The official student-run blog of the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY.
Monthly archive July, 2010
Behind Closed Doors: Move It

Behind Closed Doors: Move It

Our post for today comes from Joann Potter, the Registrar/Collections Manager. She shares with us what she has been working on while the museum is closed.  Huzzah! All of the objects that were on view in the galleries have been put to bed for the next six months.  While they rest, we work. Safely relocating the art...
Off-Campus: Finding Balance

Off-Campus: Finding Balance

In this weekly feature, we will share our ideas for what you can do “off-campus” while the museum is closed. This week’s entry comes from Nicole M. Roylance, Coordinator of Public Education and Information. A studio art class came to visit the museum once with the assignment to copy a work of art from the collection....
Off-Campus: Your Assignment

Off-Campus: Your Assignment

In this weekly feature, we will share our ideas for what you can do “off-campus” while the museum is closed. This week’s entry comes from Nicole M. Roylance, Coordinator of Public Education and Information. It is summer. For me, summertime is project time. Time to make necklaces out of macaroni, boxes out of popsicle sticks, and...
Behind Closed Doors: Making Connections

Behind Closed Doors: Making Connections

Our post for today comes from Diane Butler, the Andrew W. Mellon Coordinator of Academic Affairs. She shares with us what she has been working on while the museum is closed. I confess that I agree with the many who claim that I have a seriously cool job. It is my task to make connections...
Off-Campus: What You Can Learn from Mummy

Off-Campus: What You Can Learn from Mummy

In this weekly feature, we will share our ideas for what you can do “off-campus” while the museum is closed. This week’s entry comes from Nicole M. Roylance, Coordinator of Public Education and Information. I am distracted by the seemingly endless possibility for puns in a blog post about a mummy. What increases the opportunities for...