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Clark Lecture:Maria Stavrinaki"Prehistorical Modernity: The Interwar Paradigms”

Maria Stavrinaki presents “Prehistorical Modernity: The Interwar Paradigms.”
Tuesday, April 22 at 5:30 p.m. | Hunter Studio, Stone Hill CenterFREE!

Clark Lecture:
Maria Stavrinaki
"Prehistorical Modernity: The Interwar Paradigms

Maria Stavrinaki presents “Prehistorical Modernity: The Interwar Paradigms.”

Tuesday, April 22 at 5:30 p.m. | Hunter Studio, Stone Hill CenterFREE!

Kathy Caton at Water Street BooksKathy Caton will be signing copies of her new book Da capo from the Beginning, a chronology of life lessons learned from the students that have crossed her path and how those experiences changed her perspective both in and out of the classroom. Here, in conversational format, Kate describes her pupils that she encountered while developing herself as a quality performing arts educator. 1-3 p.m. |  Saturday, April 12Water St. Books, All are Welcome!

Kathy Caton at Water Street Books
Kathy Caton will be signing copies of her new book Da capo from the Beginning, a chronology of life lessons learned from the students that have crossed her path and how those experiences changed her perspective both in and out of the classroom. Here, in conversational format, Kate describes her pupils that she encountered while developing herself as a quality performing arts educator.
1-3 p.m. |  Saturday, April 12
Water St. Books, All are Welcome!

CoDa to PerformThis year, CoDa will continue its creation of new works, including a piece made for the dancers by guest choreographer Diane Arvanites, artistic director of Prometheus Dance. Join us for another year of eclectic, theatrical dance!8 p.m.  |  Friday, April 11 and Saturday, April 12CenterStage ‘62 Center, FREE!

CoDa to Perform
This year, CoDa will continue its creation of new works, including a piece made for the dancers by guest choreographer Diane Arvanites, artistic director of Prometheus Dance. Join us for another year of eclectic, theatrical dance!
8 p.m.  |  Friday, April 11 and Saturday, April 12
CenterStage ‘62 Center, FREE!

Borromeo String Quartet Comes to Williams College!The Chicago Tribune calls the Borromeo “a remarkably accomplished string quartet, not simply for its high technical polish and refined tone, but more importantly for the searching musical insights it brings.” The San Diego Reader calls their performances “a musical experience of luminous beauty,” and the Boston Globe says “Each of the greatest string quartets has redefined what the possibilities of the medium are: through the perfection of its ensemble and intonation, through its poise and its passion, the Borromeos are recreating the medium anew and we are lucky to be here to hear it.”8 p.m.  |  Friday, April 11Brooks Rogers Recital Hall, FREE

Borromeo String Quartet Comes to Williams College!
The Chicago Tribune calls the Borromeo “a remarkably accomplished string quartet, not simply for its high technical polish and refined tone, but more importantly for the searching musical insights it brings.” The San Diego Reader calls their performances “a musical experience of luminous beauty,” and the Boston Globe says “Each of the greatest string quartets has redefined what the possibilities of the medium are: through the perfection of its ensemble and intonation, through its poise and its passion, the Borromeos are recreating the medium anew and we are lucky to be here to hear it.”
8 p.m.  |  Friday, April 11
Brooks Rogers Recital Hall, FREE

Lynn Torgove to Perform “The Songs of John Harbison: Poetry and Music” Torgove will perform in collaboration with the English department panel of speakers, including John Harbison, Lloyd Schwartz, Louise Glück, and Prof. Jessica Fisher. Mezzo-Soprano Lynn Torgove appears at Williams thanks to the sponsorship of the W. Ford Schumann ‘50 Performing Arts Endowment. John Harbison’s talk is sponsored by The Class of 1960 Scholars and Fellows Program.7 p.m.  | Wednesday, April 9Brooks Rogers Recital Hall, free

Lynn Torgove to Perform “The Songs of John Harbison: Poetry and Music”
Torgove will perform in collaboration with the English department panel of speakers, including John Harbison, Lloyd Schwartz, Louise Glück, and Prof. Jessica Fisher. Mezzo-Soprano Lynn Torgove appears at Williams thanks to the sponsorship of the W. Ford Schumann ‘50 Performing Arts Endowment. John Harbison’s talk is sponsored by The Class of 1960 Scholars and Fellows Program.
7 p.m.
  | Wednesday, April 9
Brooks Rogers Recital Hall, free

Clark Lecture:Mark Phillips"What is the ‘History’ in History Painting?"

Mark Phillips presents “What is the ‘History’ in History Painting?” This event will be held at Stone Hill Center and is free and open to the public.Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at 5:30 pm |  Hunter Studio, Stone Hill Center

Clark Lecture:
Mark Phillips
"What is the ‘History’ in History Painting?"

Mark Phillips presents “What is the ‘History’ in History Painting?” This event will be held at Stone Hill Center and is free and open to the public.
Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at 5:30 pm |  Hunter Studio, Stone Hill Center

Mass MoCA's 'The Dying of the Light' - A celebration of film

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Jamie Baik ‘14 formally critiquing her classmate Jackie Lusardi’s ‘14 project in Professor Mike Glier’s Senior Seminar for Studio Art.

Jamie Baik ‘14 formally critiquing her classmate Jackie Lusardi’s ‘14 project in Professor Mike Glier’s Senior Seminar for Studio Art.

Phillip Sull ‘14 formally critiquing his classmate Kelsey McDermott’s ‘14 project in Professor Mike Glier’s Senior Seminar for Studio Art.

Phillip Sull ‘14 formally critiquing his classmate Kelsey McDermott’s ‘14 project in Professor Mike Glier’s Senior Seminar for Studio Art.

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Northern Berkshire cultural institutions show summer unity