Jan|Feb

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

Richard Alston Dance Company
Jan. 18-20.

Amajuba: Like Doves We Rise
Portrayal of life in apartheid South Africa. Jan. 23-28.

DanceBrazil Fusion of Afro-Brazilian and modern dance. Feb. 1-3.

Bulgarian State Academic Orchestra Feb. 21.

Ivan Lins Feb. 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.

An Early Edition of Los Caprichos by Francisco Goya y Lucientes On loan from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ross. Through Jan. 7.

Modern Indian Works on Paper: Post-Independence Art from a Private Collection Works owned by Umesh and Sunanda Gaur. Jan. 13-Mar. 11.

ICA
118 South 36th St.
(215) 898-7108
Wed.-Fri.: 12 p.m.-8 p.m.
Sat., Sun.: 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Nicole Cherubini Innovative sculptor displays her clay works.

Locally Localized Gravity Various artists sharing the same space to different ends.

Carlos Garaicoa First U.S. survey of the Cuban artist’s work.

Ramp Project: Luca Buvoli

All exhibitions run Jan. 20-March 25.

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

IFLIFE Book-release party for IFLIFE by Bob Perelman, professor of English. Jan. 9.

Celebration of Hart Crane With Susan Howe, Samuel R. Delany, and Brian Reed. Jan. 24.

1st Annual Caroline Rothstein Oral Poetry Event Featuring slam poet Taylor Mali. Feb. 1.

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

Rita Barnard Penn’s director of Women’s Studies presents her book, Apartheid and Beyond: South African Writers and the Politics of Place. Jan. 22.

Edward Humes-Darwin Day Celebration Pulitzer Prize winning author will discuss and sign copies of his new book, Monkey Girl. Feb. 12.

Penn Humanities Forum
3619 Locust Walk
(215) 898-8280

50th Anniversary: On the Road Marathon reading of Kerouac’s seminal work, with live music. Jan. 25, Kelly Writers House.

The Art of Reinvention Exhibition exploring identity and homeland, displacement and loss, and exile and relocation. Jan. 16-April 13, Van Pelt Library.

Ancient Maya Through U.S. Eyes Examining the connection between Maya culture and U.S. interpreters. Jan. 31, Rainey Auditorium, Penn Museum.

Satyr Square: A Year, A Life in Rome Former actor/director Leonard Balkan relates his year living in Rome. Feb. 7, Penn Humanities Forum.

Travel for Humanity Symposium on humanitarian efforts in the era of globalization. Feb. 14, Rainey Auditorium,
Penn Museum.

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

Art and Society:
The Work of Fred Forest
Retrospective exhibition about the new media artist and pioneer. Feb. 3-Mar. 23.

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

Under European Eyes: Conquistadors and Arts of the New World Through Feb. 26.

Amarna, Ancient Egypt’s Place in the Sun
Through October.

Butabu: Adobe Architecture of West Africa Through March 3.

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

Operation Bedding Benefit Concert
Jan. 7

Josh Ritter Jan. 30.

Al Copley Feb. 9.

Po’ Girl Feb. 16.

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Last modified 01/05/07

 


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