Michael Govan ’85, director of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, has a vision for the museum that will change the cultural landscape of Los Angeles.
Journalist and author Barbara Bradley Hagerty ’81 looks at life at the midpoint and advises it’s not all that bad in her new book.
Professor of Art Liza Johnson ’92 talks about crafting her new film, “Elvis & Nixon”
Professor of Art Barbara Takenaga has a new exhibition at DC Moore Gallery in New York City.
The New York Times reports on the unearthed work of Abbott Handerson Thayer now on exhibit at WCMA.
Kevin B. Lee ’97 has raised the video essay to an art form, including his work on “Transformers: The Premake.”
Where comfort meets discomfort is where you will find Art Professor Laylah Ali ’91 in this Juxtapoz Magazine interview.
A Williams class that combined art history and the economics of the art market is featured in this recent Wall Street Journal story.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Class of 1946 Environmental Fellow in Residence Elizabeth Kolbert talks climate change.
Judd Greenstein ’01, Joshua Frankel ’02 and Will Rawls ’00 are mounting a new opera tracing the mid-century fight between Robert Moses and Jane Jacobs over New York City’s landscape.