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Mount Holyoke alumna breaks records through duct tape art

“I’ve been selling pieces to Ripley’s Believe It or Not for several years now,” says Kerry Mott ’09, an artist whose unusual medium is duct tape and whose oversized works take thousands of hours of meticulous planning and implementation to complete. When someone who worked…... » Read more

Mount Holyoke Alumna Gallery Owner Showcases Work of Alumna Artist

In November 2017 Lyndsey Ingram ’01 opened her eponymous art gallery on a quiet, cobblestone street in central London. Her shop joins many other galleries in Mayfair, a posh neighborhood and international art hub. From Ingram’s space on Bourdon Street, it’s just a ten-minute walk…... » Read more

Margaret Wiss ’16 on the Intersection of Dance and Science

Margaret Wiss ’16 is interested in the interactions between dance and science. In her choreography she explores how dance and the environment—both inside and outside the body—interact, calling upon her dancers to share their own feelings and experiences as she begins each new piece. In Superposition,…... » Read more

Holly Mitchell ’13

Holly Mitchell ’13 Wins Poets & Writers’ Amy Award

In the fall Holly Mitchell ’13 was named a recipient of Poets & Writers’ Amy Award, given annually to New York-area women writers under age thirty and named for Amy Rothholz, a 1979 Mount Holyoke alumna and promising poet who passed away at the age of…... » Read more