Eleanor Reissa, singer, recalls how her knowledge of the Holocaust and her family's survival came to her through the feeling of loss she experienced when they discussed loved ones who were no longer around, and explains how she perceived herself and her family as "other".
Join us for this interdisciplinary conversation in the exhibition Dislocation/Urban Experience: Contemporary Photographs from East Asia moderated by exhibition curator Sam Morse, Howard M. and Martha P. Mitchell.Professor of the History of Art and Asian Languages and Civilizations, Amherst College.
This program is presented by SCMA, in collaboration with the Smith student organization, Feminists of Smith, and is part of the related programming for the exhibition: Women’s Work: Feminist Art from the Collection on viewSeptember 11, 2015–January 3, 2016.
For over 30 years, the Guerrilla Girls have been using images, facts, and humor to expose discrimination and corruption in art, politics and pop culture. In a live performance, two "Girls" will share the story of this influential group's activism and creative process.
Free and open to all - No reservations required.
PLEASE BE SEATED: Members' reserved seating available. Reserve by October 26: SCMAmembers@smith.edu or 413.585.2777
Thursday, April 30 at 8pm in the Bezanson Recital Hall General Admission: $12; Students: $7 “Violinist-composer Jason Kao Hwang, has brought a vast array of sonic wonders to his latest genre-straddling work, Burning Bridge,” writes The Washington Post. “Hwang has … Continue reading →
With the Hogshead Horns and Creme Tangerine StringsSaturday, April 25, 8 p.m., Fine Arts Center Concert Hall Performing “Abbey Road” and more! $60, $55, $20; Five College, GCC and 17 & under $20, $15, $10$75 non-disounted ticket includes premium seating and Meet … Continue reading →