Frost Library Reading Room, 1st floor
Opening Reception: Friday, March 1st, 4:30 pm
"Colors of Resilience: A Celebration of Women and Non-binary People of Color in Art" has been curated by the creative minds of Amherst College art students. This vibrant showcase opens on International Women of Color Day. Displayed throughout the spring, it will serve as a testament to the diverse and powerful narratives told through the lens of women and nonbinary artists at Amherst.
Beyond Words Gallery, 2nd Floor of Frost
The world observes Ukraine through the lens of military expenses and war statistics. But what’s hidden behind it? Come to the student photo exhibit "Revealing Ukraine" to learn more through more than 60 photos of Ukraine shared by Amherst students who call it home.
On display through Spring 2024.
A transcription of a previously unknown verse by Emily Dickinson has been found in a letter in the Cushing-Tuckerman-Esty Family Papers in the Archives & Special Collections at Amherst.
In this new post on the Archives & Special Collections blog, Mimi Dakin (Public Services Manager, Archives) provides background and context on this discovery, as well as brand-new digital images of the letter.
Explore the stories of Black and Afro-Indigenous families who lived and worked in Amherst in the 18th through early 20th centuries. The expanded Ancestral Bridges exhibition features more photographs, artifacts, & rare documents.
Located in the Frost Library Mezzanine Gallery. Exhibition open daily through summer 2024.
This guide provides a basic overview of generative AI to help you make informed choices about using AI tools. Topics include the ethics and costs of AI, tips for how to engage responsibly, and organizations and readings related to AI and social justice.
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