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December 01, 2022

visualaids.org/dwa2022

The Smith College Museum of Art is proud to partner with Visual AIDS for Day With(out) Art 2022. On December 1, BEING & BELONGING, a program of seven new videos centering the emotional reality of living with HIV today, will be available to stream for free at: visualaids.org/dwa2022.

The program features new work by Clifford Prince King, Jaewon Kim, Mikiki, Davina “Dee” Conner & Karin Hayes, Camila Arce, Jhoel Zempoalteca & La Jerry, and Camilo Acosta Huntertexas & Santiago Lemus.

A day of mourning and action that uses art to respond to the ongoing HIV and AIDS crisis, Day With(out) Art encourages museums, universities, museums, and art institutions to present/share related programming on or around December 1, World AIDS Day. 

12:00 PM
Online

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This program is free and open to all.

Join art conservator Valentine Talland and SCMA curator of painting and sculpture Danielle Carrabino for a virtual conversation and presentation about the conservation of painted wooden sculpture. Valentine Talland worked with SCMA during the development of the Brought to Life exhibition on the conservation and analysis of several works in the exhibition. The presenters will offer a behind-the-scenes look at that process, and answer audience questions. 

December 03, 2022

I:00 pm
Smith College Museum of Art

Featuring the theme Bodies and Abstraction. 

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Join Emma Chubb, Charlotte Feng Ford ’83 Curator of Contemporary Art, for a look at how abstract artworks in our collections evoke and engage the body. This themed tours will last between 30 and 45 minutes and highlight works of art across the museum’s galleries.

December 08, 2022

9:30 am
Onsite at SCMA

SCMA, partnering with Northampton Public School's Early Childhood Center, is pleased to offer this new series of thematic stroller tours. The December 8 tour theme is LIGHT and is for caregivers, with infants in tow, to connect to other caregivers and build community through art. 

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