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ICA Fall Exhibition "Pictures, Patents, Monkeys and More...On Collecting"

An exhibition examining collecting as both imagery and process in contemporary art. Through December 15, 2002 .

"supremely black" by artist Ham Steinbach, 1985. Plastic laminated wood shelf; ceramic pitchers' cardboard detergent boxes.

The locomotive as designed by George Sellers in New York, 1859.

The electric generator by Hiram S. Maxim in Brooklyn, 1880.

Pill coating machine designed by William Cairnes in 1875.

"Coffee Table Museum," 1989. Redwood burl, various antique and contemporary coffeepots, copper plumbing pipe, and brass fittings, welded steel, wheels, and mixed media.

Eggs & Iron: Esther Klein Art Gallery

Pahl Hluchan, scene includes hammering-wielding teddy bears and armies of eggs


The Degenerate Art by Stan Smokler. Created from scrap metal and found materials.

Garden Railway: Morris Aboretum


Garden Railway Display features models of historic buildings that played a part in the Revolutionary War in and around Philadelphia 225 years ago.

Posters/Posters/Posters: Arthur Ross Gallery



Off the Wall: Current Work by Robinson Fredenthal
Kroiz Gallery, Architectural Archives




Photographic Explorations:
A Century of Images in Archaeology and Anthropology
, University Museum

Photo: James B. Pritchard, 1958.
James B. Pritchard excavated the site of Gibeon in modern-day Jordan, a site mentioned a number of times in the Bible. Pictured here is the spectacular pool of Gibeon.


Photo: Jane Goodale, 1954.
The Tiwi are an Australian Aboriginal group living on Melville Island. Jane Goodale, then a graduate student in Penn's Anthropology Department, spent most of 1954 living among them.


Photo: George F. Dales, 1969.
George F. Dales surveyed the Seistan region (pictured above) of southwestern Afghanistan in search of evidence of contact between the Indus and Mesopotamian civilizations.


Photo by John Henry Haynes, 1899.
Workers carry away baskets full of dirt in a stark, surreal landscape at Nippur in Iraq, 1899.

Morris Arboretum: Closely Observed,
Photos by Andrea Baldeck


Almanac, Vol. 49, No. 2, September 3, 2002


September 3, 2002
Volume 49 Number 2

Penn alumna Sadie Alexander's name will live on at the newly named preK-8 school.
Welcome Back: Messages From the President and From the Senate Chair.
Penn and Trammell Crow have terminated the arrangements they had for management and other services.
The Pottruck Health and Fitness Center opens with tours of the state-of-the-art recreation facility.
ISC unveils a new authentication system for better computer security--out with the PennNet IDs and in with the PennKeys.
Penn has lost eight members of the Penn community over the summer.
The Report of the Working Group on Human Subjects Research in the SocioBehavioral Sciences.
The updated, revised Three-Year Academic Calendar lets you look ahead to 2004-2005.
The Undergraduate Admissions seminars for Penn faculty and staff families are this week--the first one is at 5:15 p.m. today.
The September AT PENN calendar includes a list of the special 9/11 commemorative events that span from morning until evening across the campus.