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Bela Fleck performs at Eisenhower Bela Fleck performs at Eisenhower
534 weeks ago - StateCollege.com
Penn Stater Magazine Editor Tina Hay played a lot of Fleck's music on her show, but doubted that most people outside the bluegrass world knew who he was. [Read More]
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Palmer Museum of Art announces Judy Chicago Gallery Conversations Palmer Museum of Art announces Judy Chicago Gallery Conversations
331 weeks ago - PSU Live
The Palmer Museum of Art is presenting the exhibition "Surveying Judy Chicago: Five Decades" through May 11 and hosting conversations led by various Penn State faculty members. [Read More]

Lehigh Valley's 'PSU MFA' exhibit celebrates work of four University alumni Lehigh Valley's 'PSU MFA' exhibit celebrates work of four University alumni
331 weeks ago - PSU Live
The Gallery at Penn State Lehigh Valley will host a new exhibition to celebrate the work of four master of fine arts alumni from Penn State's School of Visual Arts. "PSU MFA," runs Jan. 20-Apr. 26 with a reception and alumni night at the gallery from 5-7 p.m. on Feb. 6. The exhibit and reception are [Read More]

Pa.'s next generation broadband network helps WPSU broaden its reach Pa.'s next generation broadband network helps WPSU broaden its reach
331 weeks ago - PSU Live
WPSU and Erie?s public television station, WQLN, have been partnering with the Keystone Initiative for Network Based Education and Research (KINBER) and Velocity Network to use Pennsylvania's next generation research and education network (PennREN) to share their programming. [Read More]

Lecture to explore impact of horror films on culture Lecture to explore impact of horror films on culture
331 weeks ago - PSU Live
Kendall Phillips, professor of communication and rhetorical studies, and associate dean of research and graduate studies at Syracuse University, will present a lecture titled "Past, Present, Future Undead: George A. Romero's Legacy of Horror? at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4, in the Perkins Student Center [Read More]

'The Expert' at Abington predicts Oscar winners 'The Expert' at Abington predicts Oscar winners
332 weeks ago - PSU Live
The big reveal of the Academy Award nominations last week kicked off lively debate among "experts" ? from your friends to the critics at rottentomatoes.com - on who will win, who was snubbed and which film will dominate the awards. At Penn State Abington, the opinion that matters comes campus's own [Read More]

?The Expert? at Abington predicts Oscar winners ?The Expert? at Abington predicts Oscar winners
332 weeks ago - PSU Live
The big reveal of the Academy Award nominations last week kicked off lively debate among "experts" ? from your friends to the critics at rottentomatoes.com - on who will win, who was snubbed and which film will dominate the awards. At Penn State Abington, the opinion that matters comes campus's own [Read More]

WPSU-FM joins statewide initiative to explore urban decline WPSU-FM joins statewide initiative to explore urban decline
332 weeks ago - PSU Live
WPSU-FM is connecting with public media stations across Pennsylvania to form a local reporting collaboration called "Keystone Crossroads." [Read More]

President Erickson, Alumni Association to host evening of music in New York City President Erickson, Alumni Association to host evening of music in New York City
332 weeks ago - PSU Live
The eighth annual President's Concert will be held Feb. 15 in Lincoln Center?s Alice Tully Hall in New York City. Hosted by Penn State President Rodney Erickson and the Penn State Alumni Association, the concert will feature the Penn State Chamber Orchestra, Centre Dimensions Jazz Ensemble and the [Read More]

City Lights events feature Penn State standouts City Lights events feature Penn State standouts
332 weeks ago - PSU Live
From a symphony performance in Philadelphia to a special look at New Jersey?s Adventure Aquarium, Penn State?s alumni and faculty stars will headline six City Lights events from February through May. [Read More]

French and Francophone Studies announces spring 2014 film series French and Francophone Studies announces spring 2014 film series
332 weeks ago - PSU Live
The Penn State French and Francophone Studies Film Series will continue its free showings of 2014 spring semester series on selected Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m. in 113 Carnegie on Penn State?s University Park campus. Free to the public, all films are subtitled in English. [Read More]

We Are the Dream We Are the Dream
332 weeks ago - PSU Live
Penn State's Essence of Joy ensemble celebrates the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. by sharing the rich legacy of the music of the Civil Rights Era. [Read More]

Exhibit of industrial artist's work features local connection Exhibit of industrial artist's work features local connection
332 weeks ago - PSU Live
?Pennsylvania: Made of Steel? opens Jan. 27 and runs through March 14, featuring a selection of 30 paintings publicly exhibited for the first time from the National Iron and Steel Heritage Museum?s recent acquisition of original works by industrial artist Klaus Grutzka. [Read More]

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