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Release Date: Feb 22 2019

Alumnus Paul Bell (’83 B.A. Art, B.S. Business) and his wife Maryann have made a financial contribution to the College of Arts and Architecture to support the Arts Entrepreneurship Program’s Arts Business Idea Competition. In its fourth...

Release Date: Feb 08 2019

After the triptych “Virgin and Child with Two Donors,” a piece in the permanent collection of the Palmer Museum of Art, was discovered to be a forgery, Carolyn Lucarelli, curator of visual resources in the Department of Art History...

Release Date: Feb 05 2019

Jonathan Gangi, assistant professor of music and arts entrepreneurship is now accepting entries for the 2019 Arts Business Ideas Competition. In its fourth year, the competition is the College of Arts and Architecture’s annual showcase of arts...

Release Date: Jan 31 2019

The discourse of art history has long privileged the eye, especially regarding questions of connoisseurship. Grounded in research, the visual is supplemented by archival documents to make a case of attribution or to determine the date of a work of...

Release Date: Jan 29 2019

Using their small family-owned and operated business, Penn State alumni Larry and Anne Barasch launched a fundraiser to sell the now famous “Stronger Than Hate” t-shirts following the tragic shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in...

Release Date: Jan 28 2019

NHK, Japan’s national public broadcasting organization, was recently on the University Park campus (Jan. 22) to film the Penn State interdisciplinary team that has advanced to the third phase of NASA’s $3.1-million 3D-Printed...

Release Date: Jan 28 2019

Barbara Palmer, whose lifetime of philanthropy is evident across Penn State and the Centre region, died peacefully on Sunday, Jan. 20. She was 93. Recognized by the University as an honorary alumna in 1987, Palmer was deeply engaged as a donor and a...

Release Date: Jan 25 2019

As Penn State administrators and faculty members, Barbara and James Korner have seen firsthand how many students struggle to afford a college education. That’s why they have established an Open Doors Scholarship as part of the University...

Release Date: Jan 25 2019

Mihyun Kang has been appointed research professor in the Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture and the College of Arts and Architecture liaison to the Sustainability Institute. Kang, who holds a Ph.D. in interior design from...

Release Date: Jan 22 2019

Since Bonnie Collura, Penn State School of Visual Arts associate professor, was awarded the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship in 2005 for “The Prince Project,” her work completed around the concept has taken many forms...

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