Sunday


September 25, 2016


10:00 AM - 12:30 PM

College Green

Brunch & Special Recognition

Our closing brunch will honor Ms. Cora Ingrum in celebration of her 55+ years of contributions to Penn Engineering and its students. Join us in celebrating Ms. Ingrum's invaluable contributions to Penn Engineering and the university during her remarkable career.

1:00 - 4:00 PM

Optional: Gallery Visits


Explore the arts and culture scene at Penn while you're here! Admission will be free to all Penn Spectrum Weekend attendees on Sunday, September 25th, between 1pm and 4pm.

    Arthur Ross Gallery
    220 S. 34th St. · Philadelphia, PA 19104
    Between Walnut and Spruce Streets · Housed in the Fisher Fine Arts Library Building
    You are invited to explore the gallery and its special exhibition, Darkwater Revival: After Terry Adkins, a new exhibition that pays homage to Terry Adkins -  the distinguished artist, musician, and University of Pennsylvania professor whose untimely death in 2014 was a huge loss to the artistic community.
    The Burrison Gallery
    3611 Walnut St. · Philadelphia, PA 19104
    The Burrison Gallery at the University of Pennsylvania presents Without Regard to Sex, Race or Color the Past, Present and Future of One Historically Black College, photography exhibit by Andrew Feiler W'84. Andrew was granted unique access to Morris Brown’s hauntingly silent campus. His documentary artistic photography portrays a proud past, a challenging present and an uncertain future, not only for this one institution but for all of America’s historically black colleges and universities.
    Institute of Contemporary Art
    118 S. 36th St. · Philadelphia, PA 19104
    The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) is pleased to present The Freedom Principle: Experiments in Art and Music, 1965 to Now. This large-scale group exhibition links the vibrant legacy of avant-garde jazz and experimental music of the late 1960s (particularly within the African American arts scene on the South Side of Chicago) and its continuing influence on contemporary art and culture today.
    Dupree Studio Museum in Mantua
    3617 Haverford Avenue · Philadelphia, PA 19104
    James Dupree is an accomplished artist, educator, and activist. He has received both fellowships and artist's residencies in Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, and Wales UK. Among the first black graduates of the University of Pennsylvania MFA program, and a recent recipient of the UPenn Black Alumni Society's Living Legend Award, he is in many ways an example of the success of Philadelphia's art institutions in addressing the city's underprivileged communities. His work can be found in Museum, Corporate, Public, and Private collections.
    The Penn Museum
    3260 South St. · Philadelphia, PA 19104
    The Penn Museum is considered one of the world’s great archaeology and anthropology research museums, and the largest university museum in the United States. With roughly one million objects in its care, the Penn Museum encapsulates and illustrates the human story: who we are and where we came from. Be sure to wander through its long-term interactive exhibit Native American Voices, a collection of remarkable objects and contemporary voices that offer visitors a new understanding of the first inhabitants of this land, as told through Native American perspectives.