Category Archives: Feature

Abstraction: Printmaking, Drawing, and Painting

On exhibit: May 12 – June 5, 2015 Lamson Learning Commons, David Beronä Exhibition Wall Opening reception and gallery talk: Tuesday, May 12th from 4-6pm Coordinated by Linda Walsh, artist and student in Annette Mitchell’s course, Abstraction: Drawing, Painting, and Printmaking. Learn more…

art from environmental data

On exhibit: April 4th – June 26th, 2015 Opening reception and gallery talk: Tuesday, April 21st 4-6pm Coordinated by the PSU Center for the Environment Lamson Learning Commons, Art Display Wall, main level Read more….

Ellis Gift Collection: selected works

Featuring selected works from J.T. Ellis’ recent donation of art and books . Located in the Lamson Learning Commons on the David A. Beronä Exhibition Wall. Exhibited until Spring 2015 Read more…

Silent Witness: Lichen and Global Climate Change

work by Kimberly Ritchie, Coordinator of Printing and Assistant Professor Plymouth State University On exhibit: December 12, 2014 – March 6, 2015 Opening reception and gallery talk: February 10 at 4pm Read more…

Extended Hours for Finals

. building closing time December 14 -20 Exam Schedule

Lights, Camera, K.DAG in December

Lights Camera K.DAG is pleased to offer a FREE screening of the film 5 Broken Cameras, the first-ever Palestinian film to be nominated for Best Documentary Feature, on Sat Dec 13 at 12 Noon in the Karl Drerup Art Gallery.

Reference Universe Trial

You know that Reference Books are on the Main Level of Lamson, but did you know that you can search all of the collection with just a few clicks? Look up a topic in this database and it will search hundreds of our print and eBook reference sources. Check out our trial to Reference Universe [...]

Route 66, Westbound to Paradise: 2014 Print Portfolio

Exhibited from August 22 to December 5, 2014 on the Lamson Learning Commons Art Display Wall Read more at: Route 66, Westbound to Paradise

Creativity in Printmaking: Recent work from Annette Mitchell’s Summer 2014 class

Exhibited from August 11 to October 3rd, 2014 on the newly dedicated David A. Beronä Exhibition Wall in the Lamson Learning Commons. Opening Reception: Thursday, Sept. 11 from 5:30 -7:30 Read more at Creativity in Printmaking

Route 66, Westbound to Paradise

Exhibited from August 22 to December 5, 2014 on the Lamson Learning Commons Art Display Wall Read more at: Route 66, Westbound to Paradise Ocean Temperature by Kimberly Ritchie (PSU Art Faculty)

Summer Reading

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Daniel Brevik on Opera News

Our very own music graduate, Daniel Brevik (back, left), on the cover of the current issue of Opera News, the largest-circulation classical-music magazine in North America. See the article, “Lucky Number.” His PSU voice professor, Kathleen Arecchi, will be flying out to see the performance.

Honoring our Student Workers

This is so long, but not goodbye To show our appreciation and thanks, the Lamson Learning Commons is honoring our graduating student workers by asking them to select a book, DVD, CD, or other item the library will purchase and donate in their name. A gift plate is placed in the item with their name. [...]

PSU closing early March 12

Due to expected weather and road conditions, PSU has canceled all afternoon and evening classes beginning at 2:15 p.m., today, March 12. This includes all graduate classes in all locations. The Lamson Library and Learning Commons will remain open but with limited services. The Reference/Research Services, PASS Office, LTOE, and Writing Center may not be [...]

Foxy Grandpa exhibit (updated 2-18)

Presentation: Feb 25, 5:30 Lamson is exhibiting Foxy Grandpa, one of the most beloved cartoon strips of the Platinum Age of comics, from January 14-February 28, 2014. Created by Carl “Bunny” Schultze, Foxy Grandpa first appeared in the New York Herald in 1900. The exhibit includes Foxy Grandpa comic books, original newspaper pages, examples of [...]