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And as someone who's spent her career in Middle America, she does not share the unfavorable opinion of the Bentonville area voiced by Kevin Murphy, who was the museum's curator of American art until leaving in 2013 for Williams College Museum of Art in Williamstown, Massachusetts.
WILLIAMS COLLEGE MUSEUM OF ART March 7-August 16 * Curated by Matt Wrbican * Given the attention afforded every aspect of Andy Warhol's diverse production and legacy, it is surprising that his engagement with books has taken so long to come to the fore.
A new Williams College Museum of Art program is experimenting with the relationships between people and art: Rather than viewing a number of pieces of art in a gallery setting for an hour or two, how would a person feel about a piece hanging in their home for several months?
Her work has been widely exhibited internationally and is represented in a number of collections, including the Williams College Museum of Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Fries Museum, and the Kodak Museum of Art.
Kidspace at WCMA: Artistic Curiosity, through April 21, Teaching with Art:The Persian Image, through May 12, Painting Between the Lines, through June 9, Picture: Literature, through June 9, and Labeltalk 2013: India, through July 21, Williams College Museum of Art, Willlamstown, Mass.
WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS.: Those who visit the exhibition of William Kentridge prints on view at the Williams College Museum of Art until Aug.
The Directors for the Williams College Museum of Art (Moving Pictures is the eponymous catalogue to the exhibition held at the college in 2005; a DVD accompanies the collection) are not unlike the Salmagundi artists of 1910 when they write: 'To see familiar art in new ways is what keeps us coming back.
A short drive to the north is the Williams College Museum of Art, featuring now until the end of October, "Jackson Pollock at Williams College." It's a great opportunity to see three of Pollock's drip paintings, and how the Williamstown Art Conservation Center conserved them.
Published in conjunction with a 2005-2007 exhibition organized by the Williams College Museum of Art, this volume addresses the rich topic of comparisons across theater, film, and the visual arts during the late 19th century and the beginning of the 20th.
The question is confounding: Each has its unique qualities and characteristics and stands on its own, but an innovative new exhibit at The Williams College Museum of Art boldly places paintings alongside early films to show how artists and audiences of the late 1800s-early 1900s bounced back and forth between the two media, according to Nancy Mowll Mathews, the Eugenie Prendergast Senior Curator of 19th and 20th Century Art at the Williamstown, MA-based museum (www.wcma.org).
The Williams College Museum of Art held a provocative exhibition on Hitler's art and artistic background (curated by Deborah Menaker Rothschild).
Narratives of a Negress by Kara Elizabeth Walker (The Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College; Williams College Museum of Art; The MIT Press, April 2003, ISBN 0-262-02540-X).