By Julia Munemo Williams faculty members Henry Art and Mark Taylor are neighbors on the southern end of a hilly, rocky ridge that holds a special place in the heart of Williamstown. Stone Hill was named by mid-18th century European settlers who cleared the land for farms, and today much of it has reverted to
Publication Studio, now at the museum, allows visitors to explore critical making–bridging the gap between the creative and the physical.
The web-based project by art professor Laylah Ali ’91focuses on the legacy of white abolitionist John Brown.
Original and extraordinary, artist Zhan Wang’s artwork serves as inspiration.
“Light is a source of inspiration,” says Williams art major Nicolei Gupit ’13. “And I wanted this space to be inspirational.” The space to which she’s referring is a small room called Studio 1781 in Williamstown’s Mount Greylock Regional School. Gupit spent the week between exams and Commencement transforming the space by painting its white