In 2001, the Smith College Black Students Alliance gave a painting, One Who Watches, by Emma Amos to SCMA. Alona C. Wilson, former Curatorial Assistant and Manager of the Cunningham Study Center, recounts her memories of this collaborative acquisition process.
Curator of Contemporary Art Emma Chubb discusses sculptor Saloua Raouda Choucair's Dual, a recent acquisition on view in SCMA Then\Now\Next.
Ariella Heise ‘22 recounts her first visit to SCMA since the galleries closed a year ago.
Henriette Kets de Vries discusses two paired Dutch landscape paintings from the Then\Now\Next exhibition. This week, part two with two of Mondrian's landscapes.
Henriette Kets de Vries discusses two paired Dutch landscape paintings from the Then\Now\Next exhibition. This week, part one with Jan van Goyen's Landscape View Of Rijnland (1647).
Yao Wu writes about a project last year, before the pandemic hit, of reinstalling the museum’s Ancient World gallery to provide a more global perspective.
One of my favorite pairings from 'SCMA Then\Now\Next' is separated by nearly five centuries: a Cubist painting by Picasso and a small Renaissance panel painting.