Blogs with tag: exhibitions

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Blogs with tag: exhibitions

March 26, 2014

Lois Conner began her photographic explorations of China with a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1984. Since then, she has returned annually, traveling extensively and using her 7 x 17 banquet camera to describe the landscape, architecture, and people. Beijing: Contemporary and Imperial: Photographs by Lois Conner focuses on her work in the city over the past thirty years. Before the opening on Sunday, March 30, we caught up with Conner for the stories behind a few of the photographs from the exhibition

January 4, 2012

As a museum visitor, have you ever wondered if your views are used in the process of developing programming? How exactly does the museum know what the community wants to learn and see?

May 3, 2011

Gleaned from a prized and relatively unknown group of objects in the museum’s wide-ranging Asian collection, this exhibition of Kalighat paintings will allow visitors an opportunity to view these rarely displayed Indian paintings, considered to be the beginning of modernism in Indian art.

March 22, 2011

Seunghye Sun, associate curator of Japanese and Korean art, shares a work from our collection.

December 6, 2010

By Jim Engelmann
Exhibition Designer

November 30, 2010

Holiday season is in the air. Ready to start your year-end shopping? Check the exhibition boutique, the museum store—online or in person—to find creative and educational gift ideas for all ages.

November 18, 2010

The exhibition, Kim Beom: Objects Being Taught They Are Nothing But Tools , offers a sensitive critique of Kim Beom’s Korean heritage and

November 5, 2010

The Ingalls Library and Archives staff has organized a small display of photographs, letters, and newspaper clippings related to the museum’s acquisitions of objects from the world-renowned Guelph T

November 2, 2010

Treasures of Heaven: Saints, Relics and Devotion is on view until January 17, 2011 and the exhibition encourages many conversations about the connections between past and present, secular and sacred, east and west, myth and mystery, and art and science.

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