Programming

Unless noted otherwise, all programs will take place at SCMA.No reservations necessary except where indicated by an asterisk.

All non-member programs FREE and open to all.
Programs, dates, and locations subject to change.

 

January 29* | 2–3 PM Members’ Preview

with exhibition curator Linda Muehlig, associate director for curatorial affairs
and curator of painting and sculpture
Members: $5 | Student Members: FREE | Members may bring up to 2 guests | Space limited
RSVP by January 27: SCMAmembers@smith.edu or 413.585.2777
 

March 7 | 12:30–3:30 PM Free Family Day

Hands-on activities for all ages | Free admission 10–4 PM
 

March 13 | 4–8 PM Second Friday

Hands-on! Art-making for all ages, inspired by works on view
Make your own “Looking Box”

Open Eyes: Informal guided gallery conversation
about an object in the exhibition.

Refreshments by Tryon Common
 

March 23* | 4–6 PM Artist Talk for K–12 Teachers

Register in advance: ghall@smith.edu or 413.585.2773

 
The following programs will be presented in conjunction with Mary Bauermeister’s residency at Smith, March 23–29, 2015. The concerts are part of Smith ArtsFest 2015 and are co-presented by the Festival of Sound & Space, Smith College Music Department, and SCMA. 
All locations at Smith | Free and open to all.  
 

March 24 | 7 PM | Concert: The Music of Karlheinz Stockhausen

Sage Hall | Sweeney Auditorium
Program will include a vocal duet by Mary Bauermeister and soprano Kate Soper (Smith College faculty);
plus performances by featured musicians Ayano Katoaka and Jonathan Hulting-Cohen (UMass faculty); Judith Gordon; Liza Stepanova; and Joseph Baldwin, choral conductor (Smith College faculty)
 

March 25 | 7 PM | Film: Documentary on artist Mary Bauermeister

Wright Hall | Weinstein Auditorium
Bauermeister by Johann Camut | Moderated discussion with Mary Bauermeister and Johann Camut
PLEASE BE SEATED: Members’ reserved seating available. Reserve by Monday, March 23: scmamembers@smith.edu or 413.585.2777
 

March 26 | 7 PM | Performance: Hymnen

Helen Hills Hills Chapel 
A major electroacoustic work by Karlheinz Stockhausen (1966–67; elaborated in 1969)
Gregory Brown, founder and director of the Festival of Sound & Space at Smith, will facilitate
this two-hour program.