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Penn State partners on project to help protect coastal communities



Peter Stempel, associate professor of landscape architecture, is part of a research team that was awarded a four-year, $1.5 million grant through the National Oceanic and Atmospher
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Professor emeritus Van Dommelen’s artworks to benefit Mid-State Literacy Council



The estate of David Van Dommelen, who retired in 1987 as professor emeritus of art education, has donated a collection of his artworks to benefit the Mid-State Literary Council.
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Penn State Centre Stage offers first-ever sensory-friendly performances



Two sensory friendly showings of “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” are scheduled for Oct. 3 at 2 p.m. and Oct. 6 at 7:30 p.m. at the Playhouse Theatre.
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$10 University Park student tickets available for ‘Fandango for Butterflies’



Students can purchase online at cpa.psu.edu with the promo code FANDANGO. Or, to avoid a $4 per ticket surcharge, they can purchase in person at Eisenhower Auditorium.
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‘Cartography’ considers origin stories in multimedia theatrical event Oct. 14 at Eisenhower



The performance is rooted in the commonalities of migration and the metaphorical mapping at the center of worlds in motion.
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Voces8 returns to Penn State for ‘After Silence’ Oct. 12



VOCES8 returns to Penn State for ‘After Silence’ Oct. 12, in a program featuring an appearance by the Penn State Concert Choir.
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Fifth-year architecture student named 2021 Corbelletti prize winner



Puja Bhagat, a fifth-year architecture student and Schreyer Honors College scholar, was named the winner of the Department of Architecture’s 2021 Corbelletti Design Charrette.
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Zolli appointed Agnes Scollins Carey Early Career Professor



Dan Zolli is the third recipient of the College of Arts and Architecture’s Agnes Scollins Carey Memorial Early Career Professorship in the Arts.
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En Garde Arts’ ‘Fandango for Butterflies’ evokes empathetic tales



The Center for the Performing Arts presents “Fandango for Butterflies (and Coyotes),” featuring emotional stories that cross borders, on Sept. 30 in Eisenhower Auditorium.
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Zoller exhibition reveals sculptors’ reactions to the pandemic—on paper



"I5OLATION," an exhibition of drawings by 50 women sculptors created during the COVID-19 pandemic, is on display at Zoller Gallery, Sept. 20-Oct. 1.
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Graphic design student earns honorable mentions in national design competitions



Third-year graphic design student Taylor Kuszyk has earned national recognition for her work, collecting two honorable mentions in the UCDA Design Awards and another in Graphex 52.
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Sekhon scores ballet to celebrate Eastman School of Music, Garth Fagan Dance



Baljinder Sekhon II scored the ballet "Dreamer," in collaboration with the Eastman School of Music and Garth Fagan Dance.
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Two architecture students receive Erickson Discovery Grants



Katie McRury and Natalie Walter have each been awarded 2021 Erickson Discovery Grants.
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Global Asias Opening Reception



The opening reception for Global Asias: Contemporary Asian and Asian American Art from the Collections of Jordan
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Mwenso and The Shakes opens fall season with live concert Sept. 16



The Center for the Performing Arts welcomes students and community members back to live events with “Love Will Be thee Only Weapon,” a free concert by Mwenso and The Shakes.
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Chang Tan Curates Global Asias Exhibit



The special exhibition Global Asias: Contemporary Asian and Asian American Art from the Collections of Jordan D.
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Second virtual 5K to benefit Blue Band Legacy Fund



The Alumni Blue Band Association (ABBA) will hold its second virtual 5K, Oct. 16–24, to benefit the Blue Band Legacy Fund.
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Graphic design professor earns national recognition for design work



Emily Burns, assistant professor in the Stuckeman School’s Department of Graphic Design, has been recognized by the University and College Designers Association 2021 Design Awards.
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SOVA to kick off Anderson Lecture Series on Sept. 13



The Fall 2021 Anderson Lecture Series begins on Monday, Sept. 13 in an online format with registration required.
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Solari and Restall co-author book



The Maya Apocalypse and Its Western Roots co-authored by Amara Solari, Professor of Art History and Anthropology
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Tickets for Center for the Performing Arts fall events go on sale starting Sept. 1



To welcome audiences back for fall, the center will present a mix of live and “Up Close and Virtual” presentations, including jazz, classical music and theater.
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Virtual /Material: Color/ Workshop



The Virtual/Material: Color/Pigment workshop took place the week of August 9, bringing together an international group of art history
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Department of Architecture welcomes new hire for fall 2021



The Department of Architecture within the Stuckeman School has added Tess Clancy to its faculty as an assistant teaching professor beginning with the fall 2021 semester.
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CPAD announces new leadership, focus areas for coming months



Susan Russell, associate professor of theatre, is the new director of CPAD, working with associate directors Crystal Ramsay and Chris Stubbs.
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