The Visual Arts
Painting. Sculpture. Photography.
The Burlington Portrait Project.
Large Format Photography helped define exotic portraiture in the 20th century.
Yousef Karsh, Herman Leonard, Ansel Adams and many others relied upon the high definition and clarity that these amazing cameras could produce.
Others, such as Andrew Zuckerman (first 6 photos below) took the large format concept into the digital domain to make stunning portraits for his book "Wisdom".
For One Week in June, Christopher J. Lytwyn transforms the Herman T. Costello Lyceum into a portrait studio to shoot the citizens of historic Burlington, NJ.
THERE'S A WORLD CULTURE OF GREAT ART AND MUSIC
awaiting you in Burlington city.
The HTC Lyceum.
art, music, dance, theater and more
right to the heart of historic Burlington.
The Herman T. Costello Lyceum Hall is a municipal project of the historic City of Burlington, NJ, with a focus on providing enriching art experiences to the citizens of Burlington, NJ, surrounding regions, and the states of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, and Delaware.
Built in 1836 and renovated in 2009, the Herman T. Costello Lyceum Hall is home to several arts institutions, visual and performing arts classes, exhibits, and unique performance opportunities. The historic City of Burlington, NJ and the Herman T. Costello Lyceum Hall believe that inspiration can be found everywhere.
Parking and ADA Access:
Free parking is located on the side and rear of the building. Full ADA access can be found around the rear of the building.
432 High St
Burlington, NJ 08106
Hours of Operation:
The building is accessible from 10am to 3pm Monday – Friday, many evenings, and weekends. For weekend and evening availability please contact us.
An elevator is conveniently located in the middle of the building.