Art Events

Current Events

Classical Vocal Music of India
Friday, April 18th, 2014
Abbey Chapel, 8:00PM
Pandits Rajan & Sajan Mishra with Pandit Ashis Sengupta on the Tabla
and Shri Vyasamurti Katti on the Harmonium
Free and Open to the
Public
This concert is generously supported by: Five Colleges Lecture Fund; Mount Holyoke College Weissman Center for Leadership, Art History Program, Dean of Faculty, Inclusiveness Initiative Fund, Asian Studies Program, Film Studies Program, Religion Department; Amherst College Hamilton Fund & Music Department; Smith College Music Department; Hampshire College Film/Video/Photography Program.

Thursday, November 14, 2013, 220 Art Building
Interested in pursuing graduate work in Art History or Museum Studies at a master's program?
Marc Gotlieb,
Williams College Director of the M.A. Program will join us for a Reception and Q&A.
Some of the subjects he will address: What admissions committees look for in applicants, costs and imaginitive ways to finance graduate work, the advantages of a master's program over a PhD program, opportunities for research and teaching, jobs and job placements, the typical curriculum and sequence of
graduate work, and more. Bring your questions!
Refreshments will be served.

Tuesday, November 5, 2013, 211 Media Lab, Art Building
Art History and Architectural Studies Prospective Majors Tea
Meet faculty and majors, learn more about the course of study and spring course offerings.
Join us for lively discussion and refreshments!

Thursday, September 19, 2013, Gamble Auditorium, 5:00PM
Archaeological Institute of America Lecture with John Younger, Professor of Classics and Academic Director of Jewish Studies at the University of Kansas
"The Temple of Zeus at Olympia: an Archaeological Biography"

New observations about the original appearance of the Temple of Zeus with its spectacular sculptures and tracing its fate in succeeding centuries when it was converted into a fort, left to deteriorate within a Byzantine village, and damaged by earthquakes and floods.

Past Events

Professor Lynne Lancaster
Ohio University
"Out of Africa: How Roman Olive Oil Production Created Architectural Innovation"
Thursday, March 7th 2013, 4:30 PM
Gamble Auditorium, Mount Holyoke College

AIA Lecture Hosted by the Mount Holyoke College Classics Department

Dena M. Woodall

Anatomy of an Exhibition:Making "Princes and Paupers: The Art of Jacques Callot"
Join us as Dena Woodall, curator at the Houston Museum of Fine Art, discusses her upcoming exhibition on the technically innovative etchings of Jacques Callot, a seventeeth-century artist who revolutionized printmaking and was facinated by a broad range of themes, from paupers to princes.
Thursday, November 29, 2012
4:30PM in 220 Art Building
Reception to follow

Art History and Architectural Studies Pre-Registration Tea
Time and Date TBA, Lounge, Art Building

Designer's Lecture Series Fall Semester 2012: Regenerative Design & Adaptive Reuse
All lectures, meetings and documentary showings are open and free to all. Refreshments will be provided.

Lecture: "Regenerative Design & Adaptive Reuse" by Stephanie Brown
Wednesday, September 26, 6pm-7pm in Room 220, Art Building

Meeting: 1st Meeting of the Architecture Club & the Green Group
Wednesday, October 10, 6pm-7pm in Media Lab, Art Building

Senior's Lecture: Haibei Peng & Lusha Sun "Three Years of Design"
Friday, October 19, 6pm-7pm in Room 220, Art Building

Field trip: Visit to MASSMoCA & The Clarke Art Museum
Saturday, November 3, all day

Meeting: 2nd Meeting of the Architecture Club & the Green Group
Wednesday, November 14, 6pm-7pm in Media Lab, Art Building

Documentary Showing: "Dirt, the Movie!" & Follow-up Discussion
Wednesday, November 28, 6pm-7:30pm in Room 220, Art Building

The InterArts Council has published its “Artslive at Mount Holyoke” brochure for spring 2012, an overview of what’s going on in the galleries, on the stages, and on screen. Pick up your copy at the Art Lounge or the Library today!

This is not all-inclusive so keep an eye on the electronic all-campus calendar.