The Williams College Museum of Art will host Lama Tashi Norbu, one of the artists featured in the current exhibition Across Shared Waters: Contemporary Artists In Dialogue with Tibetan Art from the Jack Shear Collection, for three programs from April 25-27, culminating in a live tattooing session at WCMA.
Williams College Museum of Art launches new digital guide featuring photo, audio, and video content to enrich both onsite and offsite visits
Arthur Jafa to Deliver Annual Plonsker Lecture in Contemporary Art
Williams College Museum of Art announces a symposium inspired by the work of pioneering artist Mary Ann Unger
Mary Ann Unger: To Shape a Moon from Bone opens July 15
Paintings by Haitian artist Frantz Zéphirin on view at Williams College Museum of Art
SO-IL architects selected to design the first stand-alone building for the Williams College Museum of Art
Williams College senior studio art majors present “Searching for Sticky Voids”
‘Remixing the Hall’ presents new research, new acquisitions, and new voices
‘Mary Ann Unger: To Shape a Moon from Bone’ reconsiders the multidisciplinary practice of one of the twentieth century’s great artists
‘Embodied Words: Reading in Medieval Christian Visual Culture’ explores understandings of reading as a physical and spiritual act during the Middle Ages
Skidmore, Vassar, and Williams colleges announce shared gift of Tibetan art from the Jack Shear Collection
‘Strict Beauty: Sol LeWitt Prints’ marks the first comprehensive survey of the conceptual artist’s printmaking practice
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