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Alumni Artists Use Found Objects in Library Gallery Exhibit
Exhibit by two alumni artists features works linked to contemporary culture, sustainability, and the history of the found object in art.
New Exhibit Showcases Young Photographers from Vietnam
Exhibit of photographs from a workshop led by Hampshire College alum Jamie Maxtone-Graham opens February 17.
'Art Questions' Course Provides Sweeping, Immersive Arts Experience
Professor Koehler's course was awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) “Enduring Questions” grant, awarded to only 11 percent of applicants nationwide and funding only about 20 projects annually
Exhibit by photographer using 19th century processes opens at Hampshire Model gallery
Works by Mary Frey look at taxidermied animals and forensic facial reconstructions
Sensenich Examines Native American History and its Absence from U.S. Schools
The overlooked populace of Native Americans was the subject of the Div III project by Jennifer Sensenich
Valentin-Escobar Exhibit Named Top 20 Museum Show of 2015 by Art Media
Professor Wilson Valentín-Escobar's exhibit is named among the best of 2015 by prominent critics and publications
Art meets science in alum's artworks, ventures
Artist Julia Buntaine has launched nonprofit ventures cultivating partnerships between science and art communities
Experimental Pinhole Photo Exhibit by Hampshire Alum to Debut at Campus Gallery
An exhibition of pinhole photographs captured by Hampshire College alum Kate P. Freedberg opens in the Leo Model Gallery on November 18.
Prof. kara lynch's Work Part of "FAVT: Future Africa Visions in Time" Exhibit
Lynch's work is currently on display at the German Center for Contemporary African Art.
Karen Marshall's Exhibit 'Between Girls: A Passage to Womanhood 1985-2015' on View at Hampshire
Hampshire alum Karen Marshall's 30-year photographic meditation on friendship on view at Hampshire College.
Exhibition on the 'Young Lords' Curated by Prof. Wilson Valentín-Escobar
"¡Presente! The Young Lords in New York," is curated by Hampshire Prof. Wilson Valentín-Escobar at the Loisaida Inc. as part of a three part series focusing on the Puerto Rican nationalist group the Young Lords.
Exhibition Opening, Hampshire College, Friday, July 10
For their capstone projects, students of Hampshire's Institute for Curatorial Practice produced digital exhibitions for the web and the Projection Gallery at Hampshire College.
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