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Close up of a quilt
Thursday, December 7, 2017

Keeping in Touch

Through December 10, 2017
Atrium Gallery, Marshall Fine Art Center

Featuring colorful cotton quilts and meticulous needlepoint canvases, Keeping in Touch: Shannon Murphy and Kathryn Bennett is a collaborative showing of works by Shannon Murphy BMC '14, Fine Art Department Assistant and her paternal great-grandmother Kathryn Bennett. Details »

Kathryn Bennett, Cathedral quilt, 1940’s, 52 x 72 inches.

Drawing of Penn and native Americans meeting under the Penn Treaty Elm
Monday, November 27, 2017

Where is the Penn Treaty Elm?

Through December 1, 2017
Magill Library Lobby

This exhibit—co-curated by Paul M. Farber and Eleanor Morgan ‘20 and featuring contributions from the students of the spring 2017 course "Public History"—explores the many potential answers to the question “Where is the Penn Treaty Elm?” Details »

John Boydell (1719-1804), William Penn's Treaty with the Indians, When He Founded the Province of Pennsylvania in North America 1681.

Opening reception of exhibit opening
Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Where is the Penn Treaty Elm?

Through December 1, 2017
Magill Library Lobby

This exhibit—co-curated by Paul M. Farber and Eleanor Morgan ‘20 and featuring contributions from the students of the spring 2017 course "Public History"—explores the many potential answers to the question “Where is the Penn Treaty Elm?” Details »

On October 10, Magill Library hosted the opening reception and curator talk for Where is the Penn Treaty Elm?  Photo: Wanyi Yang '20

Close up of a quilt
Thursday, November 9, 2017

Keeping in Touch

Through December 10, 2017
Atrium Gallery, Marshall Fine Art Center

Featuring colorful cotton quilts and meticulous needlepoint canvases, Keeping in Touch: Shannon Murphy and Kathryn Bennett is a collaborative showing of works by Shannon Murphy BMC '14, Fine Art Department Assistant and her paternal great-grandmother Kathryn Bennett. Details »

Kathryn Bennett, Cathedral quilt, 1940’s, 52 x 72 inches.

All Our Sorrows Heal
Wednesday, November 1, 2017

All Our Sorrows Heal

Reclaiming the Past at East End and Evergreen Cemeteries, Richmond and Henrico County, Virginia

Through December 15, 2017
Magill Library, Sharpless Gallery

The photographs in this exhibit by Brian Palmer and Erin Hollaway Palmer document the labor that uncovered more than 3,000 headstones at two historic African American cemeteries in Virginia that had effectively been abandoned for years. Details »

A volunteer works to clear brush at East End Cemetery. Photo: Brian Palmer.

Futureproof Exhibit logo and graphic
Thursday, October 26, 2017

Futureproof

Artist’s Talk & Opening Reception

Friday, October 27, 2017
Talk: 4:30 p.m., Reception: 5:30–7:30 p.m.
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

The artists in Futureproof engage with the many malleable interpretations of futureproofing, drawing from both the legacy of military and corporate scenario planning and the use of semi-fictionalized artifacts or archives as "proof," or evidence, of alternate timelines or futures yet to come. Details »

Futureproof runs through December 17, 2017 in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery and is supported by the the John B. Hurford ’60 Center for the Arts and Humanities.

Drawing of Penn and native Americans meeting under the Penn Treaty Elm
Monday, October 16, 2017

Where is the Penn Treaty Elm?

Through December 1, 2017
Magill Library Lobby

This exhibit—co-curated by Paul M. Farber and Eleanor Morgan ‘20 and featuring contributions from the students of the spring 2017 course "Public History"—explores the many potential answers to the question “Where is the Penn Treaty Elm?” Details »

John Boydell (1719-1804), William Penn's Treaty with the Indians, When He Founded the Province of Pennsylvania in North America 1681.

Grecian vase
Monday, September 25, 2017

Tales of Troy

Through October 30, 2017
Alcove Gallery, Magill Library

In collaboration with Associate Professor of Classics Bret Mulligan's Tales of Troy class, this exhibit features Greek vases and modern prints. Details »

Attic Black-figure Lekythos, Unknown Artist, ca. 515 BCE-510 BCE.

Inside of a cricket shed at Haverford College, 1901
Thursday, September 21, 2017

Photographers of the Real

John G. Bullock, Maxfield Parrish, and George, Mary, and William Vaux: Photographers of the Real

Through October 8, 2017
Atrium Gallery, Marshall Fine Arts Center

This exhibition brings together important photographs, manuscripts, and related works by five artists from the late 19th–early 20th century. Four of them attended Haverford, and all were birthright Quakers, born in Greater Philadelphia and nurtured by the city’s culture and traditions. Details »

Cricket Shed, Haverford College [1901], Platinum print on paper; 6 x 8 in. (15.24 x 20.32 cm), Gift, Trina Vaux McCauley, December 2013 / HC14-5213.

A child sits in a wicker chair with a brightly colored check mark covering its face
Saturday, September 9, 2017

Sadie Barnette DEAR 1968,…

Through October 13, 2017
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

In Dear 1968,… artist Sadie Barnette mines personal and political histories using family photographs, recent drawings, and selections from the 500-page file that the FBI amassed after her father joined the Black Panther Party in 1968. Details »

Detail from The Living Room, 2017Custom wall vinyl, installation dimensions variable. © Sadie Barnette. Courtesy of the artist.

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