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Collections, Connections, and (at least) One Collision: NSS Summer 2016
Non Satis Scire, Hampshire's Alumni Magazine, Summer 2016
Hampshire Acquires Works by Renowned Artist and Illustrator Barry Moser
Select works will debut as a special exhibit in the Hampshire College Art Gallery the first week of June
End-Of-Year Events Feature Div III Concerts, Exhibits, More
Events include the release of this year’s edition of the literary and visual arts journal The Reader
Division III Art Exhibitions Now on Display in Library Gallery
Exhibitions will be rotating in and out of gallery until April 30
Matthews Retirement Exhibit Reflects on Her Time at Hampshire
Sandra Matthews's retirement exhibit will be presented in the Leo Model Gallery from March 22 to April 15 with an opening reception on March 24
Troncoso's International Exhibit and Capstone Research Celebrate Blackness in Cuba
Aurelis Troncoso’s second study abroad trip to Cuba unexpectedly paved the way for a third, funded by an Ethics and the Common Good grant, where she curated and premiered an international exhibit.
Hampshire College Events: February and March 2016
Hampshire students are producing a range of events this term, from performances to conferences to exhibits and more
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
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