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Loeb brings Buddhist art to fore

By YIFAN WANG – 6 years ago

What could attract a crowd large enough to fill the spacious lecture hall of Taylor 102? One such event was “Many Faces, Many Names: The Bodhisattva of Compassion,” a special…

Beneath the Loeb, hidden treasures

By MEGAN FORSTER – 6 years ago

It is finally spring at Vassar. After a particularly brutal winter, students are choosing the quad and the Retreat patio over indoor spaces, long boards have risen from the depths,…

XL exhibit displays Loeb familiars in new arrangement

By SAMANTHA KOHL AND EMMA ROSENTHAL – 7 years ago

Although many of the exhibitions on view at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center are often loaned to the museum through external galleries and collections, XL, the Loeb’s exhibit beginning…

Often overlooked sculpture garden a hidden campus gem

By JAKE SOLOMON – 7 years ago

Tucked away in the great labyrinth of paintings, drawings and long corridors that comprises the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center is a mysterious and oft-forgotten hideaway filled with artwork and…

Artist lectures on basics of abstract art

By NOBLE INGRAM – 8 years ago

On Friday September 6, the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center hosted Thomas Nozkowski, a celebrated painter, Vassar parent, and art donor, as he gave a talk on abstract art and…

Alumnus Mundy positions art over business at FLLAC

By CHARLACIA DENT – 8 years ago

Director of the Francis Lehman Loeb Art Center James Mundy ’74 loves art. And with his extensive museum knowledge and passion for artwork, he is seen by many students as…