Campus and the Nature Trail are closed to outside visitors.
To minimize the potential for vectoring and to support the health of the Haverford community and those with whom our community members interact, visitors to campus will be permitted on the Haverford College campus only as authorized guests. Download the Campus Access and Guest Policy (PDF)
September 22, 2020—November 13, 2020
Cantor Fitzgerald Art Gallery
Faced with time during the COVID-19 lockdown and a campus blossoming from winter to spring and spring to fall, Ying Li did what any artist would do and went to work, painting each day en plein air. The result captures the abstract beauty of Li’s creative output from March – August 2020.
September 28, 2020—December 18, 2020
Heritage South Reading Room, Lutnick Library
Explores issues related to U.S-Japanese relations in the post-World War II period through the eyes of Elizabeth Gray Vining. Vining was a Quaker educator and writer who served as the tutor to then-Crown Prince Akihito from 1946 to 1950. Curated by Ella Culton '23, the exhibit features materials from the Elizabeth Gray Vining papers held in Quaker & Special Collections.
October 19, 2020—February 5, 2021
Rebecca and Rick White Gallery, Lutnick Library
An exhibit curated by students in Erin Schoneveld’s Spring 2020 seminar Japanese Modernism Across Media, which examines the revolutionary transformation of Japanese artistic and exhibition practices from the late nineteenth century through the present day.