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MHCAM Student Guides
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Laura Shea

Mary Lee Bendolph (American, 1935- ), Construction, 2003 (detail)
Thursday
22
February
2018
4:15pm

Art Museum Galleries

Gallery Talk
The Circular Aesthetics of Mary Lee Bendolph and Toni Morrison

Kimberly Juanita Brown, Assistant Professor of English and Africana Studies, Mount Holyoke College, with special performance by Sydney Jacobs Allen ’18

Leon Dabo (American, 1868-1960), Moonlight Waterscape (detail), ca. 1900-1910
Thursday
1
March
2018
5:39pm

Art Museum Galleries
 

Gallery Talk
The Stars are Some Compensation
A Nocturne in the Form of a Walk

Gina Siepel, artist and Lecturer in Studio Art Foundations, Mount Holyoke College, with guest collaborator Sara Smith, choreographer

This 15-minute gallery talk begins at sunset (5:39 pm) and will be followed by a guided twilight walk around Upper Pond.

Henry Rox (American, 1899-1967), Girl With Flowers, 1966
Sunday
4
March
2018
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
The Material Lives of Women
Exploring the Female Legacy

Molly Libbey '18, Student Guide

Student guide in the galleries
Saturday
24
March
2018
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
What Her Gaze Contains

Simi Esan ’18, Student Guide

Mary Lee Bendolph (American, 1935- ), Grandpa Stripes, 2010 (detail)
Tuesday
27
March
2018
4:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Performance
Reading Quilts as Music

A musical program organized by violinist and Art and Community Engagement Intern, Relyn Myrthil ’19, with composer David W. Sanford, Elizabeth T. Kennan Professor of Music, Mount Holyoke College

John Meister (American, active 19th century), George Washington on His Deathbed, 1876
Saturday
7
April
2018
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
Private Lives in the Public Eye

Rachel Kim ’21, Student Guide

Mary Lee Bendolph (American, 1935- ), Husband Suit Clothes (Housetop Variation), 1990 (detail)
Sunday
8
April
2018
1:00pm to 4:00pm

Art Museum Galleries

Kids and Family Program
Community Day with Sisters in Stitches

Join us for a community celebration of spring and quilts. Enjoy family-friendly art activities, quiltmaking, and storytelling with Sisters in Stitches Joined by the Cloth—a Boston-area quilting guild—music, refreshments, and more! For all ages.

Hendrik Martensz Sorgh (Dutch, 1609/11-1670), An Inn Interior with Peasants, ca. 1641-1645
Saturday
14
April
2018
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
I See You
Expanding Empathy through Art

Mac Chambers ’19, Student Guide

David III Ryckaert (Flemish, 1612-1661), The Temptation of Saint Anthony, 1649
Saturday
21
April
2018
1:30pm

Art Museum Galleries

Sightlines Tour
Wild Thoughts
The Strange, Innovative, and Unexplained

Juliana Cordero ’18, Student Guide

Joseph Allen Skinner Museum interior
Thursday
26
April
2018
4:30pm to 6:00pm

Joseph Allen Skinner Museum, 33 Woodbridge Street

Skinner Museum
Spring Opening Reception