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Digital Teaching Projects: Interactive Art History Timelines

Last fall, the VRC created an interactive timeline for Professor Murad K. Mumtaz’s course, By Land and Sea: Art, Culture, and Religion Along the Trade Routes of Asia. Professor Mumtaz’s timeline featured images of art forms including textiles, manuscripts, paintings, luxury items, sculpture, and architecture. The first interactive… Continue reading »

VRC + Studio Art: Introduction to Archiving Your Artwork

Collaborating with Studio Art, Assistant Visual Resources Curator Kendra Werst teamed up with Assistant Professor of Art Pallavi Sen and Studio Assistant Megan Mazza on an instruction session for Professor Sen’s printmaking students this past fall. Kendra spoke to both of Professor Sen’s printmaking classes, Linocut, and… Continue reading »

A Warm Welcome to Kendra Werst

Please join us in welcoming our new Assistant Visual Resources Curator, Kendra Werst. Kendra received her Master’s degree in Library Science from Indiana University in Bloomington, where she specialized in Art Librarianship and Digital Collections. She holds a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree in Sculpture and Art History from the… Continue reading »

102 Study Day Camp

Current ARTH 102 students are invited to join us for Study Day Camp 2017 on Wednesday, May 17, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (stay for an hour or stay for the day).  Campers will convene at the Visual Resources Center (VRC), Lawrence Hall.  At the bottom of the museum stairs,… Continue reading »

Welcome 101 Campers

Join us for ARTH 101 Study Day Camp 2016!  All current 101 students are invited. When:  Friday, December 16, 9:00 am-4:00 pm (stay for an hour or stay for the day) Where: Visual Resources Center (VRC), Lawrence Hall Bring your friends from 101 or meet new ones Use one of… Continue reading »

Now Available: SAH Archipedia

The Society of Architectural Historians (SAH) Archipedia is now available to the Williams community.  Archipedia is an online encyclopedia of American architecture, containing histories, photographs, and maps for more than 17,500 structures in 2,565 cities and 29 states.  Archipedia is accessible on campus or remotely via the… Continue reading »