Past Exhibitions

Anna_Waldsteub_Torres student faces with rainbow colorsSpring 2024 Exhibitions

Spring semester 2024 focused on the material culture and art of the Lancaster region, reinterpreting landscapes, and exhibiting F&M students’ creative outlets. Exhibitions included: Ingrained: Celebrating Pennsylvania’s Cultural Heritage; Hello Niccoco: The Illustrative Work of Nicole Duquette; Stass Shpanin: Portals; Personal Perspective: Landscapes and the Power of Place; and Spectra: Exploring Neurodiverse Art at F&M.

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Fall 2023 Exhibitions

Our Fall 2023 rotation of exhibitions explored the ways in which the ideas nature and place inspire artists. Exhibitions included Sayaka Ganz: Reclaimed Creations; In Search of Meaning: Memory Becomes Us; TREMOR: Reflections on the Nature of Parkinson’s; and Coming Storms: Artwork by R Scott Wright. Color, Symbols, and Texture: The Artwork of Bill Hutson was extended from spring 2023. 

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Hutson All Day Long

Spring 2023 Exhibitions

Spring 2023 exhibitions included Color, Symbols, and Texture: The Artwork of Bill Hutson; Nissley Gallery, Regional Selections; Blue Muse: Timothy Duffy's Southern Photographs; Welcome to the Neighborhood: Lancaster Public Art Community Engagement Artists; and Intuitive: Self-Taught Artists from the John Ground Collection.

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Cuban Eyes photographFall 2022 Exhibitions

Fall exhibitions included collection highlights in the Nissley Gallery; Local Artist Spotlight: Padmini Mongia; The Light in Cuban Eyes: Selections From The Madeleine P. Plonsker Collection; and Resurgence: The F&M Art, Art History, and Film Department Biennial.

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Macko_KnapweedSpring 2022 Exhibitions

Exhibitions included selections from the permanent collection in the Nissley Gallery; Local Artist Spotlight: Angie Hohendadel; The Fragile Bee by Nancy Macko; Rachel Rose's film installation entitled Lake Valley, and Slow Burn, an exhibition of sculpture and drawings by F&M assistant profressor of art, Sandra Eula Lee.  Through Our Eyes, a capstone exhibition of student artwork appeared in the Winter Visual Arts Center. 

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Magnum photography exhibit image. Fall 2021 Exhibitions

Exhibitions included selections from the permanent collection in the Nissley Gallery; Local Artist Spotlight: Jerome Wright; Kathleen Elliot: Questionable Foods; Magnum Photographers: Capturing Moments; and Artful Nature: Fashion & Theatricality, 1770-1830.  The Vivan Springford exhibition appeared in the Winter Visual Arts Center. 

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entry view of museumSpring 2021 Exhibitions

In spring 2021 the Phillips Museum of Art hosted the exhibition Francie Lyshak: Mysterious Visions and featured diverse works from its permanent collection. Disconnected: Capstone Exhibition displayed F&M student artwork in the Winter Visual Arts Center.

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Finding Freedom installationSpring 2020 Exhibitions

Spring 2020 exhibitions featured selections from the permanent collection in the refreshed Nissley Gallery along with pieces lent by Art Bridges.  Exhibitons also included Finding Freedom, an Underground Railroad inspired installation by Sonya Clark; What a Wonderful World, four artists' focus on the environment; and Containing the Muse: Artists' Books as Expression & Form, a collaboration with the Franklin & Marshall College Library. 

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quiltFall 2019 Exhibitions

In fall 2019 the Phillips Museum of Art focused on its own textile collection and art created by F&M alumnae, faculty, and staff. Exhibitions included Stitched Stories: Women’s Narratives in Regional Textiles; 50 Years: A Celebration of F&M’s Alumnae Artists; and Fresh! The F&M Art & Art History Department Biennial.

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