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.
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Gwen D’Arcangelis
on 1970s Feminism in Wimmen’s Comix
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Ryan Clasby
on Shipibo-Conibo Ceramics of the Ucayali River, Peru
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Siobhan M. Hart
on NAGPRA and the Museum
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June Paul
on To Survive on this Shore
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From Barrier to Bridge
by Rachel Cantave
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Cerri Banks
on Pandemic and Protest
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Andrew Demaree
on Isaac Scott
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The Movement Unmasked
by Lisa Grady-Willis
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Kelli Johnson
on Isaac Scott
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Julia Routbort
on MASKS4PEOPLE Masks
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Joseph Cermatori
on Touching Feeling with C.P. Cavafy and Duane Michals
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Amon Emeka
on the Black Panther Party Archive
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The Dynamics of Form
by Rachel Roe-Dale
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Mary Crone Odekon
on Demetrius Oliver
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Vanishing Point
by Melora Wolff
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Lara Ayad
on Wangechi Mutu
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Ruth Opara
on Nigerian Clay Pots
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David Karp
on Deborah Luster’s One Big Self: Prisoners of Louisiana
Visual Response
Interview
Reimaging Erica
Sarah Sweeney Responds to Joachim Schmid’s Archiv
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Ryan Richard Overbey
on Yun-Fei Ji
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Sarah DiPasquale
on Celebrating Difference and Seeking Pleasure Through Integrative Dance
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Hayman
by Melora Wolff
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Erica Wojcik
on Glenn Ligon
Interview
About Black Joy
Daesha Devón Harris, Luis Jimenez Inoa, and Kambui Olujimi on Family Photos
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Beck Krefting
on Empathic Looking
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Metamorphosis
A New Dance by Jason Ohlberg
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Black Theater and White Walls:
Eunice S. Ferreira on Performing with the Museum
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Sarah Day-O'Connell
on Seminar as Schubertiad
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Jordana Dym
on Nancy Chunn
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Musicking the Collage
Charles Lwanga on African Music, Dance, and Art
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Pattern by Jonnea Herman ’18
Inspired by the annual February Tang <3 Students Event
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.