La Salle University Art Museum: Black History Month Reception

05feb4:30 pm6:30 pmLa Salle University Art Museum: Black History Month Reception

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Black History Month Reception

The La Salle University Art Museum will host a reception to begin Black History Month activities on campus. Galleries will feature 14 works from the permanent collection by African American artists highlighting the impact of major black artistic movements. Join us for snack, drinks, and discussion to learn more about these amazing artists!

La Salle University Art Museum, Lower Level of Hayman Hall

Walter H. Williams
Girl with Butterflies #2, 1964
Color woodcut
66-G-46
©Walter H. Williams

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La Salle University Art Museum

The La Salle University Art Museum opened its doors in 1976 as a place for La Salle students, especially those majoring in art history, as well as for the communities in the surrounding areas, to experience art in an intimate setting. Currently, La Salle is the only university in the Philadelphia area to own a permanent display of paintings, drawings and sculptures from the Renaissance to the present. The collection is housed in a series of period rooms in the lower level of Olney Hall on the University’s main campus.artmuseum@lasalle.edu 1900 W Olney Ave Philadelphia, PA 19141

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