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Sidney Mullis Borland Project Space
Preservation of Forgetting, a solo exhibition by SoVA Alumna and Anderson Lecture Series coordinator, Sidney Mullis, will be...
Mark with Student
Penn State School of Visual Arts, in collaboration with Abington Campus, is excited to announce a new Art minor, available...
Miranda Holmes
“The diverse courses I took at Penn State helped me prepare for this upcoming experience,” said Miranda Holmes (’17...
2015 Sculpture BFA Crit
Penn State alumna Christina Dietz (‘17 B.F.A. Sculpture) was one of only ten graduating seniors nationwide to...
Early Childhood Education Internship
A collaboration that Art Education faculty member Christopher Schulte began while a graduate student at Penn State...
Tom Lauerman Demonstrates 3D Pen
On a Wednesday afternoon in April, students were scattered at workstations throughout a lab space in Borland...
Aaron Knochel with Scribblebots
Penn State will highlight the art of science and the science of art at a booth at this summer’s Central...
PSU SoVA Clay Club at Arts Fest
Members of the Penn State Clay Club will be selling their work at the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts,...
Miranda Holmes Art Alley, HUB
"Getting My Way and Whining About It," an exhibition of paintings by Miranda Holmes ('17 B.F.A.), will be on...
Photography at Penn State
The Penn State School of Visual Arts will soon roll out a Minor in Photography (available fall 2017) and a Bachelor of...

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Upcoming Events

Start Date
Jan
29
Anderson Lecture Series presents Larry Ossei-Mensah and Katie Fuller
End Date: Jan 29
Time: 4:00 pm
Event Description: Lecture Title: Race & Revolution: Still Separate — Still Unequal
Location: 145 Flex Theatre in the HUB-Robeson Center
Start Date
Feb
05
Anderson Lecture Series presents Yevgeniya Baras
End Date: Feb 05
Time: 11:30 am
Location: Palmer Museum of Art, Lipcon Auditorium
Start Date
Feb
19
Anderson Lecture Series presents Stephanie J. Williams
End Date: Feb 19
Time: 11:30 am
Event Description: Too Obviously From An Animal
Location: Palmer Museum of Art, Lipcon Auditorium