Albin O. Kuhn Gallery

Albin O. Kuhn Gallery The Gallery sponsors exhibitions of original works of art and historical documents, as well as lectures, symposia, and tours intended to serve UMBC students, staff and faculty, as well as members of the surrounding community.
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In the context of UMBC, a research university, the Gallery serves as a crucible for the discovery of and encounter with ideas greater than any single book, object, image or concept. Exposing students and visitors to a broad range of exhibitions and educational and public programming across a wide range of subjects, media, and aesthetic purposes is a primary goal of the Gallery. The Gallery also se

In the context of UMBC, a research university, the Gallery serves as a crucible for the discovery of and encounter with ideas greater than any single book, object, image or concept. Exposing students and visitors to a broad range of exhibitions and educational and public programming across a wide range of subjects, media, and aesthetic purposes is a primary goal of the Gallery. The Gallery also se

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Albin O. Kuhn Gallery's cover photo
02/12/2021

Albin O. Kuhn Gallery's cover photo

Albin O. Kuhn Gallery's cover photo
11/05/2018

Albin O. Kuhn Gallery's cover photo

Acquisitions to UMBC's Photography Collections, 2010-2018
11/05/2018

Acquisitions to UMBC's Photography Collections, 2010-2018

Acquisitions to UMBC's Photography Collections, 2010-2018

Opening August 29 in the Library Gallery, "Depth of Field: Acquisitions to UMBC's Photography Collection, 2008-2018."  I...
08/21/2018
Depth of Field

Opening August 29 in the Library Gallery, "Depth of Field: Acquisitions to UMBC's Photography Collection, 2008-2018."

Image: Todd Forsgren, Adelaide’s Warbler (Setophaga adelaidae), 2009, from the series Ornithological, Accession no. 2016-07-001

Approximately one-hundred images acquired over the last ten years by UMBC's Photography Collections through generous gifts from donors and artists.

This Thursday, the Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery presents a lecture by Sara Terry, photojournalist and founder of The Af...
04/16/2018
Sara Terry: “War Is Only Half the Story”

This Thursday, the Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery presents a lecture by Sara Terry, photojournalist and founder of The Aftermath Project. She will discuss the constellation of issues facing communities following the “resolution” of armed conflict, focusing on the work of The Aftermath Project.

Visual Arts/Interdisciplinary Sara Terry, photojournalist and founder of The Aftermath Project: “War Is Only Half the Story” April 19, 4 p.m. Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery In conj…

Opening in the Library Gallery on April 2nd: "Aftermath: War is Only Half the Story tells the incredibly moving stories ...
03/28/2018
Aftermath: War is Only Half the Story

Opening in the Library Gallery on April 2nd: "Aftermath: War is Only Half the Story tells the incredibly moving stories of the people left behind after the cameras have moved on from a war zone. Drawing on photographs from over fifty photographers, these personal and often poetic post-war views unveil not only another side to the devastating effects of war, but also tell the stories of people coming together to rebuild and heal."

Visual Arts Aftermath: War is Only Half the Story April 2 – May 26 Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery Aftermath: War is Only Half the Story tells the incredibly moving stories of the people left b…

02/06/2018
Daphne Harrison Lecture: The Mark Rice Collection

The exhibition lecture by Prof. James Smalls for last semester's exhibit is now available on YouTube through the #UMBC channel:

The Homo-Erotics of Photography after Stonewall Thursday, December 7, 2017 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM Library and Gallery, Albin O. Kuhn : Gallery James Smalls, Profe...

On display in the Library Gallery through March 18, "Our People, Our Land, Our Images" has been carefully constructed as...
01/30/2018
Our People, Our Land, Our Images

On display in the Library Gallery through March 18, "Our People, Our Land, Our Images" has been carefully constructed as a first person, indigenous account. Reflecting contemporary trends, the photographers and their subjects vary in style, from straightforward documentary accounts to aesthetically altered images combining overlays and collage. The variety found in the exhibition conveys the plurality of the indigenous voices and their concerns. The photographs are united, however, in how they convey their makers’ connections to the land, community, and traditions."

Visual Arts Our People, Our Land, Our Images January 29 – March 18 Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery Opportunities to view indigenous peoples through the eyes of indigenous photographers are rare…

Shan Goshorn, Cherokee (b. 1957), Pawnee Woman in Field from the series Earth Renewal, c. 2002, hand-tinted double-expos...
01/30/2018

Shan Goshorn, Cherokee (b. 1957), Pawnee Woman in Field from the series Earth Renewal, c. 2002, hand-tinted double-exposed, black-and-white-photograph. Included in Our People, Our Land, Our Images exhibition, distributed by Exhibits USA.

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1000 Hilltop Cir
Baltimore, MD
21250

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 22:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 22:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 22:00
Thursday 08:00 - 22:00
Friday 08:00 - 18:00
Sunday 12:00 - 20:00

Telephone

(410) 455-2270

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