WCMA Summer “Ologies” Series: Six Thursdays thru Aug 15 at 5:30pm @ various campus locations

Williams College Art Museum offers up “Ologies” Summer Program series. Free & open to all.  Each week, at 5:30 an artist will take over a different spaces accross the Williams College campus in this series of interventions, talks, and performances. They last about an hour, and will be followed by a reception at our Summer Space at 76 Spring St with complimentary drinks, snacks, music, and community until we close up at 8 pm.

Fortunology:  July 25, 5:30 pm

Artist Paul Ramirez Jonas explores the relationship between prediction, futurology, gambling and value. I bet you a dollar it will rain tomorrow.

Sonology: August 1, 5:30 pm | Chapin Hall

Artist and composer Paul de Jong takes on the study of sound in the college’s historic music hall.

Eschatology: August 8, 5:30 pm | Williams College Library

Interdisciplinary artist Kameelah Janan Rasheed takes on the study of the end of the world in a project that explores premonitions, predictions, and the limits of human understanding.

Desiderology: August 15, 5:30 pm | Williams College Griffin Hall