Astronomy students at the Williams College host free shows for the public on Friday evenings at 8 pm through May 13.
Interviews with local authors that are broadcast on WilliNet-TV and at willinet.org.
Uncovers an ancient Roman conception of theater as painting-in-motion.
curator Lara Yeager-Crasselt explores the innovations in genre painting that emerged in the seventeenth-century Dutch Republic.
Explores how one’s visual perceptions in the middle period (mid-fourteenth century) formed different types of boundary-making, including social, epistemological, and religious boundaries.
Presents several case studies illustrating the attempts to achieve a new theoretical understanding of pictorial legends in Liber depictus (Cod. Vind. 370).