Explore the Williams College Museum of Art with our digital guide on Bloomberg Connects, the free arts and culture app. The mobile guide takes you behind the scenes at WCMA with exclusive multimedia perspectives from artists, curators, and more. Use the app to plan your visit, then easily access helpful insights on site. Afterward, dive deeper into your favorite works at home—or anywhere, anytime!
Search for or scroll to WCMA on the app to start planning your visit! When you arrive at the museum, look for a Bloomberg Connects icon near your favorite artwork and enter the lookup number to access exclusive content. And don’t forget to bring your headphones.
Currently featured on our Bloomberg Connects guide:
Remixing the Hall: This thematic collection exhibition comes to life through perspectives from the curatorial team who organized it, short videos on new acquisitions chosen by Williams College students, and a 3-D digital model of an ancient sculpture.
Mary Ann Unger: To Shape a Moon from Bone: Watch a series of short videos by curator Horace D. Ballard that offer a mini tour through this landmark reconsideration of a pioneering artist’s work.
Embodied Words: Reading in Medieval Visual Culture: Assistant Curator Elizabeth Sandoval explains how this selection of artworks from WCMA’s collection and manuscripts from the Chapin Library demonstrates the embodied nature of reading in Christian Europe from the twelfth through the sixteenth centuries.
Frantz Zéphirin: Selected Works: Preview and learn more about a few of the paintings in this exhibition of work by Haitian-born artist Frantz Zéphirin.
Information about the public art around campus, including a map; student voices, including information on our signature art loan program WALLS (Williams Art Loan for Living Spaces); and examples of teaching and learning with art at WCMA, including an in-depth look at Object Lab Fall 2022, our hybrid gallery-classroom.
In addition to WCMA, Bloomberg Connects lets you explore more than 100 museums, galleries, sculpture parks, gardens, and cultural spaces around the world, all with one free download from the App Store or Google Play.