Architecture & Sustainable Design

Arts & Museum Exhibits

April 7, 2023 to April 16, 2023

The Gallery at Penn College

Architecture & Sustainable Design

Senior Capstone Projects

April 7 - 16th
The Gallery at Penn College
Williamsport, PA

Architecture & Sustainable Design features the projects of students’ architectural design work in their final year of study at Penn College. Each graduating senior was tasked with the design and development of a significant building in an urban setting. Students will present design process drawings, 3D models, and computer renderings depicting their comprehensive individual solutions.

The Penn College architecture programs have a long history and a strong reputation. Associate and bachelor’s degree graduates have gone on to pursue graduate studies at prestigious universities as well as attain employment in architecture, engineering, and construction companies across the US. These graduates are well-versed in sustainability, design, and technical knowledge and make significant contributions to the built environment and the field of architecture.






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Upcoming Arts & Museum Exhibits Events

Open Call to Artists - Please Participate

January 1, 2023 to April 19, 2023

IN-FILL PA exhibition will take place at multiple venues throughout the Central Susquehanna Valley in Pennsylvania during Spring 2023. IN-FILL PA seeks to engage residents, artists, designers, and firms to share their work to inspire dialogue to address empty/in-fill spaces in communities.

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Picturing the Floating World: Japanese Art and the Makings of Popular Culture

January 24, 2023 to May 14, 2023

Luminous lacquered cases, vibrantly colored prints, and intricately carved ivories reflect the inventive and yet subversive tastes of the rising urban class in early modern Japan. This exhibition explores the radically transformative power of popular culture both in the past and in our present worlds.

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Anna Kell: Sleep Numbers

February 16, 2023 to May 6, 2023

Interested in intersections of seemingly oppositional forces, artist Anna Kell typically explores how binarisms—nature/culture, male/female, trash/glamor—are reinforced by cultural imagery and narratives.

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