Event Calendar

Saturday, December 8, 2018

Sat, Dec 8, 2018

Image of a bullet tearing through an apple that is held up on a metal post

Close Looks at the Mead

Stop by the Mead to find new connections among works on view with student museum educators. Each week we’ll focus on different themes, so feel free to keep coming back for more and check our website and Facebook page for weekly themes.

Free and open to all!

Partygoers enjoying cake

Celebrate Emily Dickinson's 188th Birthday!

You and your family are cordially invited to celebrate Emily Dickinson's 188th birthday at her home - the Emily Dickinson Museum! On Saturday, December 8, join us for a festive open house. Tour the Homestead and The Evergreens at your leisure for free; enjoy the Holiday decorations and traditional music; decorate an ornament with a special birthday message and hang it on the tree at The Evergreens or take it home; and of course, enjoy coconut cake made from the poet’s own recipe.

All are welcome and no fee or reservations are required. Full schedule online.


Dance Ensemble & Collaboration in Theater

An evening of original works created by the Amherst College Dance Ensemble and the "Collaboration in Theater" class.

Intimate Inanimate Responses is choreographed by the Amherst College Dance Ensemble with Danté Brown. This work features Jasmine Gamboa '19, Matthew Holliday '19, Maya Mizrahi '21, Rebecca Schrader '21, Evelyn Touchette '20E, Leah Woodbridge '20, Orianna Xu '19 and Evan Young '19.

Moments of Innocence is a work in progress, created in "Collaboration in Theater" by Owen Deignan '22, Nicholas Govus '22, Zachary Horwitz '20, Sage Innerarity '22, Heiata Julienne-Ista (language assistant) and Brandon Medina '19.

Admission is free and open to the public. Reservations are recommended: (413) 542-2277.

ACJE Poster with art by William Mead

Amherst College Jazz Ensemble Concert

The Amherst College Jazz Ensemble will perform works by Mary Lou Williams, Juno Son, Ellen Rowe, Maria Schneider, Leigh Pilzer, Melba Liston, Thad Jones, Duke Ellington and Carl Clements. This concert is free and open to the public, collecting cash for the Amherst Survival Center.