Visiting Artists and Scholars

Scholars and artists from around the world visit Mount Holyoke College to share their current research and practice where arts and technology intersect. These programs are free and open to all who are interested in the wide spectrum of creative and digital arts.

Past Workshops

Gina Kamentsky discussing the process of film production

Cameraless Animation Workshop and Artist Talk

An artist talk and hands-on workshop by Boston independent filmmaker Gina Kamentsky.

Past Lectures

Lakshmi Padmanabhan

Lakshmi Padmanabhan, Brown University

"Otherness Machines: Postcolonial Feminist Experiments with the Moving Image"
Hannah Goodwin: "Missing, Altered, Cloned, Fragmented: Spectral Bodies of Digitized Women”

Hannah Goodwin, Brown University

“Missing, Altered, Cloned, Fragmented: Spectral Bodies of Digitized Women”
Camilo Diaz Pinto

Camilo Diaz Pino, UW–Madison

“Animexico: Japanese Animation’s Trajectory to and through Mexico City”
Kelsey Cameron: "Corporeal Networks: Digital Media's Marked Bodies"

Kelsey Cameron, University of Pittsburgh

"Corporeal Networks: Digital Media's Marked Bodies"
Wazhmah Osman

Wazhmah Osman, Temple University

“Local Knowledge in the Global Village: Thinking through Media Studies, Digital Media, and Human Rights”