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"“To see a community is to see not just the challenges and despair, but also the hope, healing, and support.”"

-To See A Community, by Julia Verbrugge

 This Place is Not a Place of Honor
by Marian Glebes

 This Place is Not a Place of Honor
by Marian Glebes

We're so excited you're here!

Planning discourse has never been more critical as we contend with global challenges of climate change, refugee crises, growing cities, and shrinking landscapes. Panorama seeks to grapple with some of these questions through the intersectional lens of planning, design, policy, and development.

We are excited to begin working on the 31st edition of curated student work from the Department of City and Regional Planning at the University of Pennsylvania’s Weitzman School of Design. 

In solidarity,

The Panorama 2023 editorial team→

Submit your work to Panorama 2023!

Submissons are open on a rolling basis until January 20th, 2023. We accept work at all levels of fidelity - our editors are looking forward to work with you on pieces that are selected. We are urbanism-focused and genre-curious, and hoping to recieve essays, poetry, short fiction, photo series, op-eds, web apps, and anything else you are proud of. For examples of past Panorama work, keep scrolling! 

Submissons are open on a rolling basis until January 20th, 2023. We accept work at all levels of fidelity - our editors are looking forward to work with you on pieces that are selected. We are urbanism-focused and genre-curious, and hoping to recieve essays, poetry, short fiction, photo series, op-eds, web apps, and anything else you are proud of. For examples of past Panorama work, keep scrolling! 

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Questions? Comments? Concerns? Get in touch with us at pennpanorama@gmail.com

PANORAMA 2022

A short selection from the manifold offerings that make up this years edition →

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