Guided tours of the Susquehanna Art Museum open to ALL Penn State Hershey Medical Center faculty, staff, and students plus-one.
Provided by The Doctors Kienle Center for Humanistic Medicine.
Curated exhibition of Regional Art Inspired by Music
September 2, 2020 • 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
This new exhibition, curated by the Susquehanna Art Museum, will feature more than 30 works by a variety of Modernist artists from around the world, drawn from museum and private collections across the United States. The exhibition will present a view of the development of the Modernist aesthetic and how artists around the world broke from long-standing artistic traditions.
Curated exhibition of post-WWII artworks
October 14, 2020 • November 11, 2020 • December 2, 2020 • January 13, 2021
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
During the early to mid-20th century, Marc Chagall and other artists rejected the realism favored by their predecessors and experimented with new subjects, techniques, and media to portray the world as they saw it. The half-century movement toward abstraction came to be known as Modernism.
Making your Mark
February 24, 2021 • March 10, 2021 • April 14, 2021 • May 12, 2021
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Prints and Drawings from the Hechinger Collection presents 50 works on paper,including drawings, intaglio, planographics, photographs, screen prints, and reliefs. Exploring the intricacies of each medium, this exhibition highlights the rich variety of materials and methods used when making a print or drawing. Artists have nearly an infinite choice of media and techniques–charcoal vs. graphite, soft pastel vs. oil pastel, etching vs. engraving, drypoint and aquatint, to name a few–all of which can be adapted and manipulated to execute the artist’s vision.
Some of the most influential artists of the twentieth century are featured in Making Your Mark, including Berenice Abbott, Jim Dine, Richard Estes, Walker Evans, Howard Finster, Ke Francis, Jacob Lawrence, Hans Namuth, Claes Oldenburg, James Rosenquist, Lucas Samaras, Aaron Siskind, and Wayne Thiebaud. Each of the techniques showcased in the exhibition articulates the creative processes and various effects the artist can achieve.
Join us for a guided tour of this exhibition
To register email Tasha Cochran:email@example.com
From the Susquehanna Art Museum:
Masks will be worn by all and at all times. Staff and volunteers will follow strict hand-washing procedures with temperatures taken each time they enter the building. Staff will sanitize high-touch public and back of house areas to include door handles, elevator buttons, restroom equipment, and stair railings on a regular basis throughout each day. The Museum has always had a weekly professional cleaning and will continue with that on a weekly basis.