All Events in March 2014
March 11 Miller Lecture by Maya Lin
- Tuesday, March 11, 2014
- Weinstein Auditorium, Wright Hall, Smith College
- 7:30 PM
Smith College Museum of Art
11th Annual Miller Lecture in Art and Art History
MAYA LIN | American architectural designer and artist
Free and open to all | No reservations required
Limited seating in Weinstein--overflow seating with simulcast available as needed
Doors to Weinstein open at 7 (early arrival encouraged)
PLEASE BE SEATED: Members’ reserved seating is available. Reserve by March 9: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 413.585.2777.
The Miller Lecture series, established at SCMA in memory of Dulcy Blume Miller, class of 1946, enables the Museum to bring a leading artist, architect, or art historian to campus each year to give a public lecture.
Photo: Walter Smith
March 14 Free Second Friday
- Friday, March 14, 2014
- Museum of Art
- 4–8 PM
4–6 PM Hands on! art-making for ages 4+ w/adult (while supplies last)
6–6:30 PM Open Eyes: An informal guided gallery conversation about an art object
Museum Shop open 10 AM–8 PM
Image credit: Anne Whiston Spirn. American, born 1947. Saiho-ji. Kyoto, Japan. October 2001. Pigment print on paper. ©Anne Whiston Spirn
Free Public Lecture by Cynthea J. Bogel, Smith Class of 1980
- Tuesday, March 25, 2014
- Seelye Hall, Room 106 Smith College
- 5 PM
Art Outside the Temple: Buddhist-inspired
Artistic Production and Display
Professor Bogel is Professor of Japanese Art History and Visual Culture at Kyushu University in Japan. In her lecture she will address questions that arise from the recent spate of exhibitions by artists who describe themselves as Buddhist, or draw inspiration from Buddhist expressions of spirituality.
This program is sponsored in part by SCMA.