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"Seeing Spots" (Jenna Ferraraccio) exhibit at the Edwin W. Zoller gallery at Penn State -- By using recognizable, common household items and obscuring them in such a way to create a feeling of the unfamiliar, the viewer must explore everything in the space. Disorientation surfaces and removes the viewer from the assumptions of everyday life.

"Seeing Spots" (Jenna Ferraraccio) exhibit at the Edwin W. Zoller gallery at Penn State -- By using recognizable, common household items and obscuring them in such a way to create a feeling of the unfamiliar, the viewer must explore everything in the space. Disorientation surfaces and removes the viewer from the assumptions of everyday life.

"Birth of the Painted World" on display at the Penn State HUB-Robeson galleries. The art exhibit is of Jivya Mashe and The Warli Tradition of India.

"Birth of the Painted World" on display at the Penn State HUB-Robeson galleries. The art exhibit is of Jivya Mashe and The Warli Tradition of India.

Adriana Nocco     * OnStage Guest Columnist  While surfing the web and avidly reading theatre blogs, I often come across  articles that have been written by actors about how one should act in order  to be a respectful, “good” audience member while serving as a spectator of  theatre. I totally, 110% agree with these articles. However, I often feel  that there is also a lack of respect on certain actors’ parts towards  creative and production teams while they are working on shows. I feel that…

Adriana Nocco * OnStage Guest Columnist While surfing the web and avidly reading theatre blogs, I often come across articles that have been written by actors about how one should act in order to be a respectful, “good” audience member while serving as a spectator of theatre. I totally, 110% agree with these articles. However, I often feel that there is also a lack of respect on certain actors’ parts towards creative and production teams while they are working on shows. I feel that…

Thanks to our Art History Department, "Private Lives" by Roy DeForest, above, is just one of more than 7,000 Palmer Museum of Art works available online to all of us. You will find them in the Penn State University Libraries digital collections. Click the painting above to explore!  Full story here: http://news.psu.edu/story/374187/2015/10/08/arts-and-entertainment/palmer-museum-art-collection-now-available-online

Thanks to our Art History Department, "Private Lives" by Roy DeForest, above, is just one of more than 7,000 Palmer Museum of Art works available online to all of us. You will find them in the Penn State University Libraries digital collections. Click the painting above to explore! Full story here: http://news.psu.edu/story/374187/2015/10/08/arts-and-entertainment/palmer-museum-art-collection-now-available-online

Art isn't just paint and clay. At the #artsUP event held at Penn State in September, College of Arts and Architecture students showed the art of 3-D printing. The DigiDigits team create prosthetics for children. Here, a ring finger is being printed.

Art isn't just paint and clay. At the #artsUP event held at Penn State in September, College of Arts and Architecture students showed the art of 3-D printing. The DigiDigits team create prosthetics for children. Here, a ring finger is being printed.

A close-up of "Water Fall #1" demonstrating how Joe Vescovich combines wood and encaustic to create his sculptural paintings. His work will be on display at the HUB-Robeson Center at Penn State, over the summer.

A close-up of "Water Fall #1" demonstrating how Joe Vescovich combines wood and encaustic to create his sculptural paintings. His work will be on display at the HUB-Robeson Center at Penn State, over the summer.

Penn State Theatre students, along with collaborators from the School of Music and College of Communications, brought an updated version of "Julius Caesar" to a diverse audience.

Penn State Theatre students, along with collaborators from the School of Music and College of Communications, brought an updated version of "Julius Caesar" to a diverse audience.

"Tom Zehnder" (oil on canvas) by Dana Van Horn. An exhibit of Van Horn's work is on display at Penn State Lehigh Valley.

"Tom Zehnder" (oil on canvas) by Dana Van Horn. An exhibit of Van Horn's work is on display at Penn State Lehigh Valley.

Singer, songwriter, and fiddler Sara Watkins is part of the Use Your Voice Tour 2016 with fellow singer-songwriters Patty Griffin and Anaïs Mitchell. In this interview, Watkins talks about the talented women with whom she’s performing March 16, 2016, at Penn State’s Eisenhower Auditorium. She also discusses the voter awareness drive component of the tour.

Singer, songwriter, and fiddler Sara Watkins is part of the Use Your Voice Tour 2016 with fellow singer-songwriters Patty Griffin and Anaïs Mitchell. In this interview, Watkins talks about the talented women with whom she’s performing March 16, 2016, at Penn State’s Eisenhower Auditorium. She also discusses the voter awareness drive component of the tour.

Penn State Theatre FastFact. It took 420 hours to create the costumes for the Titanic performance at Penn State.

Penn State Theatre FastFact. It took 420 hours to create the costumes for the Titanic performance at Penn State.

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