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Artists in (College) residence: Profiles of the Class of 2020

Artists in (College) residence: Profiles of the Class of 2020

Tali Natter May 23, 2020

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Fifty years ago, a very different mid-semester disruption

Fifty years ago, a very different mid-semester disruption

Sofie Jones and Irene Loewenson March 25, 2020

https://williamsrecord.com/snowball/fifty-years-ago-a-very-different-mid-semester-disruption/

WCMA runs Winter Study course in curation, museum practice

WCMA runs Winter Study course in curation, museum practice

Mae Burris-Wells February 6, 2019

An interestingly paradoxical trend describes museum quality: The more effort put into engineering the experience, the more invisible the effort becomes. The most clever, intuitive gallery designs...

Artist Rafa Esparza adds detail to one of the portraits exhibited in staring at the sun. Esparza works with adobe instead of canvas. Photo courtesy of Mass MoCA.

Rafa Esparza: ‘staring at the sun’ breaks the MASS MoCA mold

Mae Burris-Wells January 23, 2019

Artist Rafa Esparza adds detail to one of the portraits exhibited in staring at the sun. Esparza works with adobe instead of canvas. Photo courtesy of Mass MoCA. Curatorial designs in museums are streamlined,...

John Constable’s The Wheat Field (1816) depicts an August harvest in the English county of Suffolk. Photo courtesy of The Clark.

Clark exhibition, Images screenings delve into landscapes

Georgia McClain January 23, 2019

John Constable’s The Wheat Field (1816) depicts an August harvest in the English county of Suffolk. Photo courtesy of The Clark. English painters Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851) and John...

We belong where we are: A love letter to Rice House

We belong where we are: A love letter to Rice House

Rocky Douglas December 5, 2018

On November 11, 2018, the Black Student Union (BSU) hosted a town hall in Griffin 3. What we originally intended to be a discussion on housing and the upcoming Davis Center renovations turned into the...

Changing the terms of the ‘free speech’ debate: Confronting national anxieties towards campus diversity

Coalition Against December 5, 2018

The student letter that surfaced in response to the faculty petition was co-authored and edited by over 20 students from a wide range of identities and positionalities. It was, above all, a democratic,...

“Raising Hell” enraptures audience with witty, absurd antics

Yasmina Cabrera December 5, 2018

At 8 p.m. last Friday night, students piled into Paresky Auditorium for the Perennial Amateur Convention’s (PAC) fall comedy show, Raising Hell, which consisted of a few introductory stand-up acts...

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