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Ongoing Events

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Reading Period
Saturday, May 8 - Sunday, May 9
Location not specified

Reading days

Virtual Non Majors Exhibition
Tuesday, May 4 - Friday, December 31
Virtual

Now Online, the Spring 2021 Virtual Non Majors Exhibition, featuring work by W&M students participating in the Studio Art classes, who are not majors of the program.

Celebration of work by Louis Catron grant for Artistic Development recipients
Tuesday, April 27 - Saturday, May 15
9am - 6pm
https://www.wm.edu/as/charlescenter/student-research/research-month/catron-2021/index.php

Artistic works by each of the 2020 recipients of the Louis Catron grant for Artistic Development

Fall Registration for Continuing Graduate Students
Monday, April 19 - Thursday, July 1
Stetson House

The Office of Graduate Studies and Research REQUIRES all returning A&S graduate students to register by July 1.

THE CURATORIAL PROJECT: The Art of Well-Being
Friday, April 16 - Sunday, August 22
Muscarelle Museum of Art, Cheek, Graves & Burns Galleries
Interdisciplinary Photography Exhibit: "And still, movement"
Friday, April 9 - Sunday, June 6
12pm - 4pm
Muscarelle Museum of Art, Visit in person Wednesdays through Fridays or visit virtually at link to be provided soon

This photography exhibit in the downstairs Spigel Gallery at the Muscarelle Museum of Art was curated by students interested in the intersections of art and science.

Collaborative SciArt Gallery
Thursday, April 1 - Saturday, May 15
https://sites.google.com/email.wm.edu/sciart-gallery

Virtual art gallery blending science and art perspectives