There exists a complex tangle of trajectories between art, culture and technology.
This comprehensive exhibition featured one of the Reading Public Museum’s greatest strengths – its collection of works by American Impressionists
It was a decade that began with the end of the Beatles and the introductions of All My Children and The Gremlin, survived the death of Elvis and the popularity of leisure suits and Charlie’s Angels, and continued through disco, the Walkman, and Space Invaders.
Akiko Sugiyama and Jean Yao are two of the most widely revered fiber artists in the state.
In the last ten years, perhaps no other exhibition has excited our community more than Innuendo Non Troppo: The Work of Gregory Barsamian.