Supporting and Promoting the Arts at the University of Pennsylvania
Martha Rich’s "It goes by fast” is the first exhibit in the Annenberg Center’s new Arts Lounge space. The lounge is a collaboration between The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation and Penn Live Arts. Rich, a 2011 MFA alumnus, crafted approximately 90 pieces strung on the 75-by-20-foot brick wall of the Arts Lounge space in Annenberg’s lobby.
- September 15, 2021 Roberto Lugo Brings Street Graffiti and Portraiture to the Arthur Ross Gallery
- September 14, 2021 Penn’s Center for the Preservation of Civil Rights Sites is Protecting and Celebrating Civil Rights Heritage and Black Histories
- September 14, 2021 The Divine Comedy’s ‘Universal Message’ 700 Years Later
- August 26, 2021 Announcing the inaugural exhibition of Annenberg Center’s new Arts Lounge
- August 19, 2021 Two Galleries are Featuring Work by Artist and Professor David Hartt
Please refer to the University of Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 guidelines for up-to-date information on safety procedures, campus access, and event restrictions.
The Sachs Program’s grantmaking supports innovative arts activities throughout the Penn community, providing funding to Penn faculty, staff, students, departments, programs, and centers. Our vision is that the arts at Penn are valued and embraced as a creative catalyst, driving innovation, inspiration, and action.
The Serpent Will Eat Whatever is in the Belly of the Beast
Penn Lecturer Marc Anthony Richardson will research and write his next novel, The Serpent Will Eat Whatever is in the Belly of the Beast, in which seven Black assassins are assigned to reciprocate violence inflicted on the Black community.
The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation’s 2019 SHIP Intern, Tias Volker (C ’21), developed a map that highlights arts resources and centers across Penn’s campus. While not every resource could be included, The Sachs Program encourages you to use this map to explore the breadth of arts offerings at Penn.