New students and their parents will attend orientation on Penn’s main campus, exposing them to a series of activities to aid a successful transition from high school to the University. Fall classes begin Aug. 26. Info: www.upenn.edu/nso.
“White Petals Surround Your Yellow Heart” features the work of artists engaged with clothing, adornment, and self-presentation to highlight the inventive design, tactical implementation, or sartorial sense by which we multiply and complete our personalities. ICA. Info: 215-898-7108 or www.icaphila.org.
“La Tauromaquia: Carnicero, Goya, Picasso and the Bullfight” features 70 exceptional prints by Antonio Carnicero (1748-1814), Francisco Goya (1746-1828), and Pablo Picasso (1881-1973). This exhibition reveals founder Arthur Ross’ passion for master prints and honors his vision for a university gallery that presents exhibitions of art and artifacts from around the world. Arthur Ross Gallery, 220 South 34th St. Info: 215-898-2083 or www.upenn.edu/ARG. Exhibit on display through July 28.
View Daniel Wilder’s series of paintings, “In Waves: A Neighborhood In Transition.” Wilder, a professional artist and pioneer of multi-sensory art/media since the early 1990s, is also presenting his “The Manifesto Concerning Das (dimension and space).” Burrison Gallery in the University Club at Penn, 3611 Walnut St., 2nd floor. Info: Email Ilene Wilder at email@example.com. Exhibit on display through May 17.
“Karla Black” showcases the work by an artist who constructs large-scale, site-specific sculptures using amorphous yet everyday materials—from dirt, chalk, and dough, to the powders, sprays, and gooey substances we use to coat our bodies. ICA. Info: 215-898-7108 or www.icaphila.org. Exhibit on display through July 28.
“Each One As She May: Ligon, Reich, and De Keersmaeker” features the work of conceptual artist Glenn Ligon, musician Steve Reich, and dancer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. The exhibition was organized by Penn students in the Spiegel Contemporary Art Freshman Seminar, and is a collaboration between the ICA and Penn’s Department of the History of Art. ICA. Info: 215-898-7108 or www.icaphila.org. Exhibit on display through July 28.
Jeremy Siegel, the Russell E. Palmer Professor of Finance in the Wharton School, discusses “The Future for Investors.” Siegel examines the valuation of the current market, the most promising asset classes, the connection between growth and return, the Age Wave, and international investing. Zellerbach Theatre, 3680 Walnut St. Info: 215-898-7811 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Event is part of Alumni Weekend.
Cindy Otto, executive director of the Penn Vet Working Dog Center, and Carlo Siracusa, a lecturer in behavioral medicine at the Penn School of Veterinary Medicine, discuss “Training and Behavior Tips for Pets” for the Animal Lovers Lecture Series. Penn Vet Working Dog Center, 3401 Grays Ferry Ave. Info: 215-898-1480 or www.vet.upenn.edu.
Penn President Amy Gutmann delivers her annual State of the University report. There will be an opportunity for questions. Huntsman Hall, 3730 Walnut St., Dhirubhai Ambani Auditorium, G06. Info: 215-898-7811 or email email@example.com. Event is part of Alumni Weekend. Seating is limited; simulcast will be available for overflow crowd. Advance registration requested.
Penn alumna Susan Orlins (C’67) discusses her memoir, “Confessions of a Worrywart: Husbands, Lovers, Mothers, and Others.” An award-winning journalist, Orlins began chronicling her worries in 2009 on her blog, “Confessions of a Worrywart.” Penn Bookstore, 3601 Walnut St. Info: 215-898-7595 or www.upenn.edu/bookstore. Event is part of Alumni Weekend.
Penn alumna Marci Alboher returns to campus to celebrate her 25th reunion and discuss her book, “The Encore Career Handbook: How to Make a Living and a Difference in the Second Half of Life.” Alboher is a vice president of Encore.org, a nonprofit organization making it easier for millions of people to pursue second acts for the greater good. Penn Bookstore. Info: 215-898-7595 or www.upenn.edu/bookstore. Event is part of Alumni Weekend.
The documentary “The Source Family,” directed by Jodi Wille and Maria Demopoulos, provides an intimate view of The Source Family, a radical experiment in 1970s utopian living. Their outlandish style, popular health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women made them the darlings of Hollywood’s Sunset Strip, but their outsider ideals and the unconventional behavior of their spiritual leader, Father Yod, caused controversy with local authorities. International House, 3701 Chestnut. Info: 215-387-5125 or www.ihousephilly.org. $9 general admission; $7 students and seniors; free for International House Philadelphia members.