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Laura Kern, Fastened Up | 2022
Visual Arts Annual Graduate Research | Penn State University

Visual Arts Annual Graduate Research | Penn State University

March 15, 2024 - April 14 2024 | HUB Gallery

Gallery Walk: Friday, March 22, 2024

The Graduate School Website

The Annual Graduate Research Exhibition at Penn State celebrates research in all its aspects as an essential part of graduate education. Established in 1986, it challenges graduate students to communicate their research and creative endeavors to a general audience. The exhibition features artists working in various mediums and encourages them to present their work in clear, comprehensible terms to people outside their fields. The best works and presentations receive monetary awards.

Birch & Elk, 2021
Growth Patterns | Alyssa Dennis

Growth Patterns | Alyssa Dennis

March 2, 2024 - May 24, 2024 | Art Alley

Reception Date: Thursday, April 11, 2024

Artist Website

Alyssa Dennis is an interdisciplinary artist, earth activist, educator & clinical herbalist. Her art practice centers on conventional forms of building and the convenience that keeps us compartmentalized within a dangerously abstracted relationship with nature and our own bodies. The imagery she creates explores the impact of manufactured landscapes on our internal and external ecosystems, shaping our existence with non-human life and, ultimately, ourselves.

Elizabeth M. Schoppelrei, A Muted Season, 2023
Center for Arts & Crafts Artists and Instructors Exhibition | Penn State University

Center for Arts & Crafts Artists and Instructors Exhibition | Penn State University

March 1, 2024 - August 30, 2024 | Exhibition Cases

Center For Arts & Crafts Website

The Penn State Center for Arts & Crafts’ (CFAC) artists and instructors will showcase their artwork in the first-floor Display Cases. This exhibition will feature artworks representing the range of art classes available at the CFAC. The Center for Arts & Crafts has offered non-credit adult art classes to Penn State students, faculty, and staff during each of the university semesters and a children’s summer art camp for more than 40 years. The Center for Arts & Crafts is located in 3 Ritenour and has a ceramics studio in B8 HUB.

Cabinet of Curiosities: Collecting Then and Now | Penn State Museums and Galleries

March 15, 2024 - August 30, 2024 | Exhibition Cases

The Cabinet of Curiosity Then and Now, presented by the Penn State University Museum Consortium (PSUMC), is a captivating and collaborative exhibit that delves into the history of museums, demonstrating their evolution over time while retaining the enchanting allure of previous Cabinet of Curiosity displays. The exhibit features a variety of objects that demonstrate how museums have adapted to present issues in collecting and maintaining.

The display features unique items on loan from the Arboretum at Penn State, the Matson Museum of Anthropology, the Frost Entomological Museum at Penn State, the Penn State Breazeale Nuclear Reactor, the Center for Virtual and Material Studies, WPSU, the Pennsylvania State University Herbarium (PAC), the Ecosystem Science Vertebrate Collection, and the Pasto Agricultural Museum.

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