Teaching with Art: Rembrandt Works and Controversial Issues
This exhibit, organized by Williams Professor of Art History Zirka Filipczak, looks at the controversies surrounding the controversial Dutch artist.
Mon, Sep 23, 2013 - Sun, Dec 15, 2013
Williams College Museum of Art
Williams College, 15 Lawrence Hall Drive, Suite 2
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A range of objects from Rome, put together in cojunction with Associate Professor Ben Rubin's course "Roman Cities in the Near East."
03.01.14 - 05.18.14 Monika Baer Williams College Museum of Art
Drawings and paintings from Baer, who says she approaches "the picture as a site of staging a performance."
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