The artist behind The Nemesis Machine and Velocity discusses the conception of his work, the reasoning behind the artworks, and the real-time data they are filtering.
Amie Esslinger, Expanding Inward exhibition artist, will speak about how the world of microbiology inspires her artwork alongside Bucknell University Professor of Biology Marie C. Pizzorno, who will explain the science behind how cells and viruses function within our bodies. A reception will follow next door at the Samek’s Downtown Gallery.
Doreen Bolger, retired Director of the Baltimore Museum of Art, Bridgette Mayer, Philadelphia gallery owner, and Le’Andra LeSeur, multimedia artist, are Bucknell University Alumni working in the art world. Join us for this panel discussion as they share their unique perspectives and address current issues in art in conversation with Samek director Richard Rinehart.
Guest Curator Lisa Freiman gives a walkthrough of the exhibition Vaughn Spann: Lineage that was on exhibition at the Samek Art Museum’s Campus Gallery in the Fall of 2021.
Artist Howard Tran discusses his experience as a Chinese Vietnamese American immigrant, his art process, and the stories behind his work with Tiffany Demmon, the Samek Art Museum’s Public Programs and Outreach Manager.
Zoom Artist Talk: Santina Amato in Conversation with Lisa Freiman, Ph.D. on the occasion of Amato’s exhibition Santina Amato: Convulsive Beauty, Wednesday, April 21, 2021, @ 7 p.m.
Graduating seniors and studio assistants install their senior art exhibition at the Samek Art Museum. Watch as they discuss their artworks, artistic methods, and the challenges of creating art during a global pandemic.
Artist and Bucknell alum Le’Andra LeSeur gives a virtual walkthrough of her exhibition Le’Andra LeSeur: In Reverence, as she provides insight into her artworks, background, and experiences.
Former Acting Director of the Samek Art Museum and Samuel H. Kress Professor of Art History Emeritus for over 40 years at Bucknell University, James Turnure, and Bucknell alum Julia Carita explore Turnure’s recent donation to the Samek Art Museum of his Greek, Roman, and Egyptian antiquities, his 40-year tenure at Bucknell, and his love of art history.
Bucknell Professor of Art History Roger Rothman interviews contemporary painter Neil Anderson about taking inspiration from nature, his 41-year tenure as a Bucknell University art professor before retiring in 1999, and his latest exhibition Earth Songs, at the Samek Art Museum’s Downtown Gallery. Neil Anderson has exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Tiffany Demmon, Public Programs & Outreach Manager, interviews Sandra Cook, CRNP, about Opioid Use Disorder. This event is in conjunction with the exhibition Learning From Naloxone by artist Adam DelMarcelle currently at our Downtown Gallery.
Learning From Naloxone artist Adam DelMarcelle and retired psychotherapist of people with a substance use disorder, Ed Baker discuss the stigma surrounding addiction, the War on Drugs, and how language can heal communities.
Richard Rinehart, Director of the Samek Art Museum, Tulu Bayar, Professor of Art and Chair of Art and Art History, and Ekard Artist in Residence Elyla (Fredman Barahona) review the turbulent year-long residency at Bucknell University. Examine how Elyla’s Nicaraguan and queer background influenced their decision to come to Pennsylvania, their life in Lewisburg, and their upcoming international exhibition.
More than 100 people die every day in the United States due to an opioid overdose. Motivated into action by a tragic loss, Adam DelMarcelle of Lebanon, PA, devotes his artistic practice to confronting the opioid crisis. Richard Rinehart, Director of the Samek Art Museum, interviews Adam about his experiences, his creative calling, and his exhibition Learning From Naloxone at the Samek Art Museum’s Downtown Gallery.
Richard Rinehart, Director of the Samek Art Museum, interviews artist Adam DelMarcelle about his exhibition Learning From Naloxone at our Downtown Gallery.
Motivated into action by a tragic loss, Adam of Lebanon, PA, devotes his artistic practice to confronting the opioid crisis.