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Hub-Robeson Galleries Expose yourself... to the arts, collage of past exhibitions artwork

Other Exhibits

HUB Gallery exhibits Robeson Gallery exhibits

The HUB-Robeson Galleries also has other exhibit locations that
feature a variety of other works, many of which change or are
added to over time. These locations include:

HUB-Robeson Center exhibit cases

Display Cases

There are several cases located in the HUB-Robeson Center on the First floor level near the HUB Auditorium, adjacent to Heritage Hall, and in front of the Information Desk.

They feature various artists and collections throughout the year.

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Kaitlyn Monahan's abstract girl sculpture in Sculpture Corner

Sculpture Corner

This area is located just outside the HUB Gallery and features long-term exhibits.

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2001 Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts Poster

Arts Fest Posters

For the past 30 years Penn State Professor of Visual Arts, Lanny Sommese has designed the annual Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts poster. The entire collection of posters is on display in the library in the HUB-Robeson Center.

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corridors exhibit


The corridors on the second and third floors of the HUB-Robeson Center display posters that were designed by Penn State students.

Past exhibits have covered topics like the influence of Martin Luther King, Jr., world hunger, and body image.

On the second floor of the HUB there are currently pictures of the Greek Sing competition, an event hosted by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life.

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Trains by Jake Waldman

Art on Loan

Art on Loan is a program of the HUB-Robeson Galleries which displays a collection of art work by students, professors and emerging artists in various meeting spaces in the HUB-Robeson Center.

The Art Loan Exhibit Program can be viewed in Rooms 106, 107, 110,and 331 in the HUB-Robeson Center. For more information, please contact the Galleries.

Room 106

Penn State THON Photos by The Digital Photography Studio

Room 107

Photography by Adam Harvey

Room 110

Trains by Jake Waldman

Room 331

Photography by Jason Fagone

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Multicultural Murals

These five murals, representing African American, American Indian, Asian American, Hispanic/Latino America, and other cultures were created by faculty, staff, and students in 1992, in collaboration with various ethnic student organizations to represent the idea of multiculturism.

African American mural American Indian mural

African American

American Indian

Asian American mural Latin American mural

Asian American

Hispanic/Latino American

Multicultural mural


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