• Bernard Langlais: Restoring and Preserving the Legacy
    Bernard Langlais: Restoring and Preserving the Legacy
    The Colby College Museum of Art has formed a partnership with Kohler Foundation, Inc. of Kohler, Wisconsin and the Georges River Land Trust of Rockland, Maine to ensure the preservation of Bernard Langlais's art and his land in Cushing, Maine.

  • Behind the Design
    Behind the Design
    Architect Frederick Fisher explains the inspiration behind the design of the new Alfond-Lunder Pavilion at the Colby College Museum of Art.

  • Wall Drawing #559 Installation
    Wall Drawing #559 Installation
    The first artwork to appear in the Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion is now complete. It is the conceptual work entitled Wall Drawing #559 by Sol LeWitt. This wall drawing consists of 12-inch wide alternating arcs in yellow, red, and blue that begin at the upper right corner of the Pavilion's east wall and gradually expand to create a lively pattern of color and form.

  • Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion Construction
    Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion Construction
    This time-lapse video documents the construction of the Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion, a 26,000-square-foot addition to the Colby College Museum of Art, from the groundbreaking on October 21, 2011, to the completed installation, in March 2013, of Wall Drawing #559 by Sol LeWitt, a major, site-specific work on loan from the Estate of Sol LeWitt, which is visible through the glass wall of the three-story façade.

  • Rediscoveries 4 - Comedy, Seriously Installation
    Rediscoveries 4 - Comedy, Seriously Installation
    Established in 2011, the Rediscoveries exhibition series invites members of the Colby College community to select and arrange artworks from the Colby Museum’s permanent collection. For Rediscoveries 4, guest curator Sarah Keller, assistant professor of English, took the 2012–13 Humanities Theme “Comedy, Seriously” as her frame of reference.