Three artist-poets chart paths through language and place in multimedia installations. Presented in collaboration with the 5th annual Amherst Poetry Festival.
Featuring the work of artists and activists, inside and outside prison, to explore tensions between exploitative prison labor and the creative and intellectual labor of incarcerated individuals.
December 15, 2016—January 15, 2017
With an emphasis on material—texture, touch, friction, weight, density, light—Álvarez Bravo, Buster Graybill, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Dawit L. Petros, Nandita Raman, and Ani Rivera reconfigure discourses on rural space, indigeneity, and heritage.
October 12—November 10, 2016
Merging internal and external landscapes, Madeleine Altmann’s (81F) video works present a series of familiar surfaces made strange.
June 3—September 30, 2016
Exploring the intersections of pedagogy and practice in the work of Barry Moser from the Vance Studley Collection, in conversation with Hampshire College alumni book artists.