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Salt and Silver: Early Photography, Opens Nov. 10

Linnaeus Tripe, Puthu Mundapum, View of the Nave. Trimul Naik’s choultry, 1858, salted paper print from glass plate negative, courtesy of the Wilson Centre for Photography

This exhibition offers a singular opportunity to see the rarest and best early salt print photographs in the world.

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75th Scripps College Ceramic Annual

Paul Soldner, Wall Piece, 1982, 4 1/4 x 18 x 31 in., Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marer, Scripps College, Claremont, CA

For its 75th anniversary, the Ceramic Annual exhibition will feature the best of the collection.

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At the Clark: Michael Childers – Portraits of Artists

Michael Childers, Andy Warhol Closeup, 1976, gelatin silver print, 14 x 11 in., Scripps College Andy Warhol, Clint Eastwood, Ray Bradbury, Mae West–the upcoming exhibit, Actors, Artists, and Authors: The Portraits of Michael Childers, at Scripps College showcases works by the photographer of the creative elite. Combining pieces from the Scripps College collection and works […]

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Noh at the Claremont Colleges

Scripps and Pomona Colleges celebrate Noh theater this fall, with exhibitions, lectures, and the world premier of a concert.

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World Bridge Lecture, March 24: 19 c. Japanese Artists’ Gardens

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Intriguing presentations on Asian art collections in America are the focus of these lectures.

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LACMA So Far: A Talk with Art Writer Suzanne Muchnic

November 18, 2015 Malott Commons, Hampton Room, Scripps College 1:00 p.m. with a book signing at 12:45. Tea and dessert follow the talk. In LACMA So Far, Suzanne Muchnic draws on decades of experience as a Los Angeles Times arts writer to relate the complicated story of how LACMA emerged as the largest art museum […]

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The Tea House as a Living Museum

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Arbor of Pure Breeze: The Tea House as a Living Museum The Williamson Gallery continues its exciting selection of year-long presentations on the Scripps College campus. Free of charge and open to the public, this presentation is an invitation to spend some time in a different world. Robert Hori Urasenke Tea Ceremony Organization, Huntington Gardens […]

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More Ideas about Art: Winter and Spring Talks Hosted by the Williamson

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Intriguing presentations, on a variety topics, await you!

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Gold on Black: Japanese Lacquer

Gold on Black: Japanese Lacquer of the Edo and Meiji Eras The Williamson Gallery continues its exciting selection of year-long presentations on the Scripps College campus. Free of charge and open to the public, this presentation is an invitation to spend some time in a different world. March 2, 2015 Hollis Goodall, Curator of Japanese […]

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Color in Ancient and Medieval East Asia

Color in Ancient and Medieval East Asia The Williamson Gallery continues its exciting selection of year-long presentations with a late-February lecture on the Scripps College campus. Free of charge and open to the public, this presentation is an invitation to spend some time in a different world. February 23, 2015 Dr. Mary Dusenbury, independent scholar […]

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