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With over a dozen galleries to explore there is something for everyone at the Everhart.
Museum collections have the power to inspire creativity, motivate artistic expression, and stimulate local pride. Exhibitions are an essential component of the Everhart Museum’s mission. As a regional museum, the Everhart is committed to presenting works that not only celebrate the heritage of Northeastern PA but of communities around the world. The Everhart invites you to explore the collection throughout the three-story building.
ROCKS AND MINERALS GALLERY
Featuring rocks and minerals from the Museum’s collection this gallery is slated to be renovated at the end of 2020. We will be asking for feedback on what you would like to see in the coming months.
View a selection of fossilized specimens from the Cambrian through Quaternary periods, including casts of a fully articulated Stegosaurus and a Tyrannosaurus Rex head as well as works by paleoartist Charles Robert Knight.
Featuring a selection of birds and mammals acquired through the Museum’s founder, Dr. Everhart and his colleague Colonel L.A. Watres, this gallery is a visitor favorite and includes several extinct and endangered species of birds such as the Passenger Pigeon, Whooping Crane, and the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker.
The second-floor Main Gallery features a selection of works that tell the story of how the Museum’s collection developed. In addition, several galleries are dedicated to regional arts including work by John Willard Raught, Hope Horn, and Dorflinger Glass. The Everhart has a long history of collecting and supporting regional arts with a substantial heritage collection.
Temporary Exhibit – The Maslow Galleries
Forming The Maslow Collection: A Reflection on the New York City Art Scene in the ’80s and ’90s
February 7 – May 25, 2020
The New York art scene of the 1980s and ‘90s, which was inspired by changing technologies, globalization, industry, and pop culture, continues to influence contemporary art. Featuring select pieces from The Maslow Collection, Forming the Maslow Collection, consists of art created within and reflective of this pivotal movement in art history.
Marking fourteen years since The Maslow Collection has been exhibited at the Everhart Museum, this exhibition offers new insight not only into how the Collection was formed, but also into the many ways in which these works and the artists who made them continue to impact the art world. Six genres of artmaking, represented by works amassed by Marilyn and Richard Maslow, are examined, including abstractionism, conceptualism, documentary photography, minimalism, neo-expressionism, and pop art.
Featuring work by:
Bernd & Hilla Becher · Jasper Johns · Ellsworth Kelly · Sol LeWitt · Roy Lichtenstein · Robert Rauschenberg · Ed Ruscha · Julian Schnabel · Frank Stella · Andy Warhol
The exhibition is co-curated by Francesca Saldan, Curator, The Everhart Museum and Ryan Ward, Curator, The Maslow Collection.
Francesca Saldan and Ryan Ward discuss Forming the Maslow Collection, Erika Funke, WVIA, February 5, 2020
Exhibition is underwritten by: