Lynn Melchiori has authored and illustrated multiple children’s books, including The Adventures of Mimi the Artist. Photo Courtesy of Lynn Melchiori
The atmosphere of the dimly-lit office of Lynn Melchiori, staff member at the Faculty/Staff Support Desk for OIT, does not do its occupant any justice; while the room is dark, she is bright, and while the room is still, she is burning with passion.
Image: Delilah Montoya (American, b. 1955), La Guadalupana, 1998. Williams College Museum of Art.
Walking into the Spencer Studio Art Building on Sunday afternoon, I initially looked around, puzzled, not sure where to find the cryptic sound installation I was searching for. My confusion did not last for long, however, as I began to notice a low rumbling noise emanating from down the hallway.
Following signs printed with arrows on the walls and noticing the sound growing louder, I found my way to Spencer 112, where the artist – D. A. Mekonnen – was stationed outside.
PHOTO COURTESY OF WILLIAMS COLLEGE. Minutes after news of the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France started to gain international attention, Professor of Art Michael Lewis sat down to write.
Alexa Walkovitz ’21 is the co-chair of Williams Queer Student Union (QSU). Students and allies alike flooded Paresky Auditorium on Friday to see a unique and talented group of drag artists, some seasoned, some making their drag debut.
Playing at Images through tomorrow, Woman at War, directed by Halldóra Geirharðsdóttir, chronicles the story of Halla, an Icelandic woman, and her fight against the industrialization of Iceland. Halla directs a choir and leads an outwardly normal life; in her alternative life, however, she is an “ecoterrorist,” an individual who advocates for the environment with dramatic and sometimes violent measures.
Interviews by Lily Goldberg, Arts Editor, and photos by Sabrine Brismeur, Photo Editor. El Alfa & Bad Bunny
Hometown El Alfa: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Bad Bunny: Vega Baja, Puerto Rico Backstory El Alfa: Once I was arrested by the Dominican Republic for slandering the government and I was sentenced to 15 days of community service.
PHOTO COURTESY OF PRINCESS MONONOKE (1997). Princess Mononoke was the second film showing at Images as part of its “Studio Ghibli Celebration.”
As part of its new program “Studio Ghibli Celebration,” Images Cinema will be showing one film per month from the classic Japanese animation studio Studio Ghibli from March to November 2019.
PHOTO COURTESY OF JAMES COHAN GALLERY. “Mound Museum,” one of the structures in “Mind of the Mound: Critical Mass”, houses objects from the artist’s personal collection.
PHOTO COURTESY OF MASS MOCA. “Suffering from Realness,” a new exhibit at Mass MoCA, explores subjective truths and representation in news.