July 5, 5 pm
Professor of Religion Jason Josephson Storm looks at the history of depictions of spirits, fallen angels, and other supernatural creatures.
July 12, 5 pm
Caroline Hamilton, archivist at Jacob’s Pillow, talks about the care and conservation of old works of art.
Ethology: Animal behavior
July 19, 5 pm
Professor of Philosophy and Cognitive Science Joseph Cruz shares the science behind animal minds and actions.
Doxology: Liturgical praise
July 26, 5 pm
Pastor Mark Longhurst and artist Brad Wells craft a communal, experiential response to the museum’s exhibitions.
August 2, 5 pm
Artist Andrew Beccone showcases Reanimation Library, a collection of outdated and discarded books.
August 9, 5 pm
Art historian Elizabeth McGowan and artist Amy Podmore, co-chairs of the Williams College Art Department, take on the age-old question: “what makes good art?”
August 16, 5 pm
Ezra Feldman, Professor of English, digs into the possibilities for narrativizing museum visits and encounters with art.
August 23, 5 pm
Professor of Philosophy Alan White unpacks the meaning and many definitions of beauty.
July 5, 6-8 pm
Falcons on the patio with bird songs performed by local band, House Sparrow.
July 12, 6-8 pm
An immersive social sculpture by artist Natalie Falero explores the relationships between mental health and sanctuary.
July 19, 6-8 pm
Musicians create an improvisational sound experience in response to bodies in motion.
July 26, 6-8 pm
A sipping showdown with some of the best bartenders in the region.
Herbology: Plants as remedy
August 2, 6-8 pm
The Hudson-based Good Fight Herb Co. showcases herbal remedies and the potential of plants to heal.
August 9, 6-8 pm
The Troy-based 22 2nd St Wine Co. pairs wines with works of art from our collection.
August 16, 6-8 pm
A multimedia sound and projection experience by artists and musicians Francesca Olsen and Joe Aidonidis.
Typtology: Spirit communication
August 23, 6-8 pm
A live performance by artists Ben Ripley and Nyugen Smith explores themes of reflection, gazing, colonialism, and how arts organizations deal with conversation around evolving views of complicated histories.