Platt House Inclusivity Campaign

Our Hub for Intentional Artmaking at Penn

Performing Arts Peer Review,

or PAPR, is a dialogue and feedback system to help Penn’s performing arts groups align their work with their values and intentions. We are looking for students interested in equity and representation to participate as Peer Reviewers this spring. Our application is easy – just tell us your name and email, and you’re halfway there! Apply to be a Peer Reviewer

How did it start?

PAPR is born from the collaborative imagining of our Platt House Think Tank, an open student assembly supported by Platt House staff. In our meetings, we brainstorm equity initatives to support the ever-changing needs and interests of our student performing arts community.

Who is it by?

Student Reviewers: We’re building our Peer Review Committee around a core group of students who are interested in equity and representation in the arts.

Who is it for?

Student Groups: Any student group that wishes to benefit from outside perspectives on their work. We welcome artitsts of all fields into our dialogue.

How does it work?

Check out our infographic slides about the process of envisioning, planning, and implementing a Peer Review Process.

Peer Review Timeline


Coming soon: Peer Review Notes

Stay tuned for our new training modules, guidelines, and notes for peer reviewers.