Tang Party 2022

In the dark of night, two people look at an artwork illuminated by spotlights and installed against an outdoor stairway.
Tang Party 2022, Tang Teaching Museum, May 4, 2022, photo by Cindy Schultz

New Date: This event was originally scheduled for Friday, April 29, and is now happening Wednesday, May 4. The information below has been edited to reflect this change.

 
Join us in person on Wednesday, May 4, from 8-11 pm, for the annual Tang Party, a celebration of the funkiest and most innovative student creativity at Skidmore. Students from across disciplines create immersive and interactive installations, and put on performances on the grounds surrounding the Tang.

Presenting Artists:
Z Allard ’23
Dee Bronner ’23
Alex Bullock ’24
Will Carter ’23
Roman Cohen ’22
Sean Collinson ’25
Willa Flink ’25
Anna Goodwin ’24
Piper Ingels ’24
Mira Kauffman-Rosengarten ’22
Sone Kramer ’22
Karen Kwok ’23
Garrett Marino ’23
Sandra Martinez ’24
Issy Mejia ’23
Tommy Myhill ’24
Connor Pailas ’22
Jett Pine ’24
Yejide Rodriguez ’23
Marley Schmidt ’23
Surf Shoatz-Carter ’24
Erica Smith ’22
Maria Staack ’22
Mia Townsend ’24
Narelle Zhao ’24

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Pattern by Abby Fuess ’18
Inspired by the exhibition Other Side: Art, Object, Self
The Tang Pattern Project celebrates the Museum’s 20th anniversary. Organized by Head of Design Jean Tschanz-Egger, past and current Tang Design Interns created patterns inspired by the Museum’s exhibition and event history.