Category: Eph Expressions

WALLS Round Up Part 3: Overheard in Student Rooms

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WALLS Interview #3


Sam Steakley with his WALLS Artwork. Pia Fries (b. 1955), Rake, 2007. Color soap ground and spit bite aquatints with photogravure and roulette. Museum Purchase, Fulkerson Fund for Leadership in the Arts.

Well, I was one of the crazy people. I was the third person in the line, behind the people in a tent.

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WALLS Round Up Part 2: “Tweeting” the Experience

We checked in with students to ask them to reflect and sum up their WALLS experience in a “tweet.” Here’s a roundup of some of their responses.

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WALLS Interview #2

Student: Emily Dugdale, Class of 2014.
Majors: Political Science and International Studies (Concentration)

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WALLS Interview #1

Mamma Andersson and Jockum Nordström, Faces, 2010_x450

How did you select your artwork? I went to the exhibit beforehand and looked at the catalog, thinking that I wanted something… “stuffier”—one of the more well known, formal pieces like…

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WALLS Round Up Part 1: Students Getting to Know Their Artworks

Okada, Untitled, 1969_x500

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Recollections: Works at WCMA Donated by Reunion Class Alumni

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This semester, I curated a pop-up exhibition for Williams College alumni reunion weekend. The reasons behind such an exhibition were relatively straightforward: WCMA has been lucky enough to benefit from generations of alumni donations and this show allowed us to celebrate this legacy of giving.

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Senior Studio Art Show 2013


Catch the senior studio art show 11 Reasons to Become an Investment Banker, which is on view through June 2, 2013.

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WCMA’s Rich Collection

James Tissot (French, 1836–1902), Ces Dames des chars à l'hippodrome, ca. 1885, etching with drypoint, Williams College Museum of Art, Gift of David Tunick, Class of 1966, in honor of S. Lane Faison, Jr., Class of 1929._x300

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WCMA Close up Challenge Revealed

William Morris Hunt (American, 1824-1879), Niagara Falls, 1878, oil on canvas, Gift of the estate of J. Malcolm Forbes. (61.7)_x550

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