Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences
‘The Illuminated Body’ fuses color, light, and sound
A new Arthur Ross Gallery exhibition of work by artist Barbara Earl Thomas features cut-paper portraits reminiscent of stained glass and an immersive installation constructed with intricately cut material lit from behind.
Science & Technology
Over a decade, researchers from Penn studied coral species in Hawaii to better understand their adaptability to the effects of climate change.
Penn Live Arts presents Ukrainian Community Day. This event features the Prometheus Ukrainian Male Chorus and Voloshky Ukrainian Dance Ensemble as well as performances by students from Philadelphia Performing Arts: A String Theory Charter School.
The Herbert D. Katz Center hosts this lecture that explores the American efforts to find, identify, salvage, and return Jewish cultural properties.
Sponsored by the Wolf Humanities Center, the documentary “Foragers” spotlights the Palestinian tradition of foraging wild za'atar and 'akoub amidst prohibitive law. A conversation will follow with Jumana Manna, co-scriptwriter for the film, along with Rabea Eghbariah of Harvard and Nour Joudah, an assistant professor of Asian American Studies at the University of California Los Angeles.
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