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Penn Presents
Annenberg Center

Dianne Reeves

Diane Reeves, grammy award winning jazz artist

Hezekiah Walker

Hezikiah Walker, grammy award winning contemporary gospel artist

Kate Clinton

Kate Clinton, comedian


Rick Miller in MacHomer

Patti Smith

Patti Smith, 70s rock and roll musician

Pat Metheny

Pat Metheny, grammy award winning, jazz guitarist. Photo by Elizabeth Zeschin.



African Storytelling by Momma Sandi: UPM
October 11

Momma Sandi

Storytelling is a finely-honed tradition in many African cultures and in the African American tradition, and Momma Sandi, a member of the National Association of African American Storytellers, serves up stories, filled with action and drumming, at the Museum during Penn Family Day.



Book Covers


Barry Schwabsky will read from his book Opera at the Penn Bookstore. See Readings & Signings.

Looting book

Colin Renfrew will talk on Are Collectors the Real Looters?: The Continuing Destruction of the Archaeological Heritage based on his book Loot, Legitimacy and Ownership. See Talks.


Dibble book

Harold Dibble will speak on the topic Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Time: A Quirky Look at Human Evolution and the Origin of Gourmandaise based on his book, Human Evolution Cookbook. See Talks.




Master of Fine Arts 1st Year Preview
Charles Addams Gallery

Through November 7

Eric Drotch MFA '04

Eric Drotch MFA '04

Eric Drotch MFA '04

Sanghee Park MFA '04

Michael Perrone MFA '04

Si Young Rhie MFA '04




Resurrection: Belkis Ayón
Arthur Ross Gallery
Through January 4


Untitled, Belkis Ayón, 27" x 36.5", 1996

Man with three heads

Intolerancia, 1998, Collograph. Courtesy of Brandywine Workshop



Van Pelt-Dietrich Library

Body of Evidence

Scientia Intuitiva, 1995. Part of the exhibit The Body of as Evidence: A Twenty-Year Retrospective of the Photography of Candace diCarlo. Through January 27.

The Meaning of Words

Tower of Babel, woodcut, 1671 German Bible. Part of the exhibit The Meaning of Words Marcus Jastrow and the Making of Rabbinic Dictionaries. Through
November 23.



Beaux-Arts at Penn
Kroix Gallery
Through May

Robert Fulton Memorial

Robert Fulton Memorial, Competition, 1909,
Paul Phillippe Cret, architect



Unconventional Three-Dimensional
Slought Foundation
Through November 13


Sculpture, Michael Gitlin, 2003.

American Panopticon

American Panopticon,
Michael Zansky, 2003.



Viewpoints: Nine Faculty Photographers
Arthur Ross Gallery
Through October 26


A Dumbed and Drunk Parlor,
Steven H. Begleiter, 2003


Chair, Wyatt Gallery,
East Dry River Mosque, Port of Spain, Trinidad, 1999, C-print

You Came Here Deliberately, Steven H. Begleiter, 1999.

Hindu Temple in the Sea, Wyatt Gallery temple in Waterloo, Trinidad, 1999.



Garden Railway Display: Americana
Morris Arboretum

Through October 13

railway 1 americana railway
Lookin' at the Trains--Diana Luks and her grandsons enjoyed the running stream spanned by a covered bridge at the Garden Railway Display. Americana: Covered Bridges, Mills and Barns is this year's theme for the annual summer Garden Railway Display. Fourteen of the historic structures join 32 other scale model replicas to make a whimsical village in the summer garden.



Nature's Unseen Adventure: Burrison Gallery
Through October 25

Earthly Delights, Julie Cardillo, 2003, oil on canvas, 32 x 40 ".



New Work from the Fine Arts Faculty:
Charles Addams Gallery
Through October 26

Barrier, Joan Curran.
Oil on canvas, 60" x 74".

Storyboard for a Vue

Storyboard for a Vue, Joshua Mosley. Charcoal on paper, 3.5 x 6", 2003.




Mammoth Scale: The Anatomical Sculptures of
William Rush - Wistar Institute

Through October

William Rush, model of the sphenoid bone, 1808.
Photo by Candace diCarlo.




Books Through Bars: Creativity in Confinement
Esther Klein Gallery
Through November 6

Portrait of a Man

Portrait of a Man by Drone


Untitled, by Greenleaf


Monkeys by Facundo



ICA: Fall Exhibits
Through December 14

Self Portrait, Gillian Wearing, 2000, chromogenic development print, 67 3/4" x 67 3/4". Courtesy of Maureen Paley Inerim Art, London.

Grow Room, 2003, Virgil Marti, mylar and mixed media installation view. Courtesy of the artist and Participant Inc.

A Needle Woman, Kim Sooja,1999-2000, Color DVD installation, 98" x 139", Courtesy of the artist.

South Tower, The Gems of Tragedy, 2002, Patti Smith, graphite, crayon, tape, and digital image on paper, 13 3/8" x 11". Through December 7.




The Garden in Cut Art: Morris Arboretum
Through January 5

Irises by Julie Zigler



  Almanac, Vol. 50, No. 6, September 30, 2003