All MCAM exhibitions and programs are open to the public. Admission is free unless otherwise stated.

Constance Hockaday FEB 20, 2019 ART+PROCESS+IDEAS | Artist Talk: Cate White + Constance Hockaday 5:00 pm, DANFORTH LECTURE HALL 2019 Art+Process+Ideas artists-in-residence Constance Hockaday and Cate White will discuss the evolution their individual artistic practices and share what their working on at Mills. Hockaday and White bring with them a community centered approach to art-making and a desire to take creative risks within their practice. The A+P+I program was established to support Bay Area artists who embrace just such a spirit of experimentation and ambition.
Art+Feminism Wikipedia FEB 27, 2019 2019 ART+FEMINISM WIKIPEDIA EDIT-A-THON TRAINING 6:00-7:30 pm, DANFORTH LECTURE HALL Learn how to edit Wikipedia! In preparation for our 2019 Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon on March 15, we have invited a veteran Wikipedian editor, to teach us how to edit and create Wikipedia entries, that contribute to better visibility of women, trans, and gender non-binary artists on this increasingly important repository of knowledge.
Lilly, McElroy, I throw myself at men  #12, Archival Inkjet Print, 30 x 40 inches. Image courtesy of the Artist and Rick Wester Fine Art. MAR 13, 2019 ART LECTURE SERIES: LILLY MCELROY 7:00 pm, DANFORTH LECTURE HALL Lilly McElroy is a photographer and performance artist who uses delightful humour and the absurd to pick apart ideas of culturally sanctified space. Employing performance, video art, photography, and sculpture, McElroy often bluntly enacts turns of phrase as in her series “I Throw Myself at Men” and “California’s Full of Whisky, Women, and Gold”. Through a feminist lens, she examines both the mythos of American west as well as gendered expectations for intimacy and personal space.
Art+Feminism Wikipedia MAR 15, 2019 2019 ART+FEMINISM WIKIPEDIA EDIT-A-THON 12:00-4:00 pm, FW OLIN LIBRARY Art+Feminism is an international project improving Wikipedia’s content on women, queer, and non-binary people in the arts by encouraging women, queer, and non-binary identifying people to contribute. To address the well-known gender gap on Wikipedia, MCAM and the F. W. Olin Library, Mills College invite you to learn how to edit Wikipedia to create new articles and improve visibility and representation within this increasingly important repository of knowledge. People of all gender identities and expressions are invited to participate.