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The Arts take over University Park!

On Sunday, September 20, the College of Arts and Architecture will host its inaugural artsUp event for students, alumni, and the community. artsUP will feature performances, galleries, and fun activities throughout the Arts District on the University Park campus. Stuckeman School students will conduct numerous demonstrations and workshops. You can learn about edible green walls, help digital print prosthetic hands for children, participate in a graphic design workshop, sketch with bricks and wood, or learn about 3d software.

More details and a complete schedule of events can be found at

Spend a Summer Day Files

The 2015 Spend a Summer Day presentations from the College of Arts and Architecture, plus the Architecture and Landscape Architecture departments are available online. Click here for access.

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