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Williams College Museum of Art


15 Lawrence Hall Drive
Williamstown, MA 01267
United States

(??.? miles from you)

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Call: 413-597-2429


Williams College Museum of Art


(??.? miles from you)

15 Lawrence Hall Drive
Williamstown, MA 01267
United States

http://wcma.williams.edu/

Call: 413-597-2429


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Why You Should Go...

The Williams College Museum of Art (WCMA) sparks new ways of thinking about art and the visual world through its innovative exhibitions, programs, publications and projects. At the heart of the Williams College&n

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Why You Should Go...

The Williams College Museum of Art (WCMA) sparks new ways of thinking about art and the visual world through its innovative exhibitions, programs, publications and projects. At the heart of the Williams College campus the museum draws on the collaborative and multidisciplinary ethos of the surrounding college to enliven the more than 14,000 works in its growing collection. The museum and its collection is a catalyst for student learning and community engagement. Situated in the rich cultural landscape of the Berkshires, WCMA is free and open to all. 

What You Should Know...

Open: Closed on: Wednesday

Hours:

10:00am - 5:00pm

10:00am - 5:00pm

10:00am - 5:00pm

Closed

10:00am - 8:00pm

10:00am - 5:00pm

10:00am - 5:00pm

Cost: Free

Access: Wheelchair

Parking: Free On-site

Available: Gift Shop

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  • The Anxiety of Influence: European and American Art, 1689-1913

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    Williams College Museum of Art

    The Anxiety of Influence: European and American Art, 1689-1913

    Williams College Museum of Art

    The Anxiety of Influence: European and American Art, 1689-1913
    Bracketed by the earliest war for control of North American and World War I, The Anxiety of Influence highlights seldom-seen treasures from WCMA's collection and illuminates the political, economic, and cultural tensions of the times. Works from Britain, France, Holland, Italy, and Spain are juxtaposed with those created in the Americas. Complex relationships--harmonious and contentious--mark the artistic exchange between Europe and America.

  • Leisure Library

    Thursday

    9:00 AM EST

    Williams College Museum of Art

    Leisure Library

    Williams College Museum of Art

    Leisure Library
    Check out an activity and linger on the patio. Enjoy a book from People's Library, lounge on the grass and play a hand of cards, challenge a friend to a game of bean bag toss, send some snail mail, or test your balance with a game of Jenga. Stop by the main entryway anytime during the museum's open hours to choose a bag and borrow it for an hour or an afternoon.

  • A People's History of Performance Art

    Thursday

    7:30 PM EST

    Williams College Museum of Art

    A People's History of Performance Art

    Williams College Museum of Art

    A People's History of Performance Art
    This live series stages iconic photographs of performance art works as tableaux vivants, turning actors into objects. Seating is limited.

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Why You Should Go...

The Williams College Museum of Art (WCMA) sparks new ways of thinking about art and the visual world through its innovative exhibitions, programs, publications and projects. At the heart of the Williams College campus the museum draws on the collaborative and multidisciplinary ethos of the surrounding college to enliven the more than 14,000 works in its growing collection. The museum and its collection is a catalyst for student learning and community engagement. Situated in the rich cultural landscape of the Berkshires, WCMA is free and open to all. 

More...

What You Should Know...

Open: Closed on: Wednesday

Hours:
10:00am - 5:00pm
10:00am - 5:00pm
10:00am - 5:00pm
Closed
10:00am - 8:00pm
10:00am - 5:00pm
10:00am - 5:00pm

Cost: Free

Access: Wheelchair

Parking: Free On-site

Available: Gift Shop

CALENDAR

  • Thu

    19

  • Fri

    20

  • Sat

    21

  • Sun

    22

  • Mon

    23

  • Tue

    24

  • Thu

    26

  • Fri

    27

  • Sat

    28

  • Sun

    29

  • Mon

    30

  • Tue

    31

  • Nov

    2

  • Nov

    3

  • More

  • The Anxiety of Influence: European and American Art, 1689-1913

    Thursday

    9:00 AM EST

    Williams College Museum of Art

    The Anxiety of Influence: European and American Art, 1689-1913

    Williams College Museum of Art

    The Anxiety of Influence: European and American Art, 1689-1913
    Bracketed by the earliest war for control of North American and World War I, The Anxiety of Influence highlights seldom-seen treasures from WCMA's collection and illuminates the political, economic, and cultural tensions of the times. Works from Britain, France, Holland, Italy, and Spain are juxtaposed with those created in the Americas. Complex relationships--harmonious and contentious--mark the artistic exchange between Europe and America.

  • Leisure Library

    Thursday

    9:00 AM EST

    Williams College Museum of Art

    Leisure Library

    Williams College Museum of Art

    Leisure Library
    Check out an activity and linger on the patio. Enjoy a book from People's Library, lounge on the grass and play a hand of cards, challenge a friend to a game of bean bag toss, send some snail mail, or test your balance with a game of Jenga. Stop by the main entryway anytime during the museum's open hours to choose a bag and borrow it for an hour or an afternoon.

  • A People's History of Performance Art

    Thursday

    7:30 PM EST

    Williams College Museum of Art

    A People's History of Performance Art

    Williams College Museum of Art

    A People's History of Performance Art
    This live series stages iconic photographs of performance art works as tableaux vivants, turning actors into objects. Seating is limited.

Show more

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