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Kite Day—Reimagined

On a Saturday in early May, each year from 1961 to 1975, the skies above a farm field on Stone Hill would fill with student-designed, handmade kites as part of Kite Day. That tradition is being revived this fall by Rosenburg Professor of Environmental Studies and Biology Hank Art. Art,… Continue reading »

The Significance of Place

Stone Hill Williamstown

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… Continue reading »

Inspiring Collaboration

Mt. Greylock mural

“Light is a source of inspiration,” says Williams art major Nicolei Gupit ’13. “And I wanted this space to be inspirational.” Nicolei Gupit ’13 and Jessica Dils, coordinator of the Williams at Greylock Writing Center fellows, in front of the mural Gupit painted in Studio 1781. The space… Continue reading »