Amy Jordan of the Annenberg School for Communication says, Sendak “changed children’s writing, and American culture with it.”
When Penn Museum agreed to lend objects from its Egyptian collection to the Metropolitan Museum of Art for their new exhibition, The Dawn of Egyptian Art (April 10 through August 5, 2012), Penn Museum’s Egyptian section curator made one special request—for a temporary “exchange of prisoners.”
Student Bharat Moudgil of the Law School and the all-male ensemble Penn Masala are featured.
Simon Martin, Loa Traxler and Kate Quinn of the Penn Museum are quoted about the exhibit “Maya 2012: Lords of Time.”
PHILADELPHIA -- The Rotunda has been added to the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places by the Philadelphia Historical Commission. Collette Kinane, a graduate student in historical preservation, prepared the submission as part of PennDesign's 2011 Preservation Studio.
Built in 1911 for the First Church of Christ, Scientist, the Rotunda was designed by New York-based Carrere and Hastings as classical in style, featuring a low, tile-roofed narthex, a circular main hall, also known as the sanctuary, and oversized windows.