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Deepening Connection Workshop
Northampton Community Music Center
More honesty, intimacy and love in your friendships and relationships. Pre-registartion requested.
American Art 1930: Three Artists, Three Paintings, Three Prints
Springfield Museums
Pat McCarthy gives this Sunday's D'Amour Museum of Fine Arts mini-tour.
Santeria: Presentation by Awa Rene Gonzalez
The White Rose
Gonzalez explores a widely practiced but often misunderstood tradition.
Katy Simpson Smith
Odyssey Bookshop
Mount Holyoke College alum Smith reads from her debut novel .
Waging Democracy: The Politics and Process of Raising the Minimum Wage
Thompson Hall
A panel discussion in which nationally respected labor economists will address realistic and effective strategies to reduce inequality in America.
Art Exhibit Roundtable Discussion
Neilson Library Browsing Room, Smith College
Curators Lisa Peterson, Peter Gizzi, and Richard Kraft discuss the exhibit . With a reception to follow in the gallery.
Textiles in the Connecticut River Valley: Rivals of William Skinner The Cheney Brothers of Manchester, Conn.
Wistariahurst Museum
Dennis Gleeson gives this week's Threads That Bind talk as part of the Historical Lecture Series.
Unveiling Architecture: Leon Batista Alberti and Aristocratic Female Convents
Graham Auditorium, Hillyer Hall
Visiting professor Helen Hills offers the first of three The Matter of Baroque lectures in this year's Kennedy Lecture Series.
James McBride
Scibelli Hall
Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award-winning McBride is a musician, screenwriter, and the author of . See stcc.edu/diversity for details.
Twenty Years of the Double Elephant Press: Harnessing Influence and Ignorace
Neilson Library Browsing Room, Smith College
Local artist, printmaker, writer, and publisher Michael Kuch discusses his work and career. Reception to follow at Book Arts Gallery.
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