Visit the Mezzanine Gallery in Frost Library to view Between the Imagined and Seen: The Hand-Pulled Prints of Betsey Garand and Microscope Images of Caroline Goutte, on exhibit from March 4 to Aug. 30. This exhibition is sponsored by the Arts at Amherst Initiative
Professor Caroline Goutte is chair of the Department of Biology and a member of the Program in Biochemistry and Biophysics at Amherst College. Betsey Garand is senior resident artist in the Department of Art and the History of Art at Amherst College.
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Interested in majoring in Film & Media Studies at Amherst College? Wondering what to do with a Film & Media Studies major after you graduate? We are holding an Info Session to discuss everything need to know about the program, the field, and opportunities for students on campus and in the Five College vicinity. Faculty, staff, students, and alumni will be present to answer any questions you may have. Current seniors will also be present to discuss their thesis projects.
The discussion will be followed by a roundtable on internships in the field with presentations by current students, alumni, and faculty.
Pizza and cookies will be provided for all attendees!
Join us for a welcome from Michael Kunichika, director of the Amherst Center for Russian Culture, followed by remarks from David Little, director and chief curator of the Mead Art Museum, and remarks from Galina Mardilovich, acting curator of Russian and European art at the Mead.
The word collage comes from the French verb coller, which means “to paste, stick, glue.” In practice, it is a technique that involves the physical layering of disparate elements. It originated as an art form when the Cubists and Futurists experimented with the surface of the picture plane in the early 1910s. Collage’s capacity for combining, fragmenting and disrupting meaning has since rendered it an inexhaustible medium, emblematic of the fast-paced modern world.
Paste, Stick, Glue: Constructing Collage in Russia offers a historical overview of the many ways in which Russian and Soviet artists employed collage and the related techniques of film montage and photomontage. Drawn from the permanent collections of the Mead Art Museum and Amherst Center for Russian Culture, the exhibition features works by Liubov’ Popova, Aleksandr Rodchenko, Varvara Stepanova, El Lissitzky, Sergei Eisenstein, Oscar Rabin, Oleg Kudryashov and Alexander Kosolapov, among others.
This exhibition is presented in conjunction with Constructing Collage, on view at the Mead Art Museum from March 5, 2019, to Jan. 5, 2020, and curated by Galina Mardilovich.
In this workshop, we’ll teach you about transferable skills and career competencies gained through international experiences and how to use them to enhance your networking and interviewing skills. This event is ideal for students who have studied abroad and international students, but is also open to prospective study abroad students, as well.
Light refreshments will be served and the first ten students to RSVP and attend the workshop will receive a LimeRed gift card. RSVP by emailing Amanda Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org.