UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa -- The Palmer Museum of Art at Penn State invites everyone to stop by the museum this semester to explore the current exhibitions on view and participate in these engaging conversations led by museum curators and guest speakers. All talks begin at 12:10 p.m.
"You Have to See This: Abstract Art from the Permanent Collection"Friday, Sept. 18Sarah K. Rich, associate professor of art history
"Mining the Store II"Friday, Sept. 25Patrick McGrady, Charles V. Hallman Curator
"Archipenko: A Modern Legacy"Friday, Oct. 9Maria Elena Versari, visiting professor of art, Carnegie Mellon University"You Have to See This: Abstract Art from the Permanent Collection"Friday, Oct. 23Theresa Cunningham, Karly Etz, and Keri Mongelluzzo, graduate students in art history
"Here and Queer: LGBT Artists in the Collection of the Palmer Museum of Art" in celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of Penn State’s Commission on LGBT EquityFriday, Oct. 30Dana Carlisle Kletchka, curator of education
Curator’s Choice"Abstract Thinking: Esphyr Slobodkina and Ilya Bolotowsky"Friday, Nov. 13Joyce Robinson, curator
"1917 Revolution in the Arts: Burliuk, Stravinsky, and Archipenko"Friday, Dec. 4Maureen Carr, distinguished professor of music
Exhibitions on view at the Palmer Museum of Art this fall are "Mining the Store II: American Drawings and Watercolors from the Permanent Collection," which runs Aug. 25 through Dec. 13, "You Have to See This: Abstract Art from the Permanent Collection," which runs Sept. 1 through Dec. 6, and "Archipenko: A Modern Legacy," which runs Sept. 22 through Dec. 13.
"Archipenko: A Modern Legacy" was organized by International Arts & Artists of Washington, D.C., in collaboration with the Archipenko Foundation.