It’s not about space, it’s about s p a c e

The multi-disciplinary art exhibition  It’s not about space, it’s about s p a c e  showcases the work of students from the Fall 2018 Five College Advanced Studio Seminar – Committed to the Idea: Conceptual Cohesion Across Mediums, taught by Professor Miatta Kawinzi at Hampshire College. It considers the concept of space as physical, social, […]

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So be it. See to it.

Inspired by the urgency of the handwritten affirmation ‘So be it. See to it’ in one of Octavia Butler’s journals at the Huntington Library, artist Candace Hunter responds with a series of intimate collages set in dialogue with Butler’s fiction. Butler’s speculative fiction of the 1970s through 1990s feels eerily prescient in a contemporary moment […]

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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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Artists’ Talk with Jesse Krimes and Jared Owens

February 3, 2017, 5-6pm

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Workshop with Jesse Krimes

February 3, 2017, 1-3pm in the Art Barn

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div III spring 2017

Spring 2017

Artists in their final semester at Hampshire experiment with form and conceptual propositions in a series of solo and group shows. Stay tuned for a full calendar.

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