Scripps Art and Artists in Pacific Standard Time

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The Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College was pleased to  have been chosen to be an integral participant in the Getty Pacific Standard Time initiative.  In addition to our participation in the initiative, many pieces from our extensive collection were on  view at a variety of the exhibitions connected with Pacific Standard Time.  Please see the  interactive map above for locations and more information – this map requires Adobe Flash Player.

Scripps College also has a long history of influence on the Southern California art scene.  The following list shows artists associated with Scripps and The Claremont Colleges represented in Getty Pacific Standard Time exhibitions:

Arthur Ames (Huntington)
Jean Ames (Huntington)
Karl Benjamin (J. Paul Getty)
Michael Brewster (Pomona College Museum of Art)
Chris Burden (Pomona College Museum of Art)
Phil Dike (Huntington)
Betty Davenport Ford (Huntington)
Samella Lewis (Hammer Museum)
Sam Maloof (LACMA, Huntington)
William Manker (Huntington, AMOCA)
John Mason (Williamson Gallery, AMOCA, Pacific Asia Museum, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, LACMA, J. Paul Getty)
Alfredo Ramos Martinez (Museum of Latin American Art)
Henry Lee McFee (Huntington)
Harrison McIntosh (Huntington, AMOCA)
Helen Pashgian (J. Paul Getty, MCASD)
Richard Petterson (LACMA, Huntington)
Ken Price (Williamson Gallery)
Betye Saar (Hammer Museum, Pasadena Museum of California Art)
Millard Sheets (Huntington, Museum of Latin American Art)
Paul Soldner (AMOCA, Huntington)
Albert Stewart (Huntington)
Marion ‘Hoppy’ Stewart (Huntington)
James Turrell (J. Paul Getty, Pomona College Museum of Art, MCASD, Laguna)
Peter Voulkos (Williamson Gallery, J. Paul Getty, AMOCA)