Arts Lounge at the Annenberg
The Arts Lounge at the Annenberg Center is a new hub for the creative community, co-developed and managed by The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation and Penn Live Arts. It is part of a $2M renovation of the Annenberg Center’s public spaces made possible by a generous gift from alumni Keith and Kathy Sachs, and central to our goals at the Sachs Program for supporting the communities we serve and increasing visibility for the arts on campus.
The Arts Lounge features new exhibition space and infrastructure, equipment and support for programming, inviting new furniture and lighting, and, coming this spring, a commissioned mural by Philadelphia artist Isaac Tin Wei Lin, and a coffee cart that will feature local coffee and snacks.
All events are currently taking place virtually. We look forward to hosting in-person events in the spring.
May 31Mark Stockton: 100 People
The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation and Penn Live Arts present an exhibition of new work by Philadelphia artist Mark Stockton, comprising one hundred hand-drawn portraits installed throughout the Annenberg Center.
Friday 27 MayExhibition Closing Party: 100 People | 100 Records
Join The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation as we celebrate “Mark Stockton: 100 People,” with a closing party soundtracked by a special selection of 100 tracks, one for each portrait in the exhibition.