A conversation for students, faculty, and staff of Williams College to reckon with the histories surfaced in "“The Field is the World:” Williams, Hawaiʻi, and Material Histories in the Making."
Diana Al Hadid (American, b. Aleppo, Syria 1981), gives a talk on "Delirious Matter", four public art sculptures temporarily installed on the Williams campus.
Healoha Johnston, Interim Director of Curatorial Affairs, Curator of the Arts of Hawaiʻi, Oceania, Africa, and the Americas, Honolulu Museum of Art
This program series, presented in conjunction with “The Field is the World: Williams, Hawai’i, and Material Histories in the Making,” explores how methods of collecting and displaying material artifacts impact past and present narratives.
Meet our new Class of 1956 Director Pamela Franks and celebrate our fall exhibitions: The Field is the World, Kay Sage: Serene Surrealist, Anicka Yi: Our Love Is Bigger Than an AIDS Quilt, Diana Al-Hadid: Delirious Matter, and Object Lab.
The Plonsker Family Lecture Series in Contemporary Art, established in 1994 by Madeleine Plonsker, Harvey Plonsker ’61 and their son, Ted Plonsker ’86, examines current issues in contemporary art.
The Pittsburgh-based art collective General Sisters initiates an exchange of perspectives and nourishment at WCMA with this celebratory community workshop and conversation. Rather than host a conventional opening event tied to a specific exhibition, General Sisters will invite the museum to open itself—over and over and over again.