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: 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: 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: 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.