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All Events in October 2017

October 13 Free Second Friday

  • Friday, October 13, 2017
  • Museum of Art
  • 4–7 PM
  • 4–7 PM: Hands-on!  Art making for all ages, inspired by works on view

    Masked with Mystery

    Get ready for Halloween with beautiful paper masks inspired by the animals that appear in Honore Sharrer’s art.

    6 PM Open Eyes: Guided conversation exploring a different art object each month

    Museum Shop open + complimentary light refreshments

Dr. Strangelove at Amherst Cinema

  • Sunday, October 15, 2017
  • Amherst Cinema
  • 7–9 PM
  • Hosted by Amherst Cinema and Smith College Museum of Art

    Join SCMA at the Amherst Cinema! 
    As part of the related programming for the exhibition, A Dangerous Woman: Subversion and Surrealism in the Art of Honoré Sharrer, Amherst Cinema and SCMA have selected two films that compellingly explore many of the same themes that inspired Sharrer’s art work.

    The first of these films, Dr. Strangelove, will be screened at Amherst Cinema on Sunday, October 15 at 7 PM, with an introduction by Margaret Bruzelius, Adjunct Professor of Comparative Literature at Smith College. 

    Learn more here: https://amherstcinema.org/series/art-honor-sharrer
    Ticket info.: https://amherstcinema.org/filmsevents/box-office-info

Drawing to Look Closely—A figure drawing workshop in the Sharrer exhibition


  • Sunday, October 22, 2017
  • Museum of Art First Floor Gallery
  • 10:30–Noon
  • A DANGEROUS WOMAN Subversion & Surrealism in the Art of Honoré Sharrer

    Katy Schneider, artist/guest instructor

    Join artist Katy Schneider to learn or polish sketching and drawing skills and participate in a facilitated discussion and drawing exercises designed to encourage careful looking at Honoré Sharrer’s work. Explore gesture, proportion, perspective and volume while working from a nude model as well as Sharrer's paintings.

    Katy Schneider teaches drawing and painting at Smith College. She is a recipient of a Guggenheim and an N.E.A. fellowship, and awards from the National Academy of Design and the Academy of Arts and Letters. Focusing on themes related to her upbringing — making the most of a small space, organizing chaos, and uncovering family dynamics — her work is in numerous collections including The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, the New Britain Museum and SCMA.

    No experience necessary | open to all levels | all materials provided

    SCMA members: $5 | non-members: $15

    Space limited | register: SCMAmembers@smith.edu or 413.585.2777

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