The handcrafted vessel at William & Mary's Hearth: Memorial to the Enslaved was installed March 18 and will be dedicated at a public ceremony on April 1 at 5:30 p.m.
Omar Kamara ’15 crafts a filmmaking career with stories of his West African family.
William & Mary professor Emily Wilcox, an expert in Chinese dance, discusses her research and talks about curating an exhibit on the topic at the Williamsburg Regional Library.
A full slate of exhibitions, performances and writing talks open to the university and local communities is planned for spring at William & Mary.
Adriano Marinazzo, curator of special projects at the Muscarelle Museum of Art, was named the inaugural designer in residence and adjunct lecturer in the Department of Applied Science.
The William & Mary community celebrated the formal groundbreaking of The Martha Wren Briggs Center for the Visual Arts, which will house the expanded Muscarelle Museum of Art on the Williamsburg campus.
The Muscarelle will temporarily close in early 2023 for expansion and renovation.
Chip Dangerio '24 started playing the drums and guitar in middle school, but not in the genre of the typical Broadway show tune.
Upon their completion, the dance department will join theatre in the newly renovated Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall, and music will move into its own new building.
Her poster for the Fall Undergraduate Research Symposium focused on the power of spirituality and expressive arts to help Black college women navigate oppressive experiences.
Today’s 60th anniversary of the release of the first Beatles single in the United Kingdom is as good a time as any to peek into Tom Payne’s classroom.
Elizabeth Morán has added to the Latin American art history that was already being taught at William & Mary.
A full schedule of performances, writing talks and exhibitions open to the university and local communities is planned for the fall at William & Mary.
The Virginia Symphony Orchestra will play a free concert on Sept. 1 at William & Mary’s Martha Wren Briggs Amphitheatre at Lake Matoaka.
Now, you can listen to selections from W&M alumni in a custom Spotify playlist anytime.
Joshua Miner '24 is learning new skills while connecting science with the community this summer at the Schoodic Institute in Acadia National Park.
Through music, Thao B. Nguyen ’06 finds the freedom to be her true self.
A new study provides the first evidence that tactile object interaction can provide information about relative size and spatial layout, akin to that garnered visually.
The 2021-2022 year-in-review video captures what has become William & Mary's new normal: adaptation that sustains what the university values most.
Anna Mehlhorn has combined her biology major and art/art history minor to follow in the steps of the great naturalist-illustrators of the past.
The graduating senior piled up photographs and memories from four years well spent at W&M.
Architect Brian Court ’96 shares his perspective on sustainable building design.
Kate Bobulinski ’22 and Zach Townsley ’23 are tangoing in synch in their first forays into choreographing with William & Mary Theatre’s “Company.” Bobulinski choreographed the show with Townsley as fight choreographer, which involves more…
With the final reveal scheduled for Monday, April 19, the mural focuses on the conservation of local flora and fauna and is designed to allow viewers “to see nature and the world around them in…
Students curating a museum exhibition at William & Mary get the full experience.
This expanded version of the festival will feature more films than ever before, in addition to music, theater, dance and an industry summit.
Soh Yeong Roh ’84 reflects on the achievements of Art Center Nabi, the museum and creativity hub she founded in South Korea’s capital 20 years ago, and considers what comes next.
Documentary filmmaker Marissa Aroy, distinguished film fellow for the university’s Asian Centennial, will be on campus in April to begin work on a video history of Asian people’s experiences at William & Mary.
Colin Carmody '22, double majoring in music and math at William & Mary, had long been interested in his great-great-grandfather’s compositions for organ. Carmody will perform it at his senior recital.
Award-winning photojournalist Brendan Hoffman ’02 documents ordinary lives caught up in extraordinary circumstances