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Season Celebration

Williams College Museum of Art 76 Spring Street, Williamstown

Raise a glass to our fall exhibitions: Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A., The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist (Room Z, Northwest Palace of Nimrud), Object Lab, Candle (from Earth into a Black Hole), Sonance for the Precession, Sense and Suggestion, and All At Once.

Reading of “A place that exists only in moonlight”

Williams College Museum of Art 76 Spring Street, Williamstown

Join us for a live reading of Katie Paterson’s artist’s book "A place that exists only in moonlight" and the first activation of her Candle, which unfolds over time during multiple activations over the course of its installation. At each, the candle will burn for two hours, releasing different layers of scent alongside interventions inspired by the installation. "A place that exists only in moonlight" contains more than 100 short texts described by the artist as “a series of artworks to exist in the imagination… take shape in the mind of whoever reads the words, and so become an expression

Equisonance

Williams College Museum of Art 76 Spring Street, Williamstown

This special event, featuring saxophone and live electronics by artist, musician and composer Neil Leonard, celebrates the Autumnal Equinox. The event is in conjunction with the exhibit "Sonance for the Precession," a site-specific sound installation created by Leonard for the Berkshire quad on the Williams campus. The electroacoustic composition, played for 30 minutes each day half an hour before sunset from Sept. 18 through Dec. 22, explores ancient ideas connecting the precession, or movement, of the equinox with the harmonic series. The composition provides a context to reflect on how Hindu and Greek theories of astronomy and acoustics developed through

Axis Mundo Opening Celebration

Williams College Museum of Art 76 Spring Street, Williamstown

Help us reopen our permanent museum building, Lawrence Hall, with a celebration of "Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A.," one of several bold and ambitious exhibitions coming to WCMA this fall. "Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A." explores the intersections among a network of more than 50 artists. This exhibition is the first of its kind to excavate histories of experimental art practice, collaboration, and exchange by a group of Los Angeles-based queer Chicanx artists between the late 1960s and early 1990s. It presents painting, performance ephemera, print material, video, music, fashion, and photography in the context of

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