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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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Past

Div III, Fall 2018

Artists in their final semester at Hampshire experiment with form and conceptual propositions in a series of solo and group shows. November 17-19 Carmen Iris Figueroa, Fragments of Belonging Reception: Saturday November 17, 6pm November 28-30 Sydney Kleinrock, Worn: An Examination of the Threads between our Clothing and the Environment Reception: Friday November 30, 6-9pm December 3-4 […]

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archival photograph of soldiers with tank

The Museum of the Old Colony

Download the free digital catalogue for The Museum of the Old Colony (single page view, best for reading essays) or double page spread option (better for installation image integrity). Limited print copies are available upon request. The Museum of the Old Colony, a conceptual art installation by Hartford-based artist Pablo Delano, derives its name in part […]

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Div III, Spring 2018

March 23 – May 19, 2018 Artists in their final semester at Hampshire experiment with form and conceptual propositions in a series of solo and group shows. March 23 – March 26:  Annie Tate Cockrum, Haptic Wanderings Justin Emmanuel, Afrofuturism 3.0: The Celestial Beings Natalia Callaghan, I’m Coming Home Reception: Friday March 23, 7-10 pm […]

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The Reciprocal Biomimicry Initiative: Jonathon Keats

In recent years, engineers have designed body armor based on beetle shells and applied the aerodynamics of kingfisher beaks to bullet trains. Biomimicry is the buzzword, and the principle has served us well, but biomimicry rarely benefits the organisms whose innovations we appropriate. To compensate, experimental philosopher Jonathon Keats has founded the Reciprocal Biomimicry Initiative, […]

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Div III Fall 2017

November 19 – December 12, 2017 Artists in their final semester at Hampshire experiment with form and conceptual propositions in a series of solo and group shows. Sunday 19 – Wednesday 22 November: Sergei Merzeevski, Faces of Prehistory Reception: Monday November 20, 6.30-9pm Monday 27 – Thursday 30 November Mike Rachman, reconstituted climbing Robert Baskett, […]

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Taking Shape: National Art Honor Society Exhibition

A selection of high school art from Massachusetts chapters of the National Art Honor Society (NAHS) November 9 – November 17, 2017 Organized by Hampshire College Visiting Professor of Art Education Jana Silver Opening reception: Saturday November 11, 3-5pm This exhibition features the work of high school students from National Art Honor Society chapters across […]

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Sometimes by Chance the Two Collide

A Faculty Showcase Featuring: Bill Brayton / Naomi Darling / Andrea Dezsö / Naya Gabriel / Thom Haxo / Baba Hillman / Cynthia Madansky / Billie Mandle / Patricia Montoya / Claudio Nolasco  / Lauren Pakradooni / Abraham Ravett / Alexis Salas / Daniel Schrade / John Slepian / Kane Stewart October 11 – November 5, 2017 Curated by […]

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The Plasmodium Consortium

Jonathon Keats With Amy Halliday (curator) and Megan Dobro (biology professor) Project: September 6, 2017 –  March 9, 2018 / Exhibition: February 9 – March 9, 2018 Hampshire College is proud to announce the founding of the world’s only academic program for non-human species.  The first scholars-in-residence (faculty page here), plasmodial slime molds known as […]

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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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Made in America

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.

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In each hand I keep each of my eyes

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.

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div III fall 2016

November 28—December 12

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Surfacing

October 12—November 10, 2016

Merging internal and external landscapes, Madeleine Altmann’s (81F) video works present a series of familiar surfaces made strange.

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Design & Build

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.

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div III spring 2016

March 27—April 30, 2016

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