With this installation, visitors are challenged to locate “hidden” works of art the Susquehanna Art Museum. You may not realize something is a work of art until you read the label. Even then, is it?
Circle of Truth: 49 Paintings Ending with Ed Ruscha is the visual equivalent of the childhood game in which a message is whispered in the ear of a first person, then relayed to a second person, a third, and so on.
Meanderings features a collection of collagraphic prints by artist Valerie Dillon. With these pieces, the artist illustrates her journey of shifting between known and unknown spaces.
Mobility and Movement traces Isabel Bishop’s career exclusively through her printmaking. It also illustrates the customs and terminology of print editions.
The Susquehanna Art Museum offers kids ages 4-7 years old an opportunity to explore concepts, techniques, artists and ideas!
Young artist camp is a workshop for students ages 8-12 years old. Each session provides our growing artists unique opportunities to explore the current exhibitions and try new techniques, or experiment with traditional and new materials.
Artists Sandi Neiman Lovitz and Autumn C. Wright utilize gesture, shape, pattern, and spontaneity to create the abstract compositions featured in Unpredictable Nature.
Tradition Interrupted explores how artists weave contemporary ideas with traditional art and craft to create thought-provoking hybrid images and objects that have caught the world’s attention.
In printmaking series, artists in the Renaissance and Baroque era often depicted stories of the seasons, elements, planets, virtues, and vices. Four Seasons and Seven Vices introduces this approach to printmaking, highlighting why it found favor during this time.