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Arts and Humanities

Arts and humanities faculty to visit other classes

From March 29-30 and April 5-6, faculty will visit various classes outside of their areas of expertise during “Interface: Ideas Across A&H Disciplines.”
spring 2017 integrative arts senior projects

Color Outside the Lines showcase

"Color Outside the Lines" features works by integrative arts students Sheriece Veazey, Karol Rodriguez, and Kadheem McLeod.
Spring 2017 Ivyside Dance Ensemble Artwork

Penn State Altoona offers spring Ivyside Dance Ensemble performance

Ivyside Dance Ensemble will present “The Language of Shaping,” based on Neil Gaiman’s novel "The Ocean at the End of the Lane."
Sheet Music

New works by Timothy Melbinger to premiere Apr. 28

Timothy Melbinger will premiere new works as part of the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament's Concerts Under the Dome series.
Frog and Toad Art Work

Penn State Altoona offers "A Year With Frog and Toad" as spring musical

The musical will be presented Apr. 6-8
Sharrell Luckett

Heard on Campus: Muhlenberg professor Sharrell Luckett on black performance

Sharrell Luckett was the keynote speaker during Penn State Altoona's annual African American Read-In held Feb. 13.

Theatre 208 students explore African theatre

Theatre 208, Theatre in Diverse Culture, is a performance-oriented class which explores the historic and contemporary theatrical works of various culturally diverse peoples. During a two-week study of African theatre this semester, students immersed themselves in the culture's voice, movement, and story-telling.

AA Read In

Penn State Altoona announces 2017 African American Read-In events

Penn State Altoona will take part in the national African American Read-In by hosting several events, open to the public, on campus Feb. 12-13.

Altoona to host Q&A session with 'Love and Whiskey' playwright

Penn State Altoona will host playwright Allyson Currin at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 28 in the Wolf Kuhn Theatre of the Misciagna Family Center for Performing Arts. Following a performance of her play "Love and Whiskey," Currin will offer a question and answer session about her play.

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