The Tang Collection of over 6,000 objects represents a wide variety of materials, subject matter, and time periods. From Pre-Columbian pots to works made by current contemporary artists, our collection offers an unlimited variety of opportunities for study, inspiration, and discussion for the Skidmore community and beyond. The collection is used in imaginative ways and varying contexts through classes, exhibitions, and research.
Classes from all disciplines at Skidmore may reserve the Kettlewell Print Study Room and Permanent Collections Storage Area. Faculty interested in viewing objects should contact Tang staff at least two weeks in advance to plan their visit. Public access to these areas is also available by appointment.
A portion of the collection is also available to the Skidmore community through ARTstor. For questions or to schedule your visit, please contact Elizabeth Karp, Head Museum Registrar & Collections Manager, either via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 518.580.5065.
Unauthorized use of content from this database is strictly prohibited. Please contact us if you wish to use an image for commercial or editorial purposes, or for any kind of reproduction or distribution as the Tang Museum adheres to all copyright laws. If you own the copyright to a work included on this website that is listed without proper permission or with incorrect credit information, please contact the Museum Registrar, Elizabeth Karp and the Tang Museum will remove or modify any information it has posted inappropriately.