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Art on the Walls: the Collection on display in public areas

Carpenter 1-peacocksSelected works from the Art Collection can be seen on display in the Registrar's Office and the Alumni Development Office, both located on the ground floor of Carpenter Hall.

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Above left: Ibra Mwamedi, Peacocks, 2005, Tanzania.  Above right: John Elwood Bundy, Autumn Twilight, late 19th century.

CIL-1-Nancy RugEarlham's Center for Integrated Learning now features work from the Art Collection in their re-designed home on the ground floor of the Landrum Bolling Center (LBC).

The Center for Integrated Learning is the hub for experiential education at Earlham.  Learn more here.

CIL-2 Left: Nancy Taylor, Untitled, 2009.  Above: Untitled Rug, Oaxaca, Mexico



































































































































Tyler 1
The newly renovated Tyler Hall now features work from the Art Collection along with pieces by art students and alumni.

Tyler 3Tyler Hall serves as Earlham's Welcome Center and the home for the Offices of Admissions, Financial Aid, and Marketing and Communications.  
Read more about Tyler Hall and its recent renovation here.




Above left: Sheny, Untitled Henna Painting, 2008, Tanzania.  Above right: Frederick Polley, Tyler Hall, c. 1933.


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