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Two-Day National Conference at Penn to Examine Role of Anchor Institutions in the Revitalization of American Cities
October 4, 2007
PHILADELPHIA -- The role of anchor institutions in the renaissance of American cities will be discussed at the Urban Anchors in the 21st Century national conference Oct. 8-9.  More than 200 urban professionals, scholars, policymakers, students and others will gather at the University of Pennsylvania with more than 60 national experts in urban affairs.
Penn School of Design Professor's Work to be Shown at Venice Biennale's International Art Exhibition
May 18, 2007
PHILADELPHIA -- Josh Mosley, a professor in the University of Pennsylvania's School of Design, is among the select artists who will show their work at the Venice Biennale's 52nd International Art Exhibition.   Mosley is a Penn professor of fine arts, animation and digital media and also a fellow at the American Academy in Rome.  He will exhibit his new work, "dread," featuring mixed media animation about philosophers Blaise Pascal and Jean-Jacques Rousseau during a nature walk in which they are not able to resolve their perspectives on the nature of things.