Middlebury College Museum of Art

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College Museum Features Forty Years of Modern Art

June 7, 2007

On June 28 the Middlebury College Museum of Art will unveil an exhibition representative of its forty years of collecting contemporary art. It will be the first comprehensive showing of its modern collection since the museum moved to its current location in the college’s Center for the Arts in 1992.

College Contemporary Art Series Engages Transparency

December 21, 2006

Opening on Thurs. Jan. 25 at the Middlebury College Museum of Art, located in the College’s Center for the Arts, Rte. 30, is “Art Now: Transparency,” an exhibition that presents three-dimensional works by eight artists who engage transparent visual phenomena.

College Library Showcases American Visual Culture

January 19, 2007

“Searching for America,” an exhibition of American material culture, will be on view in the Harmon Periodicals Reading Area of the Middlebury College library through Mar. 25.

Treasures from Ancient Iraq Come to Middlebury

July 25, 2006

On Sept. 14 the Middlebury College Museum of Art will open “Treasures from the Royal Tombs of Ur,” the nationally celebrated traveling exhibition from the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.

College Contemporary Art Series Features Room-Scale Ink Drawing

August 21, 2006

On Tues., Sept. 5, the Middlebury College Museum of Art, located in the college’s Center for the Arts, Route 30, will open “Art Now: Dawn Clements,” the newest installment of its ongoing contemporary art series. “Travels with Myra Hudson,” a room-scale brush-and-ink drawing by New York artist Dawn Clements, will fill the entire Overbrook Gallery of the museum in this installation.