May 10, 2022Announcing The Sachs Program 2022 Grant Awards
The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation is thrilled to announce its fifth annual round of grant awards, providing a record $288,000 to support 49 ambitious and creative projects in the arts and humanities at Penn.
May 10, 2022The past, present, and future of positive humanities
A new Oxford Handbook from Penn’s James Pawelski and Louis Tay of Purdue explores this emerging field, which brings together positive psychology, philosophy, the humanities, and the arts.
May 10, 2022‘Our plain, unadulterated truth’
In Toni Morrison and the adventure of the 21st century, Herman Beavers, the Julie Beren Platt and Marc E. Platt President’s Distinguished Professor of English and Africana Studies, facilitates class discussions about Black history and modern times.
May 9, 2022Design on display
The first in-person showcase for the new undergraduate design major featured original projects by 15 seniors expressing their interpretation of the theme ‘in search of.’
May 5, 2022Penn Live Arts celebrates 50 years with upcoming season
For its 50th anniversary, Penn Live Arts is rolling out a season like none before it—complete with a John and Alice Coltrane festival, one-act plays in partnership with the Negro Ensemble Collective, and a new ListenHear composer series.