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MHCAM Student Guides
Photo Credit: 

Laura Shea

Unknown (Chinese), A musician playing the qin, 6th century CE
Thursday
10
March
2022
7:30pm

Virtual

Sightlines Tour

Kay Tsukamoto ’23, Student Guide

Jane Hammond (American, b. 1950), The Wonderfulness of Downtown (detail), 1996-1997
Saturday
26
February
2022
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour

Savannah Pérez ’23, Student Guide

Elizabeth Rooklidge
Tuesday
22
February
2022
5:00pm to 6:00pm

Virtual

Lecture
with curator and writer Elizabeth Rooklidge
Edward Mitchell Bannister (American, born in Canada, 1828-1901), Untitled [Rhode Island Coastal Scene] (detail), ca. 1885-1889
Saturday
19
February
2022
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour

Kay Brown '22, Student Guide

Tseng Kwong Chi (American, born China, 1950-1990), Lake Moraine, Northwest Territories, Canada (detail), 1968 (printed in 2008)
Wednesday
2
February
2022
4:30pm to 5:30pm

Virtual

Lecture; Video Available
Muna Tseng in conversation with Professor Iyko Day
Jiha Moon (South Korean, b. 1973), Nahan's Forty Winks, 2007
Thursday
18
November
2021
7:00pm to 9:00pm

Permanent Collection Galleries

Performance
Student Poetry and Prose Reading and Open Mic

Open to current MHC students, faculty, and staff

Joseph Allen Skinner Museum interior
Wednesday
3
November
2021
4:45pm to 5:30pm

The Joseph Allen Skinner Museum

Skinner Museum
In celebration of the Skinner Museum’s 75th Anniversary

With Aaron Miller, Associate Curator of Visual and Material Culture & NAGPRA Coordinator

Advance registration required; for valid MHC ID holders only

This is a rare opportunity to see the Skinner Museum this fall, which is currently closed to the public.

Lenka Clayton
Thursday
28
October
2021
5:30pm to 6:30pm

Gamble Auditorium and Virtual - video excerpt available

Falkenberg Lecture; Video Available
Long Distance Relationship
Tuesday
4
May
2021
4:30pm to 5:30pm

Virtual

Student Event

Join us for the opening event of “Long Distance Relationship,” a virtual exhibition created by Class of 2020 and 2021 students from the "Senior Studio” capstone course. Students will offer remarks about the final studio projects featured in their new online exhibition.

Miriam Schapiro (American, b. Canada, 1923-2015), Frida and Me (detail), 1990
Saturday
1
May
2021
1:30pm

Virtual

Sightlines Tour

Mamou Samaké '21, Student Guide