Sept|Oct

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

Anytown: Music by Springsteen, Scialfa and Tyrell; Dance by Shapiro and Smith Dance. Oct. 5-8.

Eve Ensler: The Good Body | Oct. 11-16.

Diavolo The high-flying Los Angeles dance company. Oct. 18-19.

Orchestra Europa | All-Mozart program. Oct. 19.

Leahy | Celtic dance clan. Oct. 29.

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.

Mapping the Pacific Coast: Coronado to Lewis and Clark. The maps and prints that led Jefferson to commission the Lewis and Clark expedition. Sept. 24 through Jan. 9.

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

Rodney Graham: A Little Thought | Perception and location are key in these photographs, light projections, and audio works. Sept. 10 through Dec. 23.

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

Bruce Purchase | Performance of Johnson is Leaving, a monodrama by John Wain. Sept. 13.

Anne Applebaum | A Reading & Conversation on the Soviet Gulags by the Washington Post columnist. Sept. 22.

Norman Finkelstein and Harvey Shapiro | Poets. Sept. 29.

Anthony DeCurtis | Rock critic and interviewer. Oct. 6.

David Hickey | Fiction writer and cultural critic. Oct. 31.

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

Maureen Corrigan Gr’87, book reviewer for Fresh Air and The Washington Post, will read and sign her new memoir, Leave Me Alone, I’m Reading. Oct. 11, 3-4 p.m.

Penn Writers Conference
(215) 898-6493

11th Annual Writers Conference at Penn | Workshops and master classes, including “The Craft of Food Writing” and “Are You the Next J. K. Rowling?” | Registration required. Oct. 1 and 2.

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

Comicology: The New Magical Real | Underground artists tell bizarre and humorous tales through their creations.

Paper Architecture / Architecture de Papier | Works by American painter Marjorie Welish and French artist Olivier Gourvil.

Vera’s Room | British visual artist Maria Chevska combines painting and sculpture in this installment on collectivity and narrative.

All Sept. 10 through Oct. 22.

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

From Above: Images of a Storied Land | Large-scale aerial photographs of the American Southwest by Adriel Heisey. Through October 2.

Travels to the Interior of North America | Rare, hand-colored engravings of interior North America and native peoples in the 1830s by Karl Bodmer. Through Dec. 31.

Van Pelt-Dietrich Library
Annenberg Rare Book & Manuscript Library (sixth floor).
(215) 898-7088

From Book to Gardenand Back | Works by Ian Hamilton Finlay. Sept. 23 through Dec. 17.

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

Syreeta | Sept. 10.

John Gorka | Oct. 29.

Black 47 | Oct. 31.

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