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Women for the Arts: Selections from The University of Scranton Permanent Collection

February 7 through March 14, 2014


Teed Landscape

Arthur Douglas Teed.  Untitled Landscape.  Oil on canvas.  1912.
Bequest of Anne Vanko Liva.  University of Scranton. Scranton, Pennsylvania.

As artists, patrons, and benefactors, women for the arts have consistently supported the programs and collections of The University of Scranton.  Among them have been painter and sculptor Hope Cumming Horn; musician Anne Vanko Liva; and gallery director Mary Liberatore. This exhibition of selected works from The University of Scranton Permanent Collection acknowledges and celebrates their lives, careers, and contributions.

Special Events:  February 7, 2014

Gallery Lecture

“Artists, Patrons, and Benefactors:  Women for the Arts at The University of Scranton”
Josephine Dunn, Ph.D
Professor of Art History, Art and Music Program, History Department, University of Scranton
Brennan Hall, Room 228, at the University of Scranton
5:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Public Reception

The Hope Horn Gallery
Hyland Hall, 4th Floor, at the University of Scranton
6:00 to 8:00 p.m.