Art and Inclusion

The college museum is expanding its African-American art collection, thanks to Clarence Otis ’77 and Jacqui Bradley More »

Building Hope

Bright in color and sharp in structure, many of Jacob Lawrence’s works also have a dark edge. Some of the subjects in his paintings depicting black life are jagged across the canvases, seemingly sliding off the page into uncertain futures.... More »

The Williams College Music Department

At Williams, students experience a deeply communal and intensely personal relationship with music. More »

African Dance and Percussion at Williams

This course, taught by Sandra Burton and Tendai Muparutsa, deepens students' understanding of music and dance from Africa. More »

One of a Kind

LaFarge's window honors the only Williams graduate who was also President of the U.S. More »

Unearthing the Future

Two ancient reliefs in the permanent collection of the Williams College Museum of Art (WCMA) may be among the few surviving relics of a palace reportedly destroyed by the Islamic State. More »

Public Art at Williams

Explore the art on campus and nearby at Field Farm. More »

In the News

  • Paramodernities
    Robert Sterling Clark Professor of Art Carol Ockman will perform in one of choreographer Netta Yerushalmy’s installments for Paramodernities during Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, August 8-12.
  • The Lost History of Queer Chicano Artists in LA
    A new exhibit at MOCA Pacific Design Center curated by Art Professor Ondine Chavoya explores the hidden history of queer Chicanos in LA.
  • MASS MoCA’s Expansion and Williams Ties
    The Berkshire Eagle explores the college's connections to MASS MoCA in North Adams on the occasion of its recent expansion.
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