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A survey of works by noted Pennsylvania folk artist and antiques dealer David Ellinger (1913–2003) curated by Lisa Minardi.
These two site-specific wallpapers by resident artist Polly Apfelbaum were originally part of her exhibition "For the Love of Una Hale". Their presentation in the University Commons has been extended past the April 17 closing of Apfelbaum's work in the Spruance Gallery courtesy the artist.
Major support for the project has been provided by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage with additional support from Creative Capital.
The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage is a multidisciplinary grantmaker and hub for knowledge-sharing, funded by The Pew Charitable Trusts, dedicated to fostering a vibrant cultural community in Greater Philadelphia. The Center invests in ambitious, imaginative, and catalytic work that showcases the region’s cultural vitality and enhances public life, and engages in an exchange of ideas concerning artistic and interpretive practice with a broad network of cultural practitioners and leaders.
Arcadia Exhibitions is pleased to present “Student Biennial 2022”, opening February 21, 2022. This exhibition is the ninth in a series at Arcadia featuring works by current students juried by an esteemed visiting arts professional.
This year’s juror is Kajette Solomon ‘06, the Social Equity and Inclusion (SEI) Program Specialist at RISD Museum, (The Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design), Providence, Rhode Island, and the New England Regional Director on the board of the American Association of Museum Volunteers (AAMV). Solomon is the first Arcadia alum invited to jury the exhibition.
New this year, the 49 works selected by Solomon and created by 32 students will be presented in locations on all three floors of the Landman Library, including the Judith Taylor Gallery.
At this time, Arcadia University is not requiring, but welcoming the wearing of masks in indoor spaces. Please visit https://gallery.arcadia.edu prior to your visit to check on any updates to Arcadia's on-campus public health requirements.
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The staff of Arcadia Exhibitions is saddened to hear of the passing of Zina Davis, who in 1979 became Beaver College's first official gallery director.
For information on her life and career we provide the following links:
The Richard E. Fuller Gallery (1962–85): A History of Arcadia University's First Exhibition Space
April 20–October 11, 2015
Great Room Lobby
Coordinates: Drawings and Prints Marking Five Exhibitions at Beaver College (1977-84)
April 8–21, 2015
Arcadia University Art Gallery
Threading the Maze
August 27–October 18, 2015
Arcadia University Art Gallery