Gallery B2 is located within the Bertha V.B. Lederer Gallery. It's purpose is to exhibit objects and artifacts held in other collections
on the campus of SUNY Geneseo. Gallery B2 broadens the scope of exhibitions and at the same seeks to encourage faculty and students across disciplines to view and access Gallery B2 as a site of experimentation allowing for the development of interdisciplinarity between art, the humanities and the sciences.
Material Culture in Livingston County
January 26 through February 28, 2012
This exhibit is the result of research conducted by members of Cathy Adams seminar history students: Ronald Jacobsen, Mathew McNeill, Gemma Martinelli and Rachel Shellman. The student will present their research papers on Wednesday, February 22, 2012 in the gallery during the all college hour .
The Use of the Grain Cradle
Analysis of theTopsey Turvy Doll from a Material Culture Perspective
Porcelain Dishware in American Middle Class Home Decor
Hair Today: Memory Tomorrow
Wednesday, February 22, 2012, 2:30-3:30 p.m. during All College hours
M. McNeill discussing the significance of the Topsy Turvy doll
R. Jacobson demonstratingthe use of a grain cradle
G. Martinelli discussing 19th cent. home decor
R. Shellman discussing 19th cent. hair weaths