The Maslow Study Gallery for Contemporary Art

The Maslow Study Gallery is a learning laboratory, providing fieldwork experiences, internships, and opportunities in curatorial and exhibition studies to Marywood students. Works in The Maslow Collection are available for professional research and study, and many are loaned to regional and national exhibitions.

The Maslow Study Gallery for Contemporary Art is located on the first floor of the Shields Center for Visual Arts.

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CURRENT EXHIBIT:

Andy Warhol, "Pine Barrens Tree Frog" 1983, screenprint on museum board

THE MASLOW STUDY GALLERY FEATURES TEACHING EXHIBIT WITH ORIGINAL ARTWORK

Nothing can truly replace the experience of being in the same space as viewing original art, so a teaching exhibit in the Maslow Study Gallery at Marywood University, which runs through October 7, is displaying works selected from the Maslow Collection to provide such an experience.

Selected pieces include examples of modern photography, minimalism, pop art, and contemporary art created by featured artists Berenice Abbott, John Beerman, Ant Farm, Jasper Johns, Gary Lang, Wright Morris, Dorothea Rockburne, Frank Stella, and Andy Warhol.