Lynne Heffley



Posted on Jan. 27, 2022
Koji Ono, an artisan from Japan, sets a roof tile in place atop The Huntington’s reconstructed Japanese Heritage House. Photo by John Diefenbach. The Huntington’s reconstruction of a 17th-century…
Posted on Jan. 2, 2019
On Nov. 4, 2018, contemporary artist Tang Qingnian gave a calligraphy demonstration at The Huntington, sharing a Tang-dynasty era poem, “Song of Eight Drinking Immortals,” that celebrates eight…
Posted on Oct. 17, 2018
The Garden of Flowing Fragrance at The Huntington is the inspiration for playwright Stan Lai’s new site-specific work, Nightwalk in the Chinese Garden, which is having its sold-out world premiere…


Posted on Jul. 19, 2020

Andrew Raftery's ceramic plates capture the cycle of the seasons in fine detailRaftery, a professor of printmaking at the Rhode Island School of Design, specializes in engraved scenes of contemporary American suburbia

Posted on Dec. 28, 2018

Kathleen Quinn's elegant drapes accent the renovation of a grand staircaseIn advance of The Huntington’s Centennial celebration, which gets under way in the fall of 2019, Catherine Hess, chief curator of European art, decided that it was time to reimagine the décor...

Posted on Oct. 17, 2015

The Huntington serves as ground zero in a race to research, and ultimately kill, the pests that threaten Southern California's treesFour years of historic drought. Restricted water use. The Darth Vader of tree pests and assorted other destructive bugs, diseases, fungi, and root rot.

Posted on May. 15, 2015

There's more to the corpse flower than its giant bloomBehind the scenes at The Huntington, in a quiet greenhouse tucked away from public view, something big is brewing.