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Student Events in April 2018

Un/American: Open Mic Night at SCMA

  • Thursday, April 26, 2018
  • Museum of Art
  • 6:30–8 PM
  • Let your voice be heard. Explore themes of identity, belonging and culture in visual and written art during an open mic night inspired by SCMA's Un/American installation. The Writer's Flock invites students, faculty, and staff to attend and share stories, poems, spoken word pieces, and other forms of art.
    Reception and sign-ups begin at 6:30 PM in the Brown Fine Arts Center Atrium, followed by the perfomances inside the SCMA galleries.
    Event organized by the Writer's Flock and sponsored by the Smith College Museum of Art.

Museums Today: Reports from the Field with Recent Alumnae

  • Saturday, April 28, 2018
  • Campus Center 103/104
  • 2–4 PM
  • A panel discussion and Q&A facilitated by Museums Concentration students

    Co-sponsored by the Museums Concentration and Smith College Museum of Art

    Coffee and cookies provided

    Alumnae speakers will include:

    • Candace Kang ‘15
    • Conservation Technician for Special Collections, Harvard University
    • Camille Kulig ‘13
    • Public Program Specialist, National World War I Museum and Memorial
    • Suzie Oppenheimer ‘11
    • Assistant to Ann Goldstein, Art Institute of Chicago
    • Sara Ottomano ‘15
    • Art Educator, Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
    • Jessica Magyar ‘10
    • Community Engagement Coordinator, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
    • Shama Rahman ‘13
    • Associate Marketing Manager, New York Times
    • (formerly Senior Marketing Coordinator at the Whitney Museum of American Art)
    • Leila Tamari ‘11
    • Program Officer, National Creative Placemaking Fund
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