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Welcome to mhcameo, the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum blog. Here we post about unique happenings, including behind-the-scenes looks at our exhibitions, close examinations of objects from the collection, and art-related chats with alumnae, faculty, and students. Sign-up below for blog alerts and take a regular peek at mhcameo!

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Barton Lidice Benes, AIDS (Reliquarium), 1999
Monday
18
May
2020
Looking Closely, Thinking Textually: A Museum Session with "Poetry and Image"
Kendra Weisbin

In February 2020, students enrolled in Visiting Lecturer Sam Ace's "Poetry and Image” course had the opportunity to look closely and think analytically about Barton Lidice Benes's AIDS Museum (Reliquarium) at the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum.

Maker Unknown (Yomat Turkmen), Asmalyk, 19th century
Tuesday
1
August
2017
A 19th-Century Turkmen Asmalyk
Kendra Weisbin

In this Objects of Our Affection post, Associate Curator of Education Kendra Weisbin weaves together the history of a beautiful 19th-century textile—a 2017 gift to MHCAM—and her own cultivation as a specialist and enthusiast of Islamic carpets.