January 17–April 3, 2022
When Richard Robinson inherited his aunt Bertha Conyngham’s stunning mansion and fifty-acre farm in Lehman, Pennsylvania, he donated the real estate to establish a permanent home for Penn State in the Wilkes-Barre region. The mansion, Hayfield House, is a treasure and this exhibit celebrates its history.
Forensic Photography and Crime Scene Investigation
May 4–September 4, 2020
Penn State students from the Forensic Photography Class and the Criminal Justice program collaborate for this comprehensive display of current forensic techniques and forensic images used in providing evidence and documenting crime scenes.
Art in the Natural World
April 3–May 1, 2020
This exhibit will feature works by Penn State students enrolled in Biology 60, “Art in the Natural World.” The pieces of art will be sketches, sculptures, and photographs of plant and animal specimens collected in the field. The exhibit will include information about naturalists and the natural history of the area.
Student Art Exhibit
March 9–April 3, 2020
Original artistic creations by Penn State students, including paintings, collages, sculptures, and environmental and recycled art.
Student Exhibit: Photography 100—Best of Class
February 3–March 9, 2020
Photography exhibit of the best photos taken by Penn State students in the fall 2019 Photography 100 class.
December 5, 2019–January 30, 2020
Original artworks by local high school students.
November 5–December 3, 2019
The Friedman Art Gallery occasionally features an “Emerging Artist” exhibit, highlighting the work of an unknown local artist. As part of this series, the Gallery is pleased to introduce the artwork of MaryLou Kolojeski, a painter in acrylics.
September 10–October 15, 2019
Artist Sue Hand paddled the North Branch of the Susquehanna River for five years to create her epic series, the 300-piece “Susquehanna Song.” This Friedman Art Gallery exhibit showcases a selection of the resulting artworks, honoring her love of nature and the beauty of northeastern PA.
May 3–September 6, 2019
The students in Penn State’s Forensic Photography course explored the principles and methods of forensic photography, implementing these fundamentals in forensic settings. This exhibit documents and illustrates some of the students’ resulting work.
March 18–April 22, 2019
January 28–March 11, 2019
December 4, 2018–January 21, 2019
September 20–November 29, 2018
March 5–March 31, 2018
February 1–February 28, 2018
November 1–December 31, 2017
September 2–October 31, 2017
April 12–August 20, 2017
March 14–April 30, 2017
January 10–January 31, 2017
April 17–May 13, 2015
Student Exhibit: Student Artwork