Postponed: James & Jerome INK: A Piece for Museums

An art lecture, live personal essay, and electronic music concert all in one.

This program has been postponed. A new date will be announced soon. Thank you for your understanding.

A new show for museums and theater spaces alike, INK is an art lecture, live personal essay, and electronic music concert all in one, developed in conversation with a collection. In November 2019, NYC-based musician-storytellers James & Jerome (James Harrison Monaco and Jerome Ellis) were artists-in-residence at the Williams College Museum of Art. Along with media designer Shawn Duan, they explored the museum’s collection, drawing inspiration from objects across centuries and global cultures.

On April 16, 17 and 18, accompanied by Duan’s stunning visuals, James & Jerome perform a lush live score as they lovingly analyze works from around the world, exploding the traditional art lecture into a unique theatrical experience—one that’s at once playful, intellectual, and spiritual.

INK is presented in collaboration with the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance at Williams College as part of the CenterSeries.

April 18, 2020
7 PM
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