All of our programs are free and open to the public.
These programs take place at the Williams College Museum of Art, 15 Lawrence Hall Drive, in Williamstown, Massachusetts unless otherwise noted.
Conversation with Juliane Rebentisch
March 20, 11 am
Berlin based philosopher, Juliane Rebentisch and Associate Professor of Theater, Amy Holzapfel discuss Monika Baer’s work in relation to installation, staging, and how recent developments in art have changed the way we think about painting.
WCMA at Night
Get an offbeat art fix, pickup an artful skill, and convene with creative spirits from across campus.
A behind-the-scenes look at Monika Baer, and into the drama that plays out on stages of the literal, figurative, and painted variety.
Trace creative impulses and artistic ideas as they morph through six degrees of separation.
Curatorial Practice Today
A Conversation with Darsie Alexander
April 16, 7 pm
Darsie Alexander, former Chief Curator at the Walker Art Center and Williams alumna (MA ’91), has a close read on the subtle and dramatic shifts in artistic and curatorial practices. “Now more than ever,” she says, “institutions are looking at ways to animate the meaning of art beyond what is experienced by observing it in the first person.” Join Alexander for a conversation about meeting the challenges of contemporary museum practice, and the implications for future arts leaders.
Senior Studio Art Majors Exhibition Reception
May 16, 7–9 pm
As contemporary as it gets, this exhibition is designed and produced by this year’s senior studio art majors in the final semester of their college careers.