Life Revealed Through a Lens Photographer Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin ’65 has mastered the art of slowing down, pausing to appreciate moments in life. In her thirty-eight years behind the camera, she has relished finding beauty and inspiration in the mundane, choosing seemingly basic subjects—like clouds,…... » Read more
Oil on Canvas The children in Jude Harzer’s ’87 paintings seem to stare boldly from the canvas, as if refusing to be objects of a viewer’s gaze. Through depictions of mothers, daughters, and sisters, Harzer explores the familial relationships that shape children. “I like the…... » Read more
Alumnae Recommendations for Your Summer Reading We asked Mount Holyoke alumnae on Twitter to recommend great summer books they thought sister alumnae would enjoy this summer. See a selection of recommendations below and join the conversation with the hashtag #MHCreads on Twitter and Facebook. Think a…... » Read more
Kat Cope ’05 Working from her subconscious—saying she allows materials to guide her work, Kat Cope ’05 is a mixed-media artist who works in printmaking, papermaking, and collage. Drawing since she was a child, Cope says, “Even before I went to Mount Holyoke, I wanted…... » Read more
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