Arts Crawl showcases student works

April 12, 2010

University Park, Pa. -- As the school year entered its final weeks, hundreds of arts students opened their works and studios to the public on Friday, April 9, for the third annual Arts Crawl. Sponsored and organized by the Visual Arts Student Association and Students Organizing the Multiple Arts, the Crawl featured visual art work spread across the studios, workshops and galleries of the Visual Arts, Arts, Borland, Patterson and Stuckeman Family buildings.

In addition to the displays and galleries, live musical performances and interactive art technique demonstrations were spread across the arts area of north campus during the event, which lasted from 6 to 11:30 p.m. Among the activities offered were etching at the printmaking studio; superhero cape-making by art education majors; photo shoots by photography students and spectator-integrating performances by Sculpture Club. Headlining artists Ira Sherman and noise-rock duo No Age also were features of the event.

For photos of the event, visit http://live.psu.edu/stilllife/2243 online.

  • Penn State sophomore Sarah Siddons makes a hand print in an interactive work in the Zoller Gallery of the Visual Arts Building during the 2010 Arts Crawl on Friday, April 9. For more photos, click on the image above.

    IMAGE: Andy Colwell

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