The grant will support the upcoming exhibition Enrique Bostelmann: Apertures andBorderscapes, bringing fresh perspectives and new scholarship surrounding the work of a Mexican photographer who has been under-recognized in the U.S.
The Myrin Library acquired two works for its Special Collections from the Annual Student Art Exhibition held at the Berman Museum in April of 2023 .
The museum also presents three other exhibitions through December 17 and a public opening reception for all the Berman’s current exhibitions will take place on Thursday, September 14, at 6 p.m.
Ella Scaelse, Susquehanna University ’24, spent her summer developing educational materials at the Berman Museum.
If you’ve never been to the Berman Museum of Art, here are a few highlights you should know about before you go.
Guest curator Ashley West shares her experience working behind the scenes on the Berman’s upcoming exhibition, Printmaking|Worldmaking.
The late artist’s impact on the museum’s history and permanent collection.
Learn more about Syd Carpenter, one of the Berman’s upcoming exhibiting artists.
The Berman Museum of Art rolls out the first phase of its collection digitization project.
A $4.1 million bequest from the late Henry “Hank” W. Pfeiffer ’48, H’08 includes $3.61 million for the Berman Museum of Art and $500,000 for the Innovation and Discovery Center.
The next steps to meet the need of the Philip and Muriel Berman Museum’s Outdoor Sculpture Collection.
Executive Director Lauren McCardel joins the hosts of Ursinus College’s J.A.M. with Us podcast to talk about student involvement at the Berman, art anxiety, and the interdisciplinary nature of the museum studies program at UC.
Michael Dela Dika’s exhibition featured in Ceramics Now.
The American Alliance of Museums (AAM), the only organization representing the entire scope of the museum community, recently selected a new cohort of museums to participate in its 2023 Museum Assessment Program, including the Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College.
Spring 2023 Opening Reception, from The Grizzly.
Panteras Negras and Safe Heaven share the lives and labor of immigrant Mexican women in intimate detail.
The Philadelphia Inquirer features the Berman’s exhibition Essential Work.
Take a look behind the scenes at the creation of the new exhibition, Shaping Rhapsody.
The Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College opens 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.
Rosie Simon’s internship at the Berman Museum in Summer 2022.
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.
Smithsonian Magazine named Andrea Modica’s Theatrum Equorum one of the best photography books of 2022, commending its craftmanship and vulnerability.
Donated by the class of 1921 to the then newly built Alumni Memorial Library, the clock is a reproduction of an iconic clock in London, England.
“It can be hard to have a sustained conversation with someone living with dementia,” says Dr. Chatterjee, “but their art not only encourages self-expression but can become a vehicle for conversation.”
Leading up to her event at The Print Center on October 11, Andrea Modica answers questions about her new book.