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The Other Wallach

The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Gallery is tucked into the eighth floor of Schermerhorn, a place frequented mainly by art history majors and those making the long climb to the women’s bathroom from their classes below. Bwog, having newly learned how to actually pronounce “Schermerhorn,” dispatched resident gallery gal Alex Eynon to find out […]

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Columbia Tours and Lores

Here are some more activities to keep Mom and Dad busy because Bwog loves you and your parents and because Bwog has secret tour guide aspirations…. Wallach Art Gallery Columbia has its own mini-museum in Schermerhorn! Who knew? The Wallach Gallery’s classy digs will undoubtedly impress your parents. Maybe you’ll even impress them with your […]

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Makonde Masquerade

Located on the eighth floor of Schermerhorn, the Wallach Art Gallery is currently running Revolutions: A Century of Makonde Masquerade in Mozambique through December 8, 2007.  With over 60 pieces of Madonke art, ranging from masks to tapestries to puppets, this extensive collection features an often-ignored African culture. Photos on the wall display the dancers […]

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