MAG Movie Night

The Martin Art Gallery is pleased to present MAG Movie Nights, a new program that will occur twice each semester. For MAG Movie Nights, we will screen arts-related movies on one of the gallery walls; entry is free.

The first in the MAG Movie Night series will be Surviving Picasso, a 1996 Merchant Ivory film starring Anthony Hopkins as Picasso and Natascha McElhone as Françoise Gilot, the artist featured in MAG's current exhibition.  

When: Thursday, February 9 from 7-9pm

Where: Martin Art Gallery

What: Surviving Picasso


Public Lecture: What is Exhibition Design?

The Martin Art Gallery is pleased to present a virtual public lecture by Alexandra Shanley, the exhibition designer for The Woman Who Says No: Françoise Gilot Lithographs.

Exhibition design is a multidisciplinary practice that requires a wide range of skills from interior to graphic design. Exhibition designers work closely with curators to translate an exhibition's theme or narrative into visual storytelling. Shanley will discuss the process from planning the arrangement of artworks to creating wall labels and promotional materials.  

Alexandra Shanley is a design professional who has over ten years of experience in the non-profit sector. She earned her M.A. in Exhibition Design from the Corcoran School of the Arts & Design at The George Washington University and has worked for numerous institutions in Santa Barbara, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles, including the Getty Museum. She currently resides in San Diego and works as a graphic designer for a commercial real estate company creating marketing material, environmental graphics, and design assets.

When: Thursday, February 23 from 5-6pm

Where: Baker Center for the Arts Room 166

(also available virtually; please contact MAG Director for link)




Museum Meet & Greet

The Martin Art Gallery is thrilled to be one of the institutions participating in the upcoming Museum Meet and Greet hosted by the Bethlehem Public Library! Please join us and learn more about the many amazing arts institutions in the Lehigh Valley!

When: Saturday, April 8 from 12-2pm

Where: 11 W Church St. in Bethlehem, PA 18018

MAG Movie Night - Kusama: Infinity

The Martin Art Gallery is pleased to present the second in our MAG Movie Night series! 

Please join us for Kusama: Infinity, a 2018 documentary about the ground-breaking artist and international sensation Yayoi Kusama.

When: Thursday, April 20 from 7-9pm

Where: Martin Art Gallery

Public Lecture: What Are NFTs?

The Martin Art Gallery is pleased to present a virtual public lecture by Alisha Anglin, the artist behind MAG’s current digital exhibition Vivid Chaos.

In her talk, Anglin will discuss what NFTs are, how they are created and how the NFT market works. She will also share how she began making NFTs and how the digital medium relates to her practice as a fine artist and painter. Anglin will share resources for those interested in minting NFTs and give advice to those who are curious about the process.

Born and raised on Long Island, Anglin currently lives and works as a full-time abstract artist in New York. She is self-taught and started painting at the age of 10. Her newfound passion for NFTs started in March of 2021 when she decided to dive deep into Web3 and the world of NFTs which incorporates concepts such as decentralization, blockchain technologies, and token-based economics. Since then, she has been creating and selling her work to collectors worldwide on OpenSea, Exchange.Art, Objkt and Known Origin NFT marketplace platforms. She is the host and founder of the HOUSE OF ABSTRACT twitter space podcast which you can listen to live every Friday 12pm EST.


When: Tuesday, February 28 from 5-6pm

Where: Baker Center for the Arts Room 166

(also available virtually; please contact MAG Director for link)


Alisha Anglin Headshot

Contact Information

Jessica L. Ambler, Ph.D.

Director, Martin Art Gallery
Address Muhlenberg College Baker Center for the Arts 2400 Chew Street Allentown, PA 18104