Foundations in Video Production

Public Video Screening

A square photo of four works of art

6 PM - 8 PM • Friday, December 3, 2021 • Stirn Auditorium

Final projects by students in the ARHA/FAMS course “Foundations in Video Production.” Videos by:

Catherine Charnoky
David Dang
John Koomson
Abel Legesse
Helena Ravix
Cristian Serda
Malaya Imran
Grace LeCates
Piper Mohring
Adam Nathoo
Sirs Wheaton
Sterling Kee
William Ranyard


Past Events

Jason Moran “The Sound Will Tell You”

February 18, 2021

The 2021 Rapaport Lecture featured Jazz pianist, composer, and artist Jason Moran, the Artistic Director for Jazz at The Kennedy Center. The event was hosted by Professor of Art and the History of Art, Sonya Clark.

Arts & Activism: A Conversation Between Photographer Jess Dugan and Curator Mary Statzer

November 2, 2020

A conversation between photographer Jess Dugan and curator Mary Statzer. Dugan and Statzer's conversation ranged from whether art can help during difficult times, the artistic process, and the collaboration between artist and curator.

Art Department News

A Life and Career Celebrating Artists of Color

Kellie Jones '81 and a group of students

With Kellie Jones ’81

In a recent talk on campus, MacArthur Fellow Kellie Jones ’81 connected her Amherst experience to her career as an art historian and curator, offering some advice to current students along the way.

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Curated By Thieves

In an interview with Assistant Professor of Art and the History of Art Niko Vicario, artist Kota Ezawa talks about how an FBI database sparked his interest in the still unsolved Gardner Museum art heist of 1990 and led him to recreate 13 lost artworks. (Read more)

Women, Art and Wikipedia

Students in Professor Nicola Courtright’s course “Women and Art in Early Modern Europe” joined an international initiative to bridge the gap between academia and Wikipedia, highlighting women in the arts along the way. (Read more)