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Bibliotecaphilia at MASS MoCA

Diagnosis by Jena Priebe

This exhibition is the brainchild of Allie Foradas, MA ’15.

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Professor and Artist Mike Glier’s Retrospective Extended

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Professor Mike Glier’s retrospective at the Olpaka Gallery has been extended to Feb. 8. Check out the review in the Times Union.

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Poet Claudia Rankine ’86

Poet Claudia Rankine, Williams Class of 1986

Rankine discusses poetry as a way of responding to racism and inequality on PBS.

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‘Straight White Men,’ with set designed by theatre professor David Gurcay-Morris ’96, opens at the Public Theater.

Straight White Men at the Public Theater

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Joe Thompson ’81 Unveils an Expansive Vision for MASS MoCA

Joe Thompson at MASS MoCA

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Professor Brad Wells’ Roomful of Teeth Performs on NPR

Roomful of Teeth at NPR's tiny desk concert

Tiny Desk Concerts are intimate video performances recorded live at All Songs Considered on NPR.

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Maggie Adler ’99, MA ’11 at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art

artist benito and curator maggie adler

Assistant curator Maggie Adler teamed up with artist Benito Huerta for an unusual exhibition.

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Mike Glier: A 35 Year Survey

Mike Glier's artwork

Mike Glier: A 35 Year Survey is now on view through Feb. 6, 2015 at the Opalka Gallery.

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Publication Studio Sets Up Shop at the Williams College Museum of Art

Publication Studio

Publication Studio is an on-demand press that prints, binds, and publishes original work of all kinds. WCMA’s Rotunda, the site of the college’s original library, becomes its latest hub.

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WCMA’s Assyrian Relief on View at the MET

Assyrian Relief from WCMA

Among the first and oldest works of art in the Williams College Museum of Art’s collection, the two Assyrian bas-reliefs were created for the Northwest Palace of Ashurnasirpal II, ruler of the Assyrian Empire from 883–859 BCE. The bird-headed relief is now on loan to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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