Exhibitions

2013-2014 Exhibitions

August 23 through October 19
From the Studio: The World of Norman Rubington, an exhibition of the visual and literary works of the expatriate artist and author. Selected paintings in the exhibition will offer a cross-section of Rubington's varied output, including nude figures, cityscapes, still lifes and work that shows his humor and exuberance with form and color. In addition, artifacts on display will include editions of his books, literary magazines, letters, video of Rubington at work and paraphernalia from his years in the studio.

Visit www.normanrubingtonfromthestudio.com or www.normanrubington.com. The Rubington estate is managed by executor Ann May Greene of Wyncote, Pennsylvania.

November 9 through December 14, 2013
Picture Man: Photographs by Milton Rogovin, organized by the Rogovin family and Syracuse Cultural Workers Art in the Detail: Twentieth Century Masters of Photography, organized by Syracuse University.
Open House: November 21, 4-6 p.m.

January 25 through March 1 2014
Juried Student Art Exhibition
Open House: January 29, 4:30-6:30 p.m.

March 18 through May 17, 2014
Philadelphia Water Color Society 2014 Members Exhibition of Works on Paper Awards
Reception: Saturday, April 5, 2-4 p.m.
For information about the Philadelphia Water Color Society, go to: www.pwcsociety.org

(The Art Gallery will be closed April 18 & 19.)

2012-2013 Exhibitions

August 21 through October 20, 2012
Along the Eastern Road: Hiroshige's Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido
Organized by the Reading Public Museum, Reading, Pennsylvania
A selection of Japanese objects from the Alfred O. Deshong Collection of Widener University will be included.

November 7 through December 15, 2012
Two Visions of Tranquility: Paintings by Barbara J. Zucker and Richard E. Goldberg
Reception: Saturday, November 10, 1-4 p.m.
At 1:00 p.m. in Room C before the reception: "Chaos and Tranquility," a discussion of elements required for structural balance in both paintings and brains, with the Brain Injury Association of Delaware (BIAD). Featuring speakers Neurosurgeon James Mills, Executive Director Esther Hofknecht Curtis, and Art Club Program Designer/Editor Tracey Landmann.

January 23 through March 2, 2013
Juried Faculty, Staff & Student Photography Exhibition
Open House: Wednesday, January 23, 5-7 p.m.

April 3 through June 22, 2013
Philadelphia/Tri State Artists Equity 64th Anniversary Members Juried Exhibition
Reception: Saturday, April 6

2011/2012 Exhibitions

August 30 thru October 15, 2011
Art for Justice: Incarcerated Artists' Creations from Within
Reception: Thursday, September 15, 2011, 4-7;
Spoken Word Presentation at 5 p.m. featuring readings by Cameron Holmes, Gerry Givnish, Ivan Serrano, and Ann Marie Kirk; Saxophone solo by Dennis Crosson. All statements and poetry were written by the incarcerated artists.

November 1 thru December 10, 2011
Handmade Wonders: African Pottery from the David and Karina Rilling Collection
Researched, organized and curated by John Thomas, Class of 2012 (Senior Project)
Reception: Wednesday, November 9, 5:30-7:30 p.m.; 6 p.m. performance by noted dancer and choreographer, Anssumane Sillá, of works based on his Guinea Bissau heritage.

November 1 thru December 10, 2011

Valetta: Retrospective 1990-2010
Reception: Saturday, November 5, 1-3
Artist's Talk: Thursday, November 10, noon (University Center, Room C)

January 24 thru March 17, 2012
Juried Student Art Exhibition
Reception: Wednesday, February 1, 4:30-6:30 p.m.

April 10 thru May 12, 2012
RMS Titanic: 100 Years
An exhibition commemorating the centennial anniversary of the foundering of the RMS Titanic on her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York, 14 April 1912.  The exhibition is produced and curated by Dr. J. Joseph Edgette.
Reception: Saturday, April 14, 2-4 p.m.

June 14, 2010 through August 4, 2011
Selections from the Permanent Collections will be highlighted.

Chester River Looking East, 1875 Louise Deshong Woodbridge (American 1848-1925)
Chester River Looking East, 1875
Louise Deshong Woodbridge (American 1848-1925)