The English and music department collaborate to think critically about what words and music can do for each other.
Professor Barbara Takenaga’s low-tech printing class focuses on ideas.
Making a living as a fiction writer IS possible … if you’re determined.
South African visual activist Zanele Muholi’s intimate photographic portraits are now on view at the college museum.
In January, the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance held a photography master class for students, faculty members, and staff at Williams. The dance department’s five ensembles—CoDa, INISH, Kusika, Sankofa, and the Zambezi Marimba Band—performed as a dozen photographers honed their skills in capturing live dance. The class was taught by photographer Rosalie O’Connor, who
Students learn the rudiments of medieval stone carving from Marcel Müller, a German stone mason.
A master in the Suzuki Method of Actor Training helps students–and faculty members–become aware of their bodies.
Sophomore Paige Wilkinson experiences the thrill of seeing original works of art.