Assistant Professor Chie Sakakibara collaborates with Alaska Native community to study climate change, cultural resilience, and the reciprocal relationships between humans and animals.
An installation curated by students adds 25 objects on display at the Allen Memorial Art Museum.
As its centennial approaches, the Allen Memorial Art Museum reflects on how different artists and cultures have sought to capture the passage of time
In 1940, Ellen Johnson had a simple, brilliant idea: let students live with art for a semester.
Inspired by the Italian master and given in honor of the Wright brothers' greatest advocate, the marble fountain and bronze statue on the lawn of the Allen Memorial Art Museum commemorates an important woman in Oberlin's history.
A special workshop—the first of its kind at Allen Memorial Art Museum—demonstrates how art can be used to train medical professionals.
Subjects include Lucretia's modern-day relevance and the often tragic role of women throughout the history of art and literature.
Tragic tale to be accompanied by related programs addressing the work’s historical and modern-day significance.
Exhibitions, a documentary film, lectures, and performances in honor of the legendary jazzman take place throughout fall.
Project is conserving the grand, painted ceiling inside the Allen Memorial Art Museum's King Sculpture Court.
Firelands Assocation for the Visual Arts and the Allen Memorial Art Museum collaborate to bring arts education to kids in Oberlin during a week-long summer arts camp.
With his immersive piece, House, Linus Ignatius '14 created a theatrical piece that experiments with the form and one of Oberlin's most important buildings.
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