Welcome to the Tang Teaching Museum’s online collection.
The Tang Teaching Museum collection is central to the museum’s mission of object-based learning. We are regularly adding artworks and stories to the online collection, and welcome your comments. Check back often!
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Peter Norton Gift
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Peter Norton has donated more than 100 artworks to the Tang Teaching Museum collection, including drawings, photographs, paintings, prints, sculpture and video art. Below are some highlights.
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Fred Tomaselli
Video
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Lari Pittman
Interview
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Renee Cox
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Dario Robleto
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Pattern by Erin Barry ’16

Inspired by the exhibition:

The Jewel Thief
The Tang Pattern Project began in 2017 with research on cultural institutions’ branding by Design Intern Mallika Acharya ’18. It progressed into a collaboration organized by Head of Design Jean Tschanz-Egger with past and current Tang Design Interns to propose a Tang Museum branding refresh. Their new patterns draw inspiration from the Museum’s exhibition history.