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The Art, Architecture and Design Philly Trip

Posted by Ben Cohen, 5th year Senior in Civil Engineering and Architecture (Arts Engineering)

This past Saturday, the Art, Architecture and Design Club made its way to Philadelphia for its annual art and architecture tour of the city. We began at the Philadelphia museum of art, checking out French sculptor/painter/filmmaker Fernand Léger. After a few hours of meandering around inside, we decided to make our way to the Rodin Museum to see what that was all about. By this time our troop was getting a bit peckish, so it was off to Redding Terminal Market and China Town for a feast of grilled cheese sandwiches, sushi, and dim sum. Finally we ended up at an old school coffee house where we enjoyed a few pour-over coffees before our trek back home.

Group shot before checking out the Fernand Léger exhibit

Group shot before checking out the Fernand Léger exhibitTaking turns riding the Philly bull across the street from the philadelphia museum of art

Taking turns riding the Philly bull across the street from the philadelphia museum of art
Our attempt at a group "thinking man" pose

Our attempt at a group “thinking man” pose

Posing next to a Picasso

Posing next to a Picasso

Finally saw Duchamp's urinal in real life, proof everything is art

Finally saw Duchamp’s urinal in real life, proof everything is art

Our club getting a tad bit meta, with a random observer taking a photo of each of our club mates taking a photo of me taking a photo of Hannah

Our club getting a tad bit meta, with a random observer taking a photo of each of our club mates taking a photo of me taking a photo of Hannah

Our fifth and final attempt at a picture of the group in front of the China Town sign in the middle of the road with impossibly short red lights.

Our fifth and final attempt at a picture of the group in front of the China Town sign in the middle of the road with impossibly short red lights.

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