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.
Video
Interview
Elaine Mayes
on Asking Questions through Photography
Interview
Nicole Cherubini and MASKS4PEOPLE
on Experimentation and Community Building
Interview
Isaac Scott
on Documenting Protest in Philadelphia
Interview
Danielle St. Laurent
on Family Portraits in the Time of COVID-19
Video
Interview
Zanele Muholi
on HeVi, Oslo
Interview
Jane Irish
on History Painting as Activist Art
Interview
Essay
Josh Faught
on Adding Flair to Sadness
Interview
Essay
Shifting Poses
with Geoffrey Chadsey
Visual Response
Interview
Reimaging Erica
Sarah Sweeney Responds to Joachim Schmid’s Archiv
Essay
Jess Lincoln ’20
on E. J. Bellocq
Essay
Jada James ’18
on James Barnor
Essay
Jane Cole
on Kara Walker
Interview
Renee Cox
on Representation and Demolishing Stereotypes
Interview
Dario Robleto
on Sampling & Manipulating Objects into Art
Video
Paula Wilson
interview by Serena Hildebrandt ’20 and Lindsey Poremba ’18
Essay
Dayna Joseph ’19
on Dawoud Bey’s Harlem, U.S.A. series, 1975–1979
Video
Interview
Jamal Cyrus
on Untitled (Threads), 2016
Video
Interview
Syd Carpenter
on Ellis and Anna Mae Thomas (from Places of Our Own), 2009-2010
Visual Response
Atlan Arceo-Witzl ’18
on Self Help Graphics & Art
Essay
Rose White ’19
on Syd Carpenter
Interview
Michael Joo
on Science, Art & the Symbolism of Crane Legs
Video
Essay
Hassan Hajjaj
interviewed by Hannah Traore ’17
Video
Interview
James Esber
on Bouquet, 2004
Video
Interview
Jonathan Seliger
on Home, 1996
Essay
Taina Cotto ’20 & Katie Coggins ’20
on Carrie Mae Weems
Video
Interview
David Brooks
on Stress Tests: Un-Sites No. 1-2 & 3-5 (homage to Gordon), 2013
Video
Interview
Julian LaVerdiere
on Lost Cornerstone, 2003
Essay
Sophie Heath ’18
on Fred Wilson
Video
Interview
Joan Snyder
on Waiting for a Miracle (for Nina and John), 1986
Video
Interview
Beverly Semmes
on Famous Twins, 1993
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Pattern by Nathan Bloom ’21
Inspired by the performance Honey Baby in the exhibition Janine Antoni & Stephen Petronio: Entangle
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.