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Division III Profile: Jennifer Maxwell Takes 'One Step Forward'
Project combines art, animation, and computer science to create a community animated film built from art made by people recovering from mental illness
Professor Ravett's 'Holding Hands With Ilse' To Premiere at Multicultural Film Fest
Documentary centered on Ravett's family emigration story and a mystery dating back to World War II will debut April 19 at UMass Amherst
Hampshire Named Top 10 School to Study Game Design by Princeton Review and PC Gamer
Schools were ranked by a range of criteria including academics, facilities, career services, and technology
Professor Michael Lesy's Historic Stereography Exhibit Presented by California Museum of Photography
New exhibit and book are drawn from Lesy’s Guggenheim Fellowship researching the largest surviving archive of stereoscopic photographs
Experimental Dance Show by Dean Slepian and Collaborators To Premiere This Week
Slepian contributed interactive media and sculpture to the evening-length, multidisciplinary performance by the troupe Adele Myers and Dancers
Hampshire Alum Curates Exhibit by Professor Sara Greenberger Rafferty at SUNY New Paltz
Rafferty and curator Andrew Ingall will lead a gallery talk at The Dorsky Museum on Saturday, April 1
Animated Film Takes Owen Neuburger from Div III to Pixar
Learning to make a film from conception to completion as his Hampshire capstone prepared him for animating features at the groundbreaking studio
Hampshire College Events: January-March 2017
Spring term 2017 begins with a range of campus events produced by students and faculty: plays, exhibits, concerts, lectures, and conferences
To Beat The Band
From Non Satis Scire, The Hampshire College Alumni Magazine, Fall 2016
Alum Exhibit Explores Humanity, Nature in the Post-Industrial Moment
Hampshire College Art Gallery presents exhibit of immersive video artworks on display until November 10
Professor Ellis Recognized for Blending Social Media in Humanities
Ellis used a Mellon Foundation grant to enable students to practice blended learning of digital tools like Pinterest in her contemporary women's fiction class
New Faculty Q&A with Jennifer Bajorek
Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature Jennifer Bajorek talks photography and decolonization, art and politics, and riding a motorcycle in high heels.
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