Mar|Apr

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

Compañia Nacional De Danza 2
March 8-10.

Bach Festival Week Piano Recital with Markus Pawlik.
March 18.

Sydney Dance Company
March 29-31.

The Great Tennessee Monkey Trial Presented by LA Theatre Works. April 18-22.

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.

Modern Indian Works on Paper: Post-Independence Art from a Private Collection. Traveling exhibition of works owned by Umesh and Sunanda Gaur.
Through March 11.

Dramatic Impressions:
Japanese Theater Prints
From the Gilbert Luber Collection.
March 17-May 6.

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 through March 25.

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

Jamaica Kincaid
Writers House Fellow.
RSVP only. March 19-20.

Hank Herman Humorist, juvenile-fiction writer, Penn alumnus. March 29.

Gay Talese Lecture and reception. RSVP only. April 2.

Lee Eisenberg Magazine editor, author, businessman, Penn alumnus. April 9.

Donald Hall U.S. poet laureate. RSVP only. April 16.

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

Steve Stern University of Wisconsin professor presents “Remembering Pinochet’s Chile.” March 22.

Paul Starr Pulitzer Prize winner discusses “Freedom’s Power- The True Force of Liberalism.” April 16.

Russell Simmons Discussion with hip-hop mogul on “Hip-Hop Laws of Success.”
April 28

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

The Wandering Jew Richard Cohen explores the history and symbolism of the archetypal traveler. Penn Museum, March 14.

Down the Mississippi Street artist Swoon discusses months of travel on a raft made of recycled garbage. ICA, March 21.

Sinbad the Traveling Salesman Historian Robert Irwin discusses the fabled character.
Logan Hall, March 29.

The Rise and Fall of European Multiculturalism Ian Buruma discusses hostilities between European societies and their immigrant populations. College Hall, April 12.

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

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. Through March 23.

Evasions of Power Roundtable discussions exploring relations between architecture, literature, and geopolitics. March 30-31.

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

Amarna, Ancient Egypt’s Place in the Sun
Through Oct. 2007.

Vanishing Worlds: Art and Rituals of Amazonia Over 150 ritual objects from various indigenous South American tribes. March 3-June 30.

Piranesi: The Grandeur of Ancient Rome Engravings of Ancient Rome’s splendor.
March 17-June 16.

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

John Butler Trio Grand National: Live and Intimate March 5.

Nanci Griffith March 14-15.

e.s.t. - Esbjorn Svensson Trio April 15.

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