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The Asian Centennial and W&M Theatre proudly present Lloyd Suh's award winning play on the life story of Afong Moy, who at 14 was brought to the US from Guanzhou Province in 1834, and was put on display for the American public as "The Chinese Lady."
Join us for a panel discussion with counselors from the W&M Counseling Center about how they can support students from underrepresented backgrounds on campus. Plus, stay to enjoy a free dinner with the counselors!
The Department of Art & Art History Distinguished Lecturer,
Eugene Y. Wang, Professor of Asian Art, Harvard University, “How Was Art Electrified? The Formation of the Global Brain in China”.
This lecture contributes to W&M's Asian Centennial celebration.
Join The Lemon Project on April 13 at noon for a conversation with Arielle Newby, M.Ed. She is an alum and professional staff member who will provide a unique perspective on William & Mary.
Art History Colloquium Keynote speaker, Dr. Alex Dika Seggerman, Rutgers University-Newark, precedes the colloquium on April 14, 5pm, Muscarelle Museum. Part of the Fourth Annual Art History Senior Research Colloquium, April 15, Muscarelle Museum.
Join Natoya Haskins, director of diversity and inclusion in the School of Education, for a discussion of the book Hood Feminism: Notes from the Women that a Movement Forgot by Mikki Kendall.
Learn about the intersections between migration, the climate crisis, and environmental justice at this panel discussion featuring Prof. Galeana-Rodriguez, Prof. Rivera Santana, and Prof. Swaddle.
Congratulations to our first generation and low income students graduating this year! If you would like to be recognized in the FGLI Grad celebration, please fill out the attached Google form by Monday, April 25th!
Art History Fourth Annual Senior Research Colloquium, April 15, 9:30am - 3:30pm, Muscarelle Museum. Colloquium Keynote speaker, Dr. Alex Dika Seggerman, Rutgers University-Newark, precedes the colloquium on April 14, 5pm, Muscarelle Museum.
Join the Lemon Project as we host students from the Student Assembly Committee for Contextualization of Campus Landmarks and Iconography for a conversation on April 18 at 6 pm over Zoom.
The Reves Center for International Studies, in cooperation with the Asian Centennial Committee, sponsors Pulitzer Prize Winner Viet Thanh Nguyen to deliver the 2022 McSwain-Walker Lecture, “Refugees, Language, and the Meaning of ‘America.'"
Join the Muscarelle Museum of Art for our 2nd Annual Chalk Art competition on Friday, April 22nd from 1:00-9:30 pm! We will be celebrating all day with live music, food trucks, games, and a chance to win cash prizes! Registration is free.
An Evening with Charles F. “Chuck” Sams III, (Cayuse and Walla Walla), Director, National Park Service
Moderated by Robert Rose, with interviewers Andrew Fisher and Nikki Bass
Join us for a ceremony celebrating the dedication of the Commonwealth of Virginia Arthur A. Matsu Historical Marker and Matsu Arcade.