Get the MHCAM experience no matter where you are! Take a spin through the galleries past and present with our 3D Museum, tour the Skinner Museum, or discover our Sightlines Tours and virtual exhibitions created by students and faculty. Start exploring today and keep coming back as we add more content. Scroll down to see the full list of options.
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An extract from the 2021 Patricia and Edward Falkenberg Lecture (October 28, 2021)
Virtual exhibition created by Class of 2020 and 2021 students in "Senior Studio” capstone course.
In collaboration with art faculty Lisa Iglesias and Ligia Bouton
Designed by Nina Frank
Reading Narrative in Japanese Screen Painting
On the first episode of Art And..., Mollie Wohlforth '19 sits down in the galleries with Student Guides Prokriti Shyamolima '19 and Hailey Simmons '19 to discuss a pair of six-fold screens with scenes from the Tale of Genji (left screen and right screen). Listen as they analyze the narrative and the visual techniques employed by the artist, Kano Masamitsu.
Scroll down to listen on Soundcloud, or subscribe on Apple Podcasts.
Conversation between artist Aram Han Sifuentes and Associate Professor of Art Lisa Iglesias
Conversation between artist Hector Dionicio Mendoza and Associate Professor of Latina/o Studies David Hernandez
Virtual exhibition created by students in “Psych-349 / Music-321: Art, Music, and the Brain,” co-taught by Mara Breen (Associate Professor of Psychology and Education) and Adeline Mueller (Assistant Professor of Music), Spring 2020
In collaboration with Ellen Alvord
Designed by Nina Frank
View 3D models of the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum from 2019 to the present, as well as a 3D model of the Joseph Allen Skinner Museum.
Introductory tour of the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum
Narrated by Ellen Alvord and Aaron Miller and produced by Nina Frank
Introductory tour of the Joseph Allen Skinner Museum
Filmed by Meridith Richter with narration by Aaron F. Miller
Exhibition tour with Associate Professor of History Desmond Fitz-Gibbon, co-curator of "Money Matters: Meaning, Power, and Change in the History of Currency," conceived with students in his course “History 252: History of Money and Finance,” Spring 2019.
Filmed by Zach Matys and edited by Meridith Richter
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