Gallery talk about "Money Matters" with Desmond Fitz-Gibbon and Aaron Miller, Oct, 10, 2019


Learning at the intersection
of art and ideas.
Wednesday, December 4th, 7 pm - 9 pm
Another World is Possible
Poetry and Prose Reading and Open Mic
Another World reading, 2018
Saturday,December 7, 1:00pm to 3:30pm
Family Day: Portraits and Popcorn
Kids and Family Event
Bisa Butler (American, b. 1975), Broom Jumpers (detail), 2019
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Hendrick Andriessen (Flemish, 1607-1655), Vanitas Still Life, ca. 1650 (detail)
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MHCAM interns Izzy Chen '21 and Erin Hancock '20

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Jump past Instagram images to the footer. Join us on Saturday, December 7th for Family Day: Portraits and Popcorn! Enjoy a variety of portraiture-inspired crafts, art scavenger hunts, button-making, story time, music, yummy refreshments, and popcorn! Free and open to the public. Visitors of all ages welcome. See below for schedule:

1:00-1:30pm — Family Tour
1:30-3:30pm — Activities
Event planned by Education interns Ellie Norman ‘20 and Rebecca Piperno ‘20. Image: Foujita Leonard Tsugouharu, “Self Portrait with Cat” (ca. 1925). 📍TOMORROW! Another World is Possible: Poetry & Prose Open Mic. 🎤 7-9pm in the galleries.
Join co-hosts Samuel Ace and Andrea Lawlor for an evening of readings by current MHC students, faculty, staff, and friends. Refreshments served! Free and open to the public; accessible space. Co-sponsored by the MHC Department of English and MHCAM. Due to the impending winter storm, the museum will be closed tomorrow, Sunday (12/1), and will reopen on Tuesday (12/3).
Image: William Wegman, “Snowy” (1979). Purchase with a National Endowment of the Arts Purchase Grant. #Repost @mhc.2020
Night at the Museum was a huge success! ✨ Thank you so much to everyone who came. Special shoutout to @divsacappella for performing and to all of the student museum guides. 📸: @skylar0324 @jvliasmith Today we say goodbye to Hermes at Rest (just for the winter 😉). Special thanks to the MHC greenhouse staff for lending a helping hand! This week in #teachingwithart our Chuck Close “Self-Portrait Screenprint” (2007) made an appearance for Professor Mara Sabariego and Professor Ken Colodner’s Neuroscience classes. Their lab, titled “An Exploration of Art and the Brain,” deconstructs how we make sense of visual information.

By covering up the screen print and revealing small squares one at a time, students tried to make sense of the larger picture...which was then fully revealed to surprised gasps!