Lydia Ricci, It’s Not Really Helping, 2022. Assorted found materials Courtesy of the artist. 
January 11

Berman Museum of Art Opens Spring Season with Four New Exhibitions

The Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College will open four unique exhibitions this spring: Essential Work; Lydia Ricci: Some Things Last a Long Time; Michael Dela Dika: Shaping Rhapsody; and José Ortiz-Pagan: Umbral.


Stock image of woman doing yoga 
February 7 | 5:30pm

Yoga at the Berman

Hatha Yoga with Cheryl Mann & Alysha Musser in the Berman galleries. Open to all levels.
Lydia Ricci’s on-site studio for her 2023 exhibition Some Things Last a Long Time. 
February 9 | 11:00am - 4:00pm

Lydia Ricci, Studio Hours

Come see how Lydia Ricci makes her miniature and monumental masterpieces.


Dika in a group photo with the students of Curatorial Practices Seminar 2022.

Museum Studies Capstone: Curation

This year, a cohort of Museum Studies students are collaborating with Michael Dela Dika, a ceramic sculptor and educator, on an exhibition for their Curatorial Practices Seminar, the capstone experience of the Museum Studies minor. The exhibition, entitled Shaping Rhapsody, will open at the Berman Museum on January 20, 2023.Read More