The Plasmodium Symposium

Jonathon Keats With Amy Halliday (curator) and Megan Dobro (biology professor) September 6, 2018 –  March 18, 2019 Hampshire College is proud to announce the founding of the world’s only academic program for non-human species.  The first scholars-in-residence, plasmodial slime molds known as Physarum polycephalum, arrived from Carolina Biological Supply in Spring 2017, and moved […]

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Artists’ Performance & Panel Discussion

HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE ART GALLERY September 15, 2017, 5-6.30 pm Miatta Kawinzi, lê thi diem thúy, Sahar Muradi + Laimah Osman The poet-artists in Of Soil and Tongues discuss and perform elements of their work and the experience of expanding their practice into the Gallery, as part of the 5th Annual Amherst Poetry Festival.

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Curatorial Tour, Amherst Arts Night Plus

HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE ART GALLERY August 3, 2017, 5-8pm Summer evening hours and curatorial tour, as part of Amherst Arts Night Plus. See/hear/read/experience our summer exhibition ‘Of Soil and Tongues’ – an invitation to three poets/writers to develop their work in three dimensions. The Gallery will host evening opening hours (5-8pm) as part of Amherst Arts […]

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Curatorial Tour, Amherst Arts Night Plus

HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE ART GALLERY July 6, 2017, 5-8pm Summer evening hours and curatorial tour, as part of Amherst Arts Night Plus. See/hear/read/experience our summer exhibition ‘Of Soil and Tongues’ – an invitation to three poets/writers to develop their work in three dimensions. The Gallery will host evening opening hours (5-8pm) as part of Amherst Arts […]

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Opening Reception

June 1, 2017, 5-8pm. Join us in celebrating the opening of our summer exhibition Of Soil and Tongues.

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Still from sweat/tears/sea, upside down palm trees with text

Of Soil and Tongues

Three artist-poets chart paths through language and place in multimedia installations. Presented in collaboration with the 5th annual Amherst Poetry Festival.

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Curating the Flag: The Art and History of For Whom it Stands

A Presentation by Dr. Michelle J. Wilkinson,  Curator at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture 6:30PM, Wednesday, March 29, 2017 Franklin Patterson Hall’s West Lecture Hall Dr. Wilkinson will discuss her book and exhibition project, For Whom It Stands: The Flag and the American People, an investigation into the ways […]

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The Radical Real Women of ‘Orange is the New Black’ Speak

FRANKLIN PATTERSON MAIN LECTURE HALL March 9, 2017, 6-7.30pm, Gallery Reception from 7.30pm  

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