Painting of the late congressman, created by Baltimore artist Christopher Batten, will hang in the university’s MSE Library.
A horseman of a different era
A 7-foot tall sculpture, a small-scale version of Kehinde Wiley’s defiant rejoinder to Confederate statuary, ‘Rumors of War,’ will be installed in Mudd Hall atrium on the university’s Homewood campus.
Johns Hopkins unveils portrait of LGBTQ rights trailblazer Edith Windsor
Windsor, who received a JHU honorary degree in 2014 and who died in 2017, played a pivotal role in the fight for marriage equality in the U.S.
Nobel Medal Finds a Home
Family hopes gift will inspire students to make their own discoveries.
Loan of Willem de Kooning sculpture to Johns Hopkins renewed
Artist Vanessa Hoheb visits the Homewood campus today to celebrate the renewal and to talk about the artistic process.
Immerse yourself in Homewood’s art
Curator Jackie O’Regan ensures that the university’s pieces are more than mere decoration.
Take a Homewood campus sculpture walk
Monumental pieces by Willem de Kooning and John Henry are just two of the highlights on this 20-minute stroll.
An Archaeology of Knowledge
“An Archaeology of Knowledge”, a permanent art installation for the Brody Learning Commons, the Sheridan Libraries & University Museums, The Johns Hopkins University.
Public art becomes part of the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus
Back in 2004, a university committee took a bit of a left turn as it got to work. Composed of students, faculty, and trustees, the Homewood Arts Task Force started […]
Sculpture by renowned artist Willem de Kooning arrives at Johns Hopkins campus
‘Reclining Figure’ on 5-year loan from The Willem de Kooning Foundation.