It was a big day for 10 high school students gathered in Fisher-Bennett Hall at the University of Pennsylvania. The 15-, 16- and 17-year-olds enrolled in Penn’s Art in the City Academy were preparing to give their final presentations.
Arts & Humanities
The world's first sound-synced expeditionary film, shot during a 1931 Penn Museum expedition to a remote Amazonian jungle, forms the centerpiece of Hollywood in the Amazon, a special exhibition developed as part of the University of Pennsylvania's 2013-14 Year of Sound.
Guthrie Ramsey of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses black writers who focus on writing about African-American music.
The British Museum and the Penn Museum are embarking on a dynamic digital collaboration, made possible with $1.28 million in lead support from the Leon Levy Foundation that will provide unprecedented access to the archaeology of the ancient kingdom of Ur.
PHILADELPHIA — Auguste Rodin: The Human Experience, Selections from the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Collections opens on Saturday, August 17 at the Arthur Ross Gallery at the University of Pennsylvania.