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And the Oscar Goes to Inclusivity

Kimberlean Donis September 16, 2020

Courtesy of Rachel Buccalo/The Williams Record. Ever since the creation of the #OscarsSoWhite campaign by April Reign, a Black activist, four years ago, the Academy has dedicated copious amounts of...

Nawal Nasrallah discusses history, culture behind food

Nawal Nasrallah discusses history, culture behind food

Kimberlean Donis March 11, 2020
This past week, Williamstown community members and students alike crowded in the lecture halls beneath the Williams College Museum of Art (WCMA) to hear Iraqi food writer Nawal Nasrallah discuss the culture of food in the Middle East. Nasrallah’s lecture was presented in accordance with the ongoing exhibition in WCMA’s 1935 Gallery, The invisible enemy should not exist. The piece, by artist Michael Rakowitz, is an expansive reconstruction of seven limestone reliefs that once lined palace walls, using contemporary Middle Eastern food packaging from northern Iraqi brands.
Junior art major Ginya Marr ’21  combines creativity with interests

Junior art major Ginya Marr ’21 combines creativity with interests

Kimberlean Donis March 11, 2020
Ginya Marr ’21 found her passion for art with the help of the divisional requirement. During her freshman fall, she enrolled in just one introductory arts course, Drawing 1. Marr, now a studio art and comparative literature double major and an Armstrong-Pratt JA, discovered that she could never have a semester without an art class.
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