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Current Exhibitions

The Museum is currently closed. Please enjoy our virtual exhibitions.

Deer under vitrine
28
September
2021
Through
15
December
2021

Anne Greer and Fredric B. Garonzik Family Gallery

Rosamond Purcell has spent a lifetime creating photographs, sculpture, and texts about collectors and collections. This exhibition presents photographs from Purcell’s multiyear exploration of the diverse collections accumulated by Joseph Allen Skinner. Purcell’s work reveals new discoveries and finds beauty in the overlooked.

28
September
2021
Through
30
June
2022

Harriet L. and Paul M. Weissman Gallery

Lenka Clayton (b. 1977), a British-American conceptual artist based in Pittsburgh, has committed her work, whether sculpture, drawings, video, or performance, to uncovering hidden truths about everyday life. One of Clayton’s methods is exploring museum collections and their histories.

Tseng Kwong Chi (American, born China, 1950-1990), Lake Moraine, Northwest Territories, Canada (detail), 1968 (printed in 2008)
26
February
2021
Through
15
December
2021

Front Gallery

During the 2019–2020 academic year, eight Mount Holyoke College professors participated in a year-long faculty seminar in collaboration with the museum, and centered on art acquisition. Throughout the year, faculty members engaged in critical dialogue around the pedagogical needs of their classrooms and the resource of the collection, introducing art and material culture new to the museum that would support their teaching.

A teal background with dark green curvy and irregular concentric circular on the left side. On the bottom right, white text that reads "Skinner Museum 75: The Joseph Allen Skinner Museum at Mount Holyoke College."
28
September
2021
Through
25
June
2023

Harriet L. and Paul M. Weissman Gallery

This exhibition series celebrates the landmark bequest of the Joseph Allen Skinner Museum to the College in 1946.