Welcome to the Tang Teaching Museum’s online collection.
Explore the collection through new writings, videos, and creative responses from faculty, students, curators, and artists.
Essay
Gwen D’Arcangelis
on 1970s Feminism in Wimmen’s Comix
Video
Interview
Duane Michals
on the Lies of Photography
Video
Interview
Sam Durant
on Reflection
Video
Interview
Elaine Mayes
on Asking Questions through Photography
Essay
Ryan Clasby
on Shipibo-Conibo Ceramics of the Ucayali River, Peru
Essay
Siobhan M. Hart
on NAGPRA and the Museum
Essay
June Paul
on To Survive on this Shore
Interview
Nicole Cherubini and MASKS4PEOPLE
on Experimentation and Community Building
Essay
From Barrier to Bridge
by Rachel Cantave
Interview
Isaac Scott
on Documenting Protest in Philadelphia
Essay
Cerri Banks
on Pandemic and Protest
Essay
Andrew Demaree
on Isaac Scott
Essay
The Movement Unmasked
by Lisa Grady-Willis
Interview
Danielle St. Laurent
on Family Portraits in the Time of COVID-19
Essay
Kelli Johnson
on Isaac Scott
Essay
Julia Routbort
on MASKS4PEOPLE Masks
Essay
Christa Clarke
on Barbara Tyrrell
Interview
Wangechi Mutu
on Histology of the Different Classes of Uterine Tumors
Essay
Nayland Blake’s Feeder 2 and Corollary
by David Deitcher
Interview
On Sun Ra
Adam Tinkle talks to Ephraim Asili, Chris Corsano, Joe McPhee, Kamau Amu Patton, and Matana Roberts
Essay
Joseph Cermatori
on Touching Feeling with C.P. Cavafy and Duane Michals
Essay
Wendy Red Star
and Beatrice Red Star Fletcher
Video
Interview
Zanele Muholi
on HeVi, Oslo
Essay
Amon Emeka
on the Black Panther Party Archive
Essay
Carrie Moyer
on Dyke Action Machine!
Essay
The Dynamics of Form
by Rachel Roe-Dale
Essay
Rebecca McNamara
on Nancy Grossman
Interview
Jane Irish
on History Painting as Activist Art
Interview
Jim Self
on Beehive
Essay
Mary Crone Odekon
on Demetrius Oliver
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Pattern by Fiona McLaughlin ’20
Inspired by the exhibition Opener 28 - Erika Verzutti: Mineral
The Tang Pattern Project celebrates the Museum’s 20th anniversary. Organized by Head of Design Jean Tschanz-Egger, past and current Tang Design Interns created patterns inspired by the Museum’s exhibition and event history.