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Save the date to celebrate the Muscarelle’s 40th anniversary at our Community Art Day!
The Creative Types - A web series
In this workshop for youth ages 6-11, students will create their own botanical photographs inspired by the work of the first female photographer Anna Atkins.
The Russian and Post-Soviet Studies Program invites you to the TEPPER LECTURE SERIES: "Defending Ukrainian Sovereignty: Civil Society in Action"
Celebrate Banned Books Week! Readings from banned and challenged books, Oct 4, 3:30-5:30, at the Martha Wren Briggs Amphitheatre at Lake Matoaka. Sponsored by the English Department.
Opening reception for an exhibition in the Andrews Gallery of still-life paintings by the New York artist, Xico Greenwald, followed by an artist talk.
This semester, our Muscarelle Explorations lecture series will dive into the people, the art and the stories that have defined the Muscarelle over the past 40 years — and into the future.
Join us for a Creative Careers Trek to DC! Visit with alumni and professionals working in creative industries in Washington, D.C. Learn about the organizations and roles, career paths, opportunities, and get a behind the scenes exclusive tour.
Artist Donald Wilson will combine art-making and guided imagery, a mind-body intervention, to inspire the creative process and explore the possibilities of abstract art.
This semester, our Muscarelle Explorations lecture series will dive into the people, the art and the stories that have defined the Muscarelle over the past 40 years.
The Department of Art & Art History hosts its annual Homecoming Open House for alumni and the community in the Andrews Hall Foyer.
Please join Theatre & Dance for our Homecoming open house, during which guests will be able to tour our home, connect with one another, and witness the dedication of our Box Office.
As part of the Year of the Arts at William & Mary and Homecoming Weekend, award-winning comedian, Patton Oswalt will be performing TWO shows at W&M on Monday, October 23rd at PBK Memorial Hall.
Helon Habila is a professor of creative writing at George Mason University and the author of four novels and one creative nonfiction book. His most recent novel is Travelers, published by WW Norton.
Come see this semester's Gents performance!
A concert of original works created by William & Mary dance faculty, and performed by faculty, guest artists, and members of the Orchesis Modern Dance Company.
We invite teens to join Steve Prince for this workshop that will explore the art of Andy Warhol through the medium of silk screen.
Jas Hammonds (they/she) was raised in many cities and between the pages of many books. Their debut novel, We Deserve Monuments, won the 2023 Coretta Scott King - John Steptoe Award. Her second novel, Thirsty, is forthcoming Summer 2024.
Eric Lyttle has been teaching piano for 25 plus years. He his bachelor's degree in jazz composition at the Berklee College of Music in 1980 and his master's degree in music composition from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1992.
The Gallery Players, William & Mary’s chamber orchestra of 15 string players, will present a concert including an arrangement of Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition.
Leading American historian and visual artist Nell Irvin Painter will discuss the intersection of history and art making as it applies to her work.
The Belvedere Series Trio will play at the Music Building Recital Hall on Friday, February 9, 2024 at 7:00 pm.
Duo Del'Ato will perform at the Music Building Recital Hall on Friday, February 24, 2024 at 7:00 pm.
Join us for a performance of the Richmond Piano Trio. Each member of the trio brings a wealth of performing experience.
Visit us at the Stryker Center to explore the story of art at the Muscarelle Museum of Art and William & Mary.