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Upcoming Events

SYNERGY: an Exhibition by Alicia Hunsicker '93

Science and Engineering Library | Floor 2
(All day)

The UMass Amherst Libraries host SYNERGY, an exhibition of paintings and prints by Alicia Hunsicker ’93.

In SYNERGY, Hunsicker investigates the powerful combination of art and science to produce works greater than the sum of their parts. With science as a point of departure, Hunsicker paints vibrant swirling organisms that reveal a cosmic discussion about the nature of all things. Rather than depict microscopic particles or cosmic bodies with pure scientific objectivity, her images are infused with a life force of joyful exuberance. 

Hunsicker graduated from UMass Amherst in 1993 with a Bachelor of Fine Art Degree, Printmaking and Graphic Design concentration. She works from her home studio in Leyden, Massachusetts. Deeply connected to nature and interested in human consciousness, she is inspired by both science and spirituality. More of Hunsicker's work can be found on her website.

Members of the public, students, faculty, and staff are invited to an Artist Reception which will be held in SEL on Thursday April 21, from 4 pm to 6 pm.

The Science & Engineering Library at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is located in the Lederle Graduate Research Center, Low Rise, 2nd floor, 740 N. Pleasant Street. 

Location: Science and Engineering Library | Floor 2

Contact Name: Thea Atwood

Contact Number: (413) 545-2674

More >

SYNERGY: an Exhibition by Alicia Hunsicker '93

Science and Engineering Library | Floor 2
(All day)

The UMass Amherst Libraries host SYNERGY, an exhibition of paintings and prints by Alicia Hunsicker ’93.

In SYNERGY, Hunsicker investigates the powerful combination of art and science to produce works greater than the sum of their parts. With science as a point of departure, Hunsicker paints vibrant swirling organisms that reveal a cosmic discussion about the nature of all things. Rather than depict microscopic particles or cosmic bodies with pure scientific objectivity, her images are infused with a life force of joyful exuberance. 

Hunsicker graduated from UMass Amherst in 1993 with a Bachelor of Fine Art Degree, Printmaking and Graphic Design concentration. She works from her home studio in Leyden, Massachusetts. Deeply connected to nature and interested in human consciousness, she is inspired by both science and spirituality. More of Hunsicker's work can be found on her website.

Members of the public, students, faculty, and staff are invited to an Artist Reception which will be held in SEL on Thursday April 21, from 4 pm to 6 pm.

The Science & Engineering Library at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is located in the Lederle Graduate Research Center, Low Rise, 2nd floor, 740 N. Pleasant Street. 

Location: Science and Engineering Library | Floor 2

Contact Name: Thea Atwood

Contact Number: (413) 545-2674

More >

Community Class | Shakespeare with Tony Burton

Renaissance Center | 650 East Pleasant St
7:00pm

The Renaissance Center offers a free community class for adults taught by Renaissance Center Fellow, Tony Burton. The class focuses on Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice." The issues are not what you think. Please read the play beforehand.

Class will meet in the upstairs classroom at the Renaissance Center (650 East Pleasant Street, Amherst, MA), Tuesday evenings beginning April 12th, 2016 and ending May 3rd, 2016 from 7:00 pm -- 9:00 pm.

Please pre-register by April 11th at renaissance@english.umass.edu or by calling 413-577-3600. More information can be found on our website: www.umass.edu/renaissance

Location: Renaissance Center | 650 East Pleasant St

More >

SYNERGY: an Exhibition by Alicia Hunsicker '93

Science and Engineering Library | Floor 2
(All day)

The UMass Amherst Libraries host SYNERGY, an exhibition of paintings and prints by Alicia Hunsicker ’93.

In SYNERGY, Hunsicker investigates the powerful combination of art and science to produce works greater than the sum of their parts. With science as a point of departure, Hunsicker paints vibrant swirling organisms that reveal a cosmic discussion about the nature of all things. Rather than depict microscopic particles or cosmic bodies with pure scientific objectivity, her images are infused with a life force of joyful exuberance. 

Hunsicker graduated from UMass Amherst in 1993 with a Bachelor of Fine Art Degree, Printmaking and Graphic Design concentration. She works from her home studio in Leyden, Massachusetts. Deeply connected to nature and interested in human consciousness, she is inspired by both science and spirituality. More of Hunsicker's work can be found on her website.

Members of the public, students, faculty, and staff are invited to an Artist Reception which will be held in SEL on Thursday April 21, from 4 pm to 6 pm.

The Science & Engineering Library at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is located in the Lederle Graduate Research Center, Low Rise, 2nd floor, 740 N. Pleasant Street. 

Location: Science and Engineering Library | Floor 2

Contact Name: Thea Atwood

Contact Number: (413) 545-2674

More >

SYNERGY: an Exhibition by Alicia Hunsicker '93

Science and Engineering Library | Floor 2
(All day)

The UMass Amherst Libraries host SYNERGY, an exhibition of paintings and prints by Alicia Hunsicker ’93.

In SYNERGY, Hunsicker investigates the powerful combination of art and science to produce works greater than the sum of their parts. With science as a point of departure, Hunsicker paints vibrant swirling organisms that reveal a cosmic discussion about the nature of all things. Rather than depict microscopic particles or cosmic bodies with pure scientific objectivity, her images are infused with a life force of joyful exuberance. 

Hunsicker graduated from UMass Amherst in 1993 with a Bachelor of Fine Art Degree, Printmaking and Graphic Design concentration. She works from her home studio in Leyden, Massachusetts. Deeply connected to nature and interested in human consciousness, she is inspired by both science and spirituality. More of Hunsicker's work can be found on her website.

Members of the public, students, faculty, and staff are invited to an Artist Reception which will be held in SEL on Thursday April 21, from 4 pm to 6 pm.

The Science & Engineering Library at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is located in the Lederle Graduate Research Center, Low Rise, 2nd floor, 740 N. Pleasant Street. 

Location: Science and Engineering Library | Floor 2

Contact Name: Thea Atwood

Contact Number: (413) 545-2674

More >

SYNERGY: an Exhibition by Alicia Hunsicker '93

Science and Engineering Library | Floor 2
(All day)

The UMass Amherst Libraries host SYNERGY, an exhibition of paintings and prints by Alicia Hunsicker ’93.

In SYNERGY, Hunsicker investigates the powerful combination of art and science to produce works greater than the sum of their parts. With science as a point of departure, Hunsicker paints vibrant swirling organisms that reveal a cosmic discussion about the nature of all things. Rather than depict microscopic particles or cosmic bodies with pure scientific objectivity, her images are infused with a life force of joyful exuberance. 

Hunsicker graduated from UMass Amherst in 1993 with a Bachelor of Fine Art Degree, Printmaking and Graphic Design concentration. She works from her home studio in Leyden, Massachusetts. Deeply connected to nature and interested in human consciousness, she is inspired by both science and spirituality. More of Hunsicker's work can be found on her website.

Members of the public, students, faculty, and staff are invited to an Artist Reception which will be held in SEL on Thursday April 21, from 4 pm to 6 pm.

The Science & Engineering Library at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is located in the Lederle Graduate Research Center, Low Rise, 2nd floor, 740 N. Pleasant Street. 

Location: Science and Engineering Library | Floor 2

Contact Name: Thea Atwood

Contact Number: (413) 545-2674

More >

Sonnetfest

Renaissance Center | 650 East Pleasant St
4:00pm

The Renaissance Center presents their annual reading of sonnets aloud, followed by a light reception. 

Please call the Center at 413-577-3600 or email renaissance@english.umass.edu to sign up to read a sonnet of your choice!

Free and open to the public.

For more information, visit www.umass.edu/renaissance.

Location: Renaissance Center | 650 East Pleasant St

More >

SYNERGY: an Exhibition by Alicia Hunsicker '93

Science and Engineering Library | Floor 2
(All day)

The UMass Amherst Libraries host SYNERGY, an exhibition of paintings and prints by Alicia Hunsicker ’93.

In SYNERGY, Hunsicker investigates the powerful combination of art and science to produce works greater than the sum of their parts. With science as a point of departure, Hunsicker paints vibrant swirling organisms that reveal a cosmic discussion about the nature of all things. Rather than depict microscopic particles or cosmic bodies with pure scientific objectivity, her images are infused with a life force of joyful exuberance. 

Hunsicker graduated from UMass Amherst in 1993 with a Bachelor of Fine Art Degree, Printmaking and Graphic Design concentration. She works from her home studio in Leyden, Massachusetts. Deeply connected to nature and interested in human consciousness, she is inspired by both science and spirituality. More of Hunsicker's work can be found on her website.

Members of the public, students, faculty, and staff are invited to an Artist Reception which will be held in SEL on Thursday April 21, from 4 pm to 6 pm.

The Science & Engineering Library at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is located in the Lederle Graduate Research Center, Low Rise, 2nd floor, 740 N. Pleasant Street. 

Location: Science and Engineering Library | Floor 2

Contact Name: Thea Atwood

Contact Number: (413) 545-2674

More >