SCMA's mission is to connect people to art, ideas and each other. We're committed to staying closely connected with you during this extraordinary time. Below you'll find content from the museum's blog, YouTube channel as well as content found on our social media that was requested by museum followers. We invite you to visit this section and the museum's social media often. Engage and share your ideas with us on our platforms! Your request may turn up here too.
Martin Parr, English (born 1952). Untitled [Lemon Meringue Pie] from the Food series, 1995. C-print on Kodak Professional paper, Gift of Cristina Enriquez-Bocobo, class of 1985, and Cody J. Smith
Listen to Steve Waksman, Professor of Music and American Studies at Smith College, give a gallery talk on the 2013 SCMA exhibition Summer of Love: Psychedelic Posters from SCMA.
The SCMA YouTube channel features content from the museum's many artist lectures and talks.
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Creatively interact with SCMA's collection, view student work, and get inspired by alums.
Listen to poet Meg Day read "Water Closet" written in response to SCMA's women's restroom designed by artist Ellen Driscoll. Day's poem appears in "The Map of Every Lilac Leaf," a book of poems published by SCMA in collaboration with the Boutelle-Day Poetry Center at Smith College.
A Student's Perspective
An anonymous Chinese man served as the model for this sculpture by Jean Baptiste Carpeaux. As part of her museum internship, Susie Park '19 was inspired to learn more about what might have brought him to Paris in the nineteenth century.
A Dust Bowl of Dog Soup Virtual Tour
Led by Henriette Kets de Vries, exhibition curator and assistant curator of prints, drawings and photographs, this informal virtual tour features 50 photographs and prints from SCMA's permanent collection.
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