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MHCAM Student Guides
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Laura Shea

Oscar Kunath (German, 1830-1904), He Does Not Return (detail), 1867
Saturday
23
March
2019
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
The Art of the Hidden Story

Sommer Byers '21, Student Guide
 

Martine Gutierrez (American, b. 1989), Line Up 5 (detail), 2014
Thursday
28
March
2019
5:30pm

Gamble Auditorium

Lecture
My Sis: An Artist Talk by Martine Gutierrez
Daniel Seiter (Austrian, 1649-1705), Saint Sebastian Tended by Saint Irene (detail), ca. 1680
Saturday
30
March
2019
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
Sinners and Saints: Exploring Morality in Art

Anya Nandkeolyar ’19, Student Guide

Unknown (American), Birds of Mary Lyon's Time parlor dome, 1845
Thursday
4
April
2019
4:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Gallery Talk
Faculty in Conversation: The Non-Human

Elizabeth Klarich, Five College Associate Professor of Anthropology, and Elizabeth Young, Carl M. and Elsie A. Small Professor of English

George Inness (American, 1825-1894), Saco Ford: Conway Meadows (detail), 1876
Saturday
13
April
2019
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
Out of Sight

Prokriti Shyamolima ’19, Student Guide

William De Morgan (British; English, 1839-1917), Iznik-inspired tile (detail), 1882-1888 design; 1898 production
Saturday
20
April
2019
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
On Authenticity

Kiran Penman ’19, Student Guide

Joan Snyder (American, b. 1940), Can We Turn our Rage to Poetry? (detail), 1985
Friday
26
April
2019
7:00pm to 9:00pm

Museum Galleries

Performance
Trans + Queer Poetry and Prose Marathon Reading and Open Mic

Hosted by creative writing faculty Samuel Ace & Andrea Lawlor. Co-sponsored by the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum and the MHC Department of English.

Masamitu Kano, also known as Eishunsai (Japanese, d. 1765), Six-fold screen with scenes from Tale of Genji (detail), mid 18th century
Saturday
27
April
2019
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
Performing Art(s): Capturing the Ephemeral

Hailey Simmons ’19, Student Guide