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All programs are FREE and open to all unless indicated otherwise. All dates, programs, and locations subject to change. For accurate, up-to-date listings, please click here.

  • Friday February 11
    4-8 PM SCMA
    Celebrating More Than You Know: Works by Whitfield Lovell and the launch of the Museum's all-new website
    Give-aways + membership raffle + more
    6 PM Open Eyes: Looking at/thinking about art with Kevin Quashie, Associate Professor, Afro-American Studies, Smith College
    4-6 PM Hands on! art making activity for ages 4+ with adult
    Light refreshments by Riff's Café, inspired by the art (while supplies last)
  • Thursday, February 24
    Film Screening
    7 PM Graham Hall Auditorium, Smith College
    "Exploring our Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr: African American Lives." This PBS documentary traces the lineage of a diverse group of accomplished African Americans back to Africa using geneology, oral history, and DNA analysis.
  • Friday, March 11
    4--8 PM
    Open Eyes with Maggie Lind, associate educator, SCMA
    4-6 PM Hands on! art making activity for ages 4+ with adult
    Riffs open 9 am-8 PM (special menu 4-8)
  • Monday, March 28 -- Wednesday, March 30
    Smith College Print Workshop: Whitfield Lovell
    9 AM -- 5 PM Harnish Graphics Studio, Hillyer Hall
    A collaboration between artist Whitfield Lovell and Master Printer Maurice Sanchez. Visitors welcome on a drop-in basis to observe both the creative process and the complex give-and-take between the artist and master printer -- a unique opportunity to see the creation of a limited-edition print. (Limited number of prints from the workshop will be for sale; proceeds to fund future workshops.)
  • Tuesday, March 29
    Members Extra: Gallery Talk and Smith College Print Workshop Visit
    Contact Membership Office for details: 413 585 2777 or
  • Thursday, March 31
    Whitfield Lovell will deliver the 8th Annual Dulcy Blume Miller '46 Lecture in Art
    7 PM Weinstein Auditorium, Wright Hall, Smith College
  • Saturday, April 2
    Face to Face: Family Day at SCMA
    10 AM--3 PM
    Join us for a day of hands-on artmaking inspired by the many faces in the works of art on display throughout the Museum -- portraits, self-portraits, abstract works, sculptures, and more.
  • Friday, April 8
    4--8 PM
    Note: Hands on! will be replaced by a Museum-wide Scavenger Hunt
    Open Eyes with Taiga Ermansons, Education programmer, SCMA
  • Thursday, April 14
    Film Screening
    7 PM Graham Hall Auditorium, Smith College Second of two (See February 24)


Whitfield Lovell. American, born 1959. Kin XXVII (White Like Me), 2008. Conté crayon on paper with attached vintage paper rifle crow target. 30 x 22 1/2”. Collection of Kenneth Spitzbard