Museum Mania for first years, September 4, 2018

Innovation.
Transformation.
Engagement.

Learning at the intersection
of art and ideas.
New Exhibition Now Open!
Life/Like
Photographs by Martine Gutierrez
Martine Gutierrez (American, b. 1989), Girl Friends (Rosella & Palma 1) (detail), 2014
Friday, February 8, 4:30pm
Mount Holyoke Afire: Opening Reception
Hinchliff Reception Hall, Museum Lobby
Professor Mignon Talbot and students after the Williston Hall fire, December 1917
Saturday, February 16, 1:30 pm
Living Objects
Sightlines Tour
Unknown (British; English), Pitcher, ca. 1810
Thursday, January 31, 7:30pm
Mirror Piece I & II
Joan Jonas '58 Restages Her Ground-Breaking Performance Pieces
Performance view of Mirror Piece I (1969), Loeb Student Center, New York University, New York, 1969
Get to know us better
Collection Highlights and Special Collections
Tour over 400 works of art
Hendrick Andriessen (Flemish, 1607-1655), Vanitas Still Life, ca. 1650 (detail)
New Intern Insights Blog
Stories Behind the Stones
By LYNK Curatorial Intern Priscilla Zhang
Maker Unknown (Tibetan or Indian), Mani stone dedicated to Rinchen Gyatso (detail), 19th century or earlier

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Jump past Instagram images to the footer. A new year calls for a new selection of works on view! Be sure to check out the @mhcartmuseum when it reopens on January 15th, 2019 to see what’s changed in the permanent collection galleries. From Southwestern pottery to Native American basketry to objects created by indigenous Alaskans, we have some wonderful new works on view that we can’t wait for you to see! Please note that the @mhcartmuseum will be closed for the holidays beginning on December 18, 2018 and will reopen on January 15, 2019. We look forward to seeing you in the new year! Image: Kikugawa Eizan (Japanese, 1787–1867), Happy birthday to artist Minerva  Chapman (1858–1947)! Chapman studied at Mount Holyoke from 1876–1878 and went on to study painting at the Art Institute of Chicago. She became a highly successful painter of portrait miniatures and was one of the first American women to be elected a member of the esteemed Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts. While better known for her watercolor portraits, Chapman employs oil paint in this 1913 work, titled “Woman Polishing Pots,” allowing her to experiment with light & abstract forms. #artistbirthday @mhcartmuseum We’ve received some great visits from @mtholyoke classes in the past few weeks! Seen here are students in Terre Vandale’s “Sight-Specific Dance” class responding to @mhcartmuseum artworks through movement. #movementbasedlearning #objectbasedlearning #teachingwithart #classes If you are looking for a way to spend time with family or loved ones this holiday season, the @mhcartmuseum has an idea for you! Join us tomorrow from 1:30-3:30 PM for our annual Family Day event! To celebrate this year’s theme, Feeling the need to express yourself? Want to support fellow @mtholyoke students, staff, & faculty? Join us for