"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.
Cast and crew are in full rehearsals for the Penn State Centre Stage production of the Tony Award-winning musical 'Titanic' opening Oct. 5, at Penn State's Pavilion Theatre on the University Park campus.
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.
“Chicago,” which opened to rave reviews Nov. 14, 1996, is the longest-running American musical in Broadway history, and it shows no sign of slowing down. The Tony Award-winning show will return to the Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State for two performances -- 7:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, April 11 and 12 -- in Eisenhower Auditorium on the University Park campus of Penn State.
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.
To illustrate how audio samples might paint pictures of information for the ears, the Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State will host events by multimedia artist-explorer Paul D. Miller, aka DJ Spooky, and artist-academic Mark Ballora. Miller will present "Arctic Rhythms," his multimedia travelogue at 7:30 p.m. March 23 in Eisenhower Auditorium. Ballora will host the lecture “Seeing with Your Ears: Visualizing Data with Sound” at 5:30 p.m. March 23 in 100 Life Sciences Building.
The Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State welcomes “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast,” one of the most popular love stories ever told, February 23, 2016, at Eisenhower Auditorium. Heather Longley speaks with Ben Cullen, an ensemble actor in the show and a 2014 Penn State musical theatre graduate. Cullen talks about touring with a national production, favorite Penn State memories, and life after college.
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.