Mummy Madness, March 1 – March 31, 2019

The Everhart will be bringing our Peruvian mummy out of storage for the month of March for Mummy Madness. Whether you find mummies mysterious, macabre, or just plain mesmerizing they are creepy and cool. Numerous cultures practiced mummification in what is now Peru beginning more than 7,000 years ago. Ancient textiles and ceramics from the region will also be on display.

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Contact Aurore Giguet for details.


Paper, May 17 – September 9, 2019

A celebration of the Everhart’s vast works on paper collection, Paper, includes a carefully assembled selection, combining the exception with the everyday. Works on paper have a rich history in not only art historical contexts but as tools of communication. Rich sociohistorical documents; prints, photographs, drawings, and other works on paper democratized visual art and enabled mass consumption.

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Contact Aurore Giguet for details.

The Good News, May 17 – September 9, 2019

The Good News is an exhibition of spontaneous moments photographed by Zak Zavada in and around Scranton, Pennsylvania. Zak’s images encourage the audience to question their immediate assumptions about their everyday surroundings. Depending on the viewers’ perspective, some of the photographs may seem humorous or mundane, others more evocative in the stark reality that they highlight. They encourage reflection about the community that we live in; offering the opportunity to see the beauty in the everyday; to realize that within a modern world overrun with images that are scrolled past and never to be thought of again, there are quiet opportunities to ponder the sublime at every turn. Zak’s rich, editorial style combines a natural, photojournalistic approach with an artistic attention to detail, lighting, and composition. “The Good News” is a collection of curiosities often nearer to the viewer than they may have realized.

Victoria Lowe: In the Realm of Senses, September 27 – December 31, 2019

This exhibition explores the abstract paintings by Alabama-based artist Victoria Lowe. Inspired by stargazing and the feeling of sublime connectedness to things beyond the physical environment and conscious comprehension Lowe’s painting include abstract fields activated by color. The textural surfaces are a result of the application of nearly fifty layers of sprayed paint, the tiny particles of pigment act like pixels, interacting with adjacent hues to create new, subtle colors and a sense of depth. Free of narrative or subject matter viewers are invited to experience the depth of their imagination.

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Contact Aurore Giguet for details.