An examination of Willy Lott’s House, an enigmatic work by British artist John Constable.
Thursday, February 16, 2017
58 years after one of the most exiting years in jazz history, a group of Williams Jazz Faculty offer a musical moment called “59+58.”
Film Series at Oldcastle: See Dustin Hoffman, play his most challenging part, a woman in Tootsie
In this unexpectedly uplifting film, six hospice patients unlock their pasts and illuminate their dreams through song.
La La Land is a full singing and dancing musical that manages to feel classic and modern at the same time. Nominated for 14 Oscars!
Astronomy students at the Williams College host free shows for the public on Friday evenings at 8 pm through May 13.
An exhibition of mostly urban paintings of Adams, North Adams, and Williamstown by Robert H. Lafond.
A series of studio portraits made using a technique that blurs the line between photography and painting.
Installations by seven artists in transitional spaces throughout MASS MoCA investigating ways to actively inhabit this state of “just passing through.”
Japanese Impressions will be the first exhibition in the history of the Clark to focus specifically on Japanese prints.
Colombian-born, Miami-based artist Federico Uribe’s magical, colorful, sculptural menagerie of animals.
Ghana ThinkTank is an international collective that “develops the first world” by flipping conventional power dynamics.
Explores what the museum prioritized in those two years, why, and how we infer meaning from this or any archive.
The artist known for his wearable sculptures called Soundsuits turns expectations inside out at MASS MoCA in a massive immersive installation; not a single Soundsuit will be found in this exhibition.