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Yeibichai dance team, detail, textile

Review: Dancers of the Nightway

by Ivy Vance The current exhibition at Mount Holyoke Art Museum Dancers of the Nightway displays a selection of Navajo weavings from …

Guerrilla Girls Smith public talk

Guerrilla Girls Public Talk at Smith College

Presented in conjunction with the current exhibition Women’s Work: Feminist Art from the Collection at the Smith College Museum of Art in collaboration with the student group Feminists of Smith, the Guerrilla Girls gave a public talk about their creative practice and activism in the art world last Thursday.

ICP Student Symposium

Friday, September 11, 2015 4:30-6pm Bill Brand Screening Room Jerome Liebling Center Are you looking for something to do on this beautiful …

Diameter of the Bomb

Storytellers Storytellers is a companion digital exhibition to Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here that examines the role of narrative in artists’ responses to …

Art Questions on the Magic Board

April 27-May 11, 2015 Curated by Eveline Alix, Tyrone Bilingsley, Satchel Forrester, Daniela Hernandez, Riley Kleve, Amara Korley, Henry Pskowski, Claire Sammut, …

Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here

March 5, 2015 marks the eighth anniversary of the bombing of al-Mutanabbi Street, a literary center in Baghdad named after the 10th century poet. The bombing killed thirty people, wounded more than 100, and destroyed a center of book selling and reading. This summer, the Harold F. Johnson Library and the Hampshire College Art Gallery will host an exhibition of the Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here project.

The Reader on the Magic Board

On the Magic Board this week: The Reader exhibits a sample of visual submissions to The Reader, Hampshire’s longest running literary magazine.

Human Activity on the Magic Board

Human Activity Robert Bourdeau, Serge Clement, Martha Henrickson, Simeon Posen Curated by Jocelyn Edens, Kress Curatorial Fellow January 28-February 16, 2015   …