Our dynamic arts programs and world-renowned museums serve as teaching tools for students and scholars, and as sources of enrichment for visitors of all ages.
Amherst has acquired the archives of the small but influential Paris Press, which published groundbreaking, overlooked literature by women.
Calling themselves Project Omelette, a group of students played “Telephone” with the Bard.
Children’s book illustrations, gouache paintings, text-based video games, video installations and sculptures are on display in this year’s Studio Seniors Honors Exhibition, on view in the Eli Marsh Gallery in Fayerweather Hall through May 20.
A special topics course culminates in an exhibition at Amherst’s Beneski Museum of Natural History.
Art events and exhibitions to enjoy this month at Amherst.
Each January, six students travel to the College’s Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C., to spend two weeks conducting research as part of the Amherst-Folger Undergraduate Fellowship. The biggest takeaways for this year’s students? How the past can help us understand the present, and a glimpse into a possible career after Amherst.
Students in "Data Science," taught by Professor of Statistics Nick Horton, studied Emily Dickinson not just as a poet, but as the generator of a complex data set. The words she used most in her poetry? Like. Little. Upon. One.
Amherst’s visiting artist-in-residence and community members worked side by side to dismantle a Confederate battle flag, one thread at a time.
Six distinguished authors discussed their literary lives and work during LitFest 2018, the College’s third annual literary festival.
“Literary Amherst,” an exhibition on view in Amherst College's Frost Library through March 5, illuminates the College's extraordinary literary life. Visit the new Literary Amherst website to learn more.
Check out the ARTS AT AMHERST spring 2018 brochure to learn about upcoming arts events and exhibitions.
Amherst is home three world-renowned museums that annually welcome more than 70,000 visitors. Our campus galleries display unique materials from the college archives, works by influential Russian artists and contemporary art by student, faculty, alumni and visiting artists.
Our academic departments and programs provide educational and performance opportunities for students at all levels of experience and engage audiences of all ages through live concerts, lectures, theater & dance performances, film screenings and community art classes.