Looking at an untitled silkscreen print from Patrick Hughes series “The Domestic Life of a Rainbow” (1979), this one-hour vinyasa class considers relationships between form and color, movement and meditative stillness.
Taking inspiration from Rosa Bonheur’s "5 Studies of Lion," this class considers anatomy, animality, and preparatory work in art and movement.
This program brings together three artists whose work is connected to the past, present, and future of public art on the Williams College campus: Alice Aycock, Ursula von Rydingsvard, and Rona Pondick. Presented online via Zoom in conjunction with the exhibition Landmarks.
This one-hour vinyasa-style yoga class, to be held online via Zoom as part of Williams First Days Arts Programming, looks at a print in the WALLS collection called "Stone into a Fountain" by activist, nun, graphic artist, and teacher Corita Kent. It explores themes of spontaneity, color, and creative movement.
This 45-minute vinyasa-style yoga class, to be held online via Zoom, takes inspiration from Barbara Morgan’s photograph from 1945, "Corn Stalk." Looking at this up-close, cropped photo of a plant, the class will explore themes of animism, movement, and attention to detail.