The Marywood University Art Department DISTINGUISHED VISITING ARTIST LECTURE SERIES presents a lecture by New York painter MELISSA MEYER on Wednesday, February 4 at 3:00 pm. This special event will take place in Multi-Media Room 160... read more
Featuring recent works, primarily works on paper and paintings, drawn from the Suraci Collection, Marywood University’s permanent collection of fine and decorative arts, and The Maslow Collection, the largest and most comprehensive collection of contemporary art in Northeastern Pennsylvania.... read more
Group exhibition features Nada Alsharyoufi (MFA ceramics), Gina Rose Barone (MFA sculpture), Ehab Kamal Mogheeth (MA ceramics), Stephen Roberts (MFA painting), and Melissa Wollmering (MFA printmaking).
Artists' reception: December 6, 5–7 PMread more
The “Golden Age” of American illustration (1890s–1950s) was a period of unsurpassed excellence in print illustration. Advances in technology allowed books, magazines, and newspapers to be printed quickly and inexpensively, and with the proliferation of printed material, publications... read more
The selection of works for this installation from The Maslow Collection provides a basis for discussion for the students in Rob McKirdie's 2D and 3D Design classes this semester.
Three artists in particular from The Maslow Collection are primarily known as sculptors, while they also generate... read more
FLIGHT of FANCY
Photographic Imagery of Reality in Imaginary Worlds by Chala Jan
Chala Janpraphasakul’s body of photography work focuses on her story–telling qualities and the visual dynamic essence that she invokes in a viewer’s perception... read more
The Maslow Collection provides a significant resource for Dr. Linda Partridge’s graduate Art Criticism course. The students select one artist and work from a range of works in The Maslow Collection to research, focusing on the critical discussion of the work and artist that can be found in journals... read more
Illustrators vary greatly in how they solve problems of storytelling, each striving to create attention-grabbing and memorable imagery.
In 2012 many of the top image-makers in the business were invited to contribute one piece to a traveling show that would – fittingly – illustrate... read more
Marywood University Art Galleries
|Shields Center for Visual Arts
2300 Adams Avenue
Scranton, PA 18509-1598