The Lycoming College Art Gallery is located at 25 W. Fourth Street in downtown Williamsport. Our normal downtown gallery hours during the run of an exhibition during the academic year are: Wednesday-Friday, 4-8PM and Saturday 11AM-2PM and 5-9PM. On First Fridays, we will be open until 9 PM.
Summer Hours: Thursday & Friday: 2-8 PM; Saturday: 1-9 PM.
The new Lycoming College Art Gallery opened Oct. 24, 2014, featuring The Barbara and Leonard Sylk Collection of Pennsylvania artists. The impressive exhibition included work by Bo Bartlett, Thomas Chimes, Douglas Martens, Elizabeth Osbourne, Sidney Goodman, Neysa Grassi, and Jimmy Lueders. Taken together, the pieces exhibited show a range of responses to the natural world,
both figurative and abstract.
Lawrence Charles Miller:
A Retrospective Look
July 23- Sept. 5
First Friday, August 7 and Sept 4
Receptions: 6-9 PM,
Gallery Talks: 6:30 PM
The human figure is the given in Miller’s visual equations. He creates pictures that imply their own fiction, making pictures within and about pictures. He is known for his sense of humor, which is often evident in his art. Lawrence Charles Miller has exhibited extensively across the United States, including exhibitions in New York City, Los Angeles, Seattle, as well as exhibition abroad in Wales, Tijuana, and San Paulo. His work is in the permanent collection of MOMA in New York City; MOMA in Wales, UK; MuBE, Sao Paulo; LACMA, Los Angeles; and Fluxus Museum in Texas. Miller is represented by Converge Gallery in Williamsport, PA. More Info
The Lycoming College Art Gallery features four or five regional or national exhibitions plus the Faculty Show and Senior Show annually and provides art students with the opportunity to interact with visiting artists. Recent visiting artists programs featured internationally acclaimed photographers Patrick Nagatani, Stephen Marc and Annu Palakunnathu Matthew; film and multi-media artists Victor Masayesva, Lourdes Portillo and Zeinabu Davis; and sculptors Amanda Lee and Bruce Sodervick. Students worked with Nagatani and Marc to create Public Art Projects. Students created original bronze sculptures in our foundry with Lee and Sodervick.