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Alfred Artwork on Japanese High-Speet Train
Brian Alfred, Penn State assistant professor of art and SoVA alumnus has made animation works for the East Japan Railway...
Summer Camp
If you are a high school student with a strong interest in the visual arts, the School of Visual Arts (SoVA) Summer Art...
Art Worth Steeling poster
ART 330: Metal Fabrication & Mixed Media present: Art Worth Steeling  Featuring work by:  Mia Chen (Steel Maiden) Julia...
Bob Yarber Royal
“Return to the Scene of the Crime,” an exhibition of new paintings by Robert Yarber, Professor of Art, is on display in the...
First Conference Handbook
The 1965 Art Education Seminar at Penn State is a landmark in the field. Participants and attendees included leaders who...
McGeary Poster
Penn State School of Visual Arts' John M. Anderson Endowed Lecture Series is pleased to welcome...
DJ Spooky
Penn State School of Visual Arts’ John M. Anderson Endowed Lecture Series is pleased to welcome composer, author, musician...
Nikki Lau A PEEK BEHIND THE CURTAIN
The Penn State School of Visual Arts’ (SoVA) Edwin W. Zoller Gallery is hosting MFA thesis exhibition, A PEEK BEHIND THE...
Blue-White Tailgate
The Arts and Architecture Alumni society invites all A&A alumni and friends, along with our students graduating in May,...
D'Nae Harrison receives award
Congratulations to D'nae Harrison (BFA '14) who recently received first place (in her category) as part of the Philadelphia...

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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