The University of Pennsylvania’s Visual Studies Program, History of Art Department, Fels Institute of Government, and the Penn Museum are proud to present a talk with
Visual studies seniors present their thesis projects mid-year before fellow students, faculty and project advisors.
J.G. Ballard once said: "Science fiction might be the best sort of realism. Maybe the only possible one." This is exactly the sort of insight that a writer of speculative stories can offer.
Current students and alumni are invited to mix with special invited alumni in a meet and greet, networking event during Homecoming.
The Course and Majors Fair provides an opportunity for students to explore majors. Visual Studies will have a table present to answer questions and discuss the major.
A major dinner for Freshmen and Sophomores where you can talk to representatives and students from the three related majors of Architecture, Fine Arts and Visual Studies.
A conference sponsored by the Department of the History and Sociology of Science.
For the third consecutive year, Platt Student Performing Arts House and Penn Art & Culture will be hosting the Penn Art & Culture Freshman Welcome Reception. The goal of this event is to i
History of Art Colloquium
[image: The Tippecanoe Almanac for the Year 1841 (Philadelphia, 1840)