Featured Events

Parrado

LIGHTBULB CAFÉ

July 29 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Emilio Parrado, a professor and chair of the Department of Sociology and the Population Studies Center and director of Penn’s Latin American and Latino Studies Program, speaks at Penn’s Lightbulb Café. World Cafe Live Upstairs. Info: 215-898-8721 or bryangm@pobox.upenn.edu.

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CHICAGO

August 14 8:00pm

Andrew’s Video Vault, presented by Penn’s Cinema Studies Program and The Rotunda, screens the 1927 film “Chicago,” the story of married jazz baby Roxie Hart and the murder of her lover. The Rotunda. Info: www.therotunda.org.

Red Wanting Blue

RED WANTING BLUE

August 22 8:00pm

Led by singer-songwriter Scott Terry, Columbus, Ohio-based band Red Wanting Blue performs passionate songs, anchored by Terry’s powerful baritone. World Cafe Live. Info: 215-222-1400 or www.worldcafelive.com. $12-$23.

Young Dubliners

THE YOUNG DUBLINERS

September 4 8:00pm

World Cafe Live hosts The Young Dubliners, a band comprised of several Dublin natives who blend traditional Irish music with rock ‘n’ roll to create a jam-friendly sound. World Cafe Live. Info: 215-222-1400 or www.worldcafelive.com. $15-$17.

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Event Listings

Black Bodies

RALLY ‘ROUND THE FLAG

June 6 10:00am - March 2 5:00pm

“Black Bodies in Propaganda: The Art of the War Poster” presents 33 posters aimed at mobilizing people of color in war efforts, even as they faced oppression at home. Tukufu Zuberi, the Lasry Family Professor of Race Relations at Penn, curates the exhibition, which features posters from his private collection. Penn Museum, 3260 South St., Merle-Smith Galleries, 1st Floor. Info: 215-898-4000 or www.penn.museum. Free with Museum admission.

Rodin

EXPERIENCING RODIN

September 12 10:00am - December 22 5:00pm

View “Auguste Rodin: The Human Experience.” Rodin, called the forefather of modern sculpture, is known for his impressionistic modeling, sensuality, and modernist approach to sculpting the human body. Arthur Ross Gallery, 220 S. 34th St. Info: 215-898-2083 or www.upenn.edu/arg. The exhibit runs through Dec. 22.

Jason Rhoades

JASON RHOADES, FOUR ROADS

September 18 11:00am - December 29 8:00pm

“Jason Rhoades, Four Roads” will be the first major American museum exhibition of the work of this exceptional artist who died in 2006 at the age of 41. The exhibit occupies the entire Institute of Contemporary Art, with four installations to be navigated by four interpretive paths or roads: Jason Rhoades, American Artist; Jason the Mason (a biographical thread named for a childhood nickname); Systems (language, scale, indexing, economies), and Taboo. ICA, 118 S. 36th St. Info: www.icaphila.org. The exhibit runs through Dec. 29.

Shemi

WRITER/DIRECTOR

October 21 5:00pm

The Jewish Studies Program sponsors a lecture by award-winning Israeli filmmaker Shemi Zarhin, whose films include “The World Is Funny,” “Aviva, My Love” and “Bonjour Monsieur Shlomi." McNeil Center for Early American Studies, 3355 Woodland Walk (corner of Walnut and 34th streets),  Stephanie Grauman Wolf Room. Info: Contact Christine Walsh at 215-898-6654 or email chwalsh@sas.upenn.edu.  

DOG DIAGNOSES

October 21 6:00pm

In Science Café’s “Hunting with the Hounds: How Dogs Lead the Way in the Search for Effective Cancer Therapies,” Penn Vet’s Nicola Mason will discuss her research using cancer vaccines to treat lymphoma and osteosarcoma in dogs. World Cafe Live Upstairs, 3025 Walnut St. Happy hour runs from 5 to 7 p.m. Registration is required. Info: 215-898- 8721 or email Gina Bryan at bryangm@upenn.edu.