Erie Art Museum
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The Erie Art Museum features a schedule of 18 to 20 changing exhibitions annually. Embracing a wide range of subjects, both historical and contemporary, exhibitions encompass folk art, contemporary craft, multi-disciplinary installations, community-based work, and public art as well as traditional media. The Erie Art Museum is located at 411 State Street in Erie, PA 16501. Please see the Museum's website for hours and admission fees.
Google Book Searches conducted in 2008 and 2013 by Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) located the following brochures, catalogues and gallery guides published on paper in connection with the Museum and with a topic of American representational art. The list may not include all relevant publications. Titles are listed by date of publication, with most recent listed first. Information on publications may be in error or incomplete. Titles may be followed by links to related essays published by Resource Library. See Definitions for more information on finding brochures, catalogues and gallery guides using TFAO's website.
Thomas Paquette: Traversed Lands: September 18 - December 12, 2004, By Thomas Paquette, J.S. Published 2004 by Erie Art Museum. ISBN:0970928262. Related: Thomas Paquette: Traversed Lands; essay by John D. O'Hern (12/6/04)
Michael Brolly: Cradle to Cradle, By Michael Brolly. Published 2002 by Erie Art Museum. Woodwork. 43 pages .ISBN:0970928211. Catalog of an exhibition held at the Erie Art Museum (Erie, Penn.), Kendall School of Art & Design (Grand Rapids, Mich.), Open Space Galleries (Allentown, Penn.), and Ohio Craft Museum (Columbus, Ohio). Related: Enfant Terrible: The Work of Michael Brolly; essay by Glenn Adamson (7/15/02)
In the Spirit of the Ancestors: The Kappmeyer Collection of Native American Art, By John Krena, Allison Bird-Romero, Marcy Holquist. Published 1997 by Erie Art Museum. Indian art/ Southwest, New/ Exhibitions. 110 pages. ISBN:0961662360. Published in conjunction with an exhibition held at the Erie Art Museum, June 28-Sept. 28, 1997.
John Silk Deckard (1938-1994): Erie Art Museum, March 15-April 16, 1997. The Museum, 1997 -16 pages
Stand, Four Artists Interpret the Native American Experience: Rebecca ..., By Rebecca Belmore, Edgar Heap of Birds, Hulleah Tsinhnahjinnie, Bruce Gallery, Richard Ray (W.hitman), Kathe Kowalski. Published 1993 by Erie Art Museum. Indian Art. 20 pages. Catalog of an exhibition held at the Bruce Gallery, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Dec. 8-Jan. 29, 1994 and at Erie Art Museum, Dec. 11-Jan. 30, 1994.
Teco: Art Pottery of the Prairie School, By Sharon S. Darling, Richard Zakin. Published 1989 by Erie Art Museum. 191 pages. ISBN:0961662328
Chicago Works: Art from the Windy City, By Joyce Fernandes. Published 1989 by Erie Art Museum. 52 pages. ISBN:096166231X
Paper Thick: Forms and Images in Cast Paper: Exhibition, By Charles Hilger. John Vanco. Published 1988 by Erie Art Museum. Paper work. 31 pages. Exhibition held at Erie Art Museum, June 26-Aug. 7, 1988; Art Museum of Santa Cruz County, Oct. 8-Nov. 27, 1988; Hunter Museum of Art, Jan. 22- Mar. 12, 1989.
Frederick Hurten Rhead: An English Potter in America, By Sharon Dale. Published 1986 by Erie Art Museum. 135 pages .ISBN:0961662301
Clay National: An Exhibition of American Clay. Published 1985 by Erie Art Museum. 40 pages
The Roycroft Shops, 1894-1915, By Lynette I. Rhodes. Published 1975 by Erie Art Museum. 20 pages. ISBN:0961662387
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7/9/08 - Tammy Roche, Director, Marketing and Development, Erie Art Museum said that the Museum's schedule does not allow for Conversion of analog text to digital files and online publication of scholarly texts grant participations at this time.
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