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Penn State Behrend students Nicole Krahe and OIivia Narciso

Student projects support Erie arts organizations

Community engagement is a core component of our Arts Administration program, which launched in 2012.
Penn State Behrend students Nicole Krahe and Olivia Narciso

Nicole Krahe and Olivia Narciso

Nicole Krahe and Olivia Narciso earned degrees in Arts Administration from Penn State Erie, The Behrend College. Their capstone projects — a networking event and a pop-up exhibition — supported Erie artists and arts organizations.

Artists and others mingle at a meet-and-greet reception coordinated by Nicole Krahe, an arts administration major at Penn State Behrend.

Arts Administration capstone projects (Reception)

Artists and other members of Erie's arts organizations mingle during "The Art of Gathering," a reception organized by Nicole Krahe, an arts administration major at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College.

An artist paints at a program coordinated by a Penn State Behrend arts administration student.

Arts Administration capstone projects (Craft art)

Artists from Iraq, Korea and Ukraine offered craft-art demonstrations at an outreach program coordinated by Abagail Johnston, a senior in the arts administration program at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College.

People dance at a program coordinated by Penn State Behrend students.

Arts Administration Capstone Projects (dance)

Dancers learn salsa, rumba and traditional Indian dance steps at a program coordinated by Abagail Johnston, an arts administration major at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College.

Penn State Behrend student Laura Flockerzi

Arts Administration capstone projects (Scalise)

Laura Flockerzi, an arts administration major at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, coordinated a pop-up exhibit to support the Erie artist Todd Scalise.

Penn State Behrend students Nicole Krahe and OIivia Narciso

Nicole Krahe and Olivia Narciso

Nicole Krahe and Olivia Narciso earned degrees in Arts Administration from Penn State Erie, The Behrend College. Their capstone projects — a networking event and a pop-up exhibition — supported Erie artists and arts organizations.

Associate dean for research and graduate studies Ivor Knight

Penn State Behrend names associate dean for research and graduate studies

A former Great Lakes researcher who later built a 50-member R&D team for Canon U.S. Life Sciences and Canon Biomedical has been named associate dean for research and graduate studies at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College.

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