FEBRUARY 13, 2017 Dr. Carol Ockman, curator-at-large with Selby Gardens and Rob Clark Professor of Art History at Williams College, Williamstown, MA. discusses this first of its kind exhibition of Marc Chagall’s love of flowers and the natural world. Dr. Ockman will review Chagall’s life, including the various places he lived, and how that affected
Written and performed by Carol Ockman Directed by Thomas Leabhart Close encounters with stardom, my father’s suicide, and the power of objects: a drama in one act. 8 pm, Friday, April 15 and Saturday, April 16, 2016 Seaver Theatre Complex, Large Studio Pomona College 300 East Bonita Avenue Claremont, CA 91711
Laylah Ali ’91 (and Professor of art at Williams) opened a solo exhibit of new paintings at Paul Kasmin gallery in New York City.
For more information and images, see http://paulkasmingallery.com/exhibition/laylah-ali–the-acephalous-series
The book is both a tribute to Mike Glier’s long, wide-ranging career, and a glimpse into his intellectual and artistic process. Like the exhibition at the Opalka Gallery that inspired it, the book captures the spirit of each phase of Glier’s growth and exploration as an artist, by selecting representative works from throughout his career,
Sage College of Albany, 140 New Scotland Rd, Albany, NY, October 21 – December 21, 2014, Reception November 7, 6pm – 8pm For More:
Barbara Takenaga – DC Moore Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of Barbara Takenaga’s most recent paintings, which are her boldest and most diverse yet. For more.
Laylah Ali’s “John Brown Song!” launches as the most recent addition to the artists’ web series sponsored by the Dia Art Foundation. View “John Brown Song!”
“Light is a source of inspiration,” says Williams art major Nicolei Gupit ’13. “And I wanted this space to be inspirational.” Full press release.
Guy Hedreen, professor of art at Williams College, has been named a 2013 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellow for his project, “The Iambic Artist in Greek Art, Lyric Poetry, and Homeric Epic.” Full press release.
Professor Mark Haxthausen’s exhibition, Sol LeWitt: The Well-Tempered Grid, wins a first-ever Association of Art Museum Curators Awards for Excellence for the Williams College Museum of Art. Read the full press release, or see a video on Professor Haxthausen’s work.