Jack Meyer, a sophomore American Studies major and Art History minor, revisits a Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition from his youth, and helps us understand why photographer Diane Arbus’ work is so powerful in his essay on The Huffington Post.
A powerful photography exhibition telling the stories of recent American veterans opened at the Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College in the Upper Gallery: Jennifer Karady’s In Country: Soldiers’ Stories from Iraq and Afghanistan. A talk by the artist and an opening reception are set for Feb. 13. Read More
A new exhibition and several public programs at the Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College explore the impact of African coiled basket-making on aspects of economic development in the American South, as well as the present-day environmental and sociological threats to the communities who create this art form. Read More
The National Sculpture Society November/December News Bulletin features acclaimed sculptor George Anthonisen, whose work is permanently installed on the Berman Foundation SculptureTerrace, part of the Henry W. 1948 and June Pfeiffer Wing at the Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art. Read More
New Museum Director Charles Stainback was welcomed in the media by the Philadlephia Business Journal, the Philadelphia Inquirer Fine Arts facebook page, local newspapers and some Museum newsletters, such as the online Art Daily.
The Berman Museum workshops scheduled for Nov. 3 and 4 have been canceled due to storm aftermath issues. Read More
The Art & Art History Department welcomes Robert Wittman as the final speaker in a lecture series on Interdisciplinary Careers in the Creative Arts on Nov. 1 at 5 p.m. in Pfahler auditorium. Read More
Don Camp, retired Ursinus photography professor, has launched a new exhibit of
photos, “Earth and Milk,” in Philadelphia. Read More
Congratulations to Assistant Professor of Art History Deborah Barkun. Read More