Annenberg Center
3680 Walnut St.
(215) 898-3900

Orchestra Underground: Underground Mix Multimedia works performed by members of American Composers Orchestra. Feb. 4.
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago Includes premieres by two European master choreographers. Feb. 23-25.

Arthur Ross Gallery
Fisher Fine Arts Library
220 S. 34th St.
(215) 898-2083
Tues.-Fri.: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Sat., Sun.: 12 p.m.-5 p.m.

Antique Anatolian Carpets: Masterpieces from Philadelphia Collections. Rugs from the 17th and 19th centuries. Jan. 21-April 2.

118 South 36th Street
Wed.-Fri.: 12pm-8pm
Sat.,Sun.: 11am-5pm
(215) 898-7108

Ben van Berkel and Carolin Bos

Brian Tolle

Gone Formalism

Ramp Project: Ingrid Calame

Jan. 21-March 26.

Kelly Writers House
3805 Locust Walk
(215) 573-9748

Seven-Up on Ben Franklin
Seven members of the Penn community will speak, read, or sing for seven minutes, celebrating Franklin’s 300th birthday. Jan. 17.

Reading and Discussion with Carlin Romano
Literary critic. Jan. 26.

Richard Ford
Novelist. Feb. 13-14. RSVP only.

Penn Book Store
3601 Walnut Street
(215) 898-7595

Dr. Michael Eric Dyson,
professor of religious studies at Penn, discusses his new book, Come Hell or High Water.
Jan. 20.

Slought Foundation
4017 Walnut St.
(215) 222-9050
Wed.-Sat.: 11a.m.-6 p.m.

Almost Art
“Low-tech” works that straddle the lines separating sociology, anthropology, and art. Jan. 28-March 25.

University Museum
3260 South St.
(215) 898-4000
Tues.-Sat.: 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Sun.: 1 p.m.-5 p.m.

In Focus: National Geographic Greatest Portraits
Jan. 21-April 16.

World Café Live
3025 Walnut St.
(215) 898-6677

The Syn featuring Chris Squire of YES
Jan. 16.

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