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Virtual Exhibition
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Student-Curated Exhibition
Poetry and the Image: Formations of Identity
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Benton Spruance (American, 1904-1967), City in the Rain, 1932
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Jump past Instagram images to the footer. 💻 VIRTUAL EXHIBITION feature: “Anthropology in/of Museums: A Selection of Object-Based Research Projects” created with Sabra Thorner, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, and her students. This exhibition showcases student research and final presentations on Melanesian objects in the Museum’s collection, which they were able to view in person this past March. See the objects they worked with here and explore the full exhibition on our website! #virtualexhibition #museumfromhome #anthropology
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📷: Bark belt, 20th c.; Boat Carving, 20th c.; Mask, 20th c.; Painted Head 20th c. (all artists unknown). Photos by Laura Shea. Introducing your #skinnerweird Matchup Champion 🏆: Desiccated Wedding Cake. According to our Associate Curator Aaron Miller, in 1887 Joseph Allen Skinner married Martha Hubbard and the newlyweds kept a piece of their wedding cake as a memento. More than 100 years later, this mummified piece of cake is one of the 7,000 objects in the collection. #howromantic 🍰 💥FLASHBACK FRIDAY to our fantastic student guide, A’mara Braynen, using Mary Ann Unger’s “Black Heart (Mitosis Series No. 5)” in her Sightlines Tour, “Counter Stories: Art Reframed.” In the coming weeks, we will be sharing student guide Sightlines Tours (via videos and blog posts) on our website!
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#maryannunger #maryannungerestate #sculpture #blackheart #mhcam #mhc #galleryguides #studentguides 🎥 NEW VIDEO (link in bio): Broom Jumpers: A Conversation with Bisa Butler. Ever since its MHCAM debut in January, “Broom Jumpers” has been a visitor favorite. Now you can learn all about the inspiration behind the work and Bisa’s intricate quilting process as she talks with our Associate Curator, Stephanie Sparling Williams!
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@claireolivergallery @bisabutler @mtholyoke #bisabutler #bisabutlerquilts #claireolivergallery #quilt #blackportraiture #fiberart #artistinconversation #mhcam #mhcamathome #mhc 🎉On this day in 1862, Joseph Allen Skinner was born. To celebrate Skinner and his eccentric collection we want to know what is the WEIRDEST and possibly CREEPIEST 👀 😱 👀 object in the collection. Starting at 2pm, check out our Instagram Story to vote in the first round of #skinnerweird matchups! This week we conclude our throwback celebration of MHC’s 2018-19 Leading Woman in the Arts, internationally acclaimed artist Joan Jonas ’58, sponsored by the Weissman Center for Leadership. In October 2018, Jonas ‘58 presented her illuminating lecture on her artistic career and lifelong inspirations, in conjunction with her solo exhibition at the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum.
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Watch the lecture on our website and be as mesmerized as the live audience was that special evening (link in bio). Pictured here are Jonas ‘58, MHC President Sonya Stephens, and Harriet (‘58) and Paul Weissman.
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