'Art Out' continues programs with arts scavenger hunt Sept. 27-28

Shea Bracken
September 20, 2018

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The Center for the Performing Arts and Penn State Student Affairs are continuing their efforts to get more students engaged in the arts and the tremendous benefits art has to offer.

After a successful Gallery Crawl in August, the Center for the Performing Arts and Student Affairs, in collaboration with the Penn State Libraries, will host an arts scavenger hunt from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sept. 27-28 at Pattee and Paterno libraries. 

The exhibits on display for the scavenger hunt will be "Into the Woods: Nature in Your Library" and "A Full Course: Encounters with Food." Students can stop in either day to discover clues and decipher puzzles within the exhibits to win prizes.

The goal of "Art Out" events is to engage students in the arts in new ways and to provide opportunities for students to become more involved with the art on campus — as a direct participant or simply as an observer — in fun, interactive ways.

Following the scavenger hunt, those who enjoy the sciences can attend an astronomy and art event in November. Attendees will study music and visual presentations while looking at new images of Jupiter, as inspiration, before taking part in a paper-marbling activity. Watch for more information about upcoming events on the art, theater and music page on the Student Affairs website.

For more information, contact Hope Falk, student engagement manager at the Center for Performing Arts and Student Affairs, at hrf5014@psu.edu.

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Last Updated October 04, 2018