmer Museum of Art and affiliate assistant professor of art education in the School of Visual Arts, has created and conducted a variety of tours of the Palmer Museum of Art over the past...

Photography in Renova

"Let’s throw them together and see what happens.”

That statement may sound blasé, but it’s how photographer Steven Rubin and writer Julia Spicher Kasdorf felt when they embarked on a collaborative 400-level, special topics course in...

Rudy Shepherd as "The Healer"

Sympathy, empathy, and reflection are what Rudy Shepherd, associate professor of art, hopes his series of Black Rock Negative Energy Absorber sculptures bring to their audience.

“Though I didn’t necessarily envision these sculptures as a...

09/2016

Christina Dietz Honeybees and Homemakers: Pollination and Gendered Labor

What do traditional gender roles of women and domestic work have in common with the non-visible labor of honeybees? Through her $4500 Apes Valentes...

Lauerman 3D Printer Building

Want to learn how to build your own 3D printer? In a two-week intensive workshop this summer at the Anderson Ranch Arts Centre in Colorado, Tom Lauerman guided a dozen workshop participants to do just that. Lauerman, an assistant professor in...

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