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Div III Profile: Sean Seid's Interpretations of Colonial American Music
Seid combined music and ethnography to study and perform 18th century music
Div III Profile: Isaiah Mann, GlowLime Games, and Defender's Light
Mann co-founded the GlowLime gaming collective at the Five Colleges, and helped design a number of original video games
Student-Driven Theatre On Display in Hampshire’s Theatre Board
A committee of students programs the College's theater season each year and oversees operations and budget
Division III Profile: May Hemler's "Be My Body, Read My Books"
Hemler's project seeks to change perceptions of disabled people using large-format photography
Professor Annie Rogers on Language and Art by Patients in Psychosis
Rogers will present slides of art from within psychosis from her book Incandescent Alphabets: Psychosis and the Enigma of Language on Thursday, April 27
Professor Koehler Named Visiting Senior Fellow at the National Gallery of Art
Karen Koehler will conduct summer research in Washington, D.C., on the architect Walter Gropius, founder of the Bauhaus School of Art
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 to Host National Symposium on Black Aesthetics
Event will examine artistic and social-political themes across disciplines such as African American studies, literature, and philosophy, across media such as architecture, painting, and sound
Filmmaker's Panel on Islamophobia, Being Muslim in America
Pakistani American filmmaker Mara Ahmed will speak on a panel with Hampshire and Smith faculty and screen her film about the partition of India
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
Summer Programs Offer Intensive Experiences Across Disciplines
Students can learn screenwriting, social justice activism, curatorial practice, metalworking, linguistics, biology, and more
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