The love for art history that Nan Chisholm developed at Mills has led her down a fascinating path—including to PBS.
Graduating arts students commemorated the end of an emotional year with installations and performances that met the moment.
How can the art world move forward into a more just and inclusive space when its history is rooted in inequity?
On June 10, President Elizabeth L. Hillman sent an email to the Mills community about the Black Lives Matter movement. In it, she said, “Mills stands in solidarity with the members of our Black students, staff, and faculty and their allies against anti-Black racism, police violence, and racial injustice. In response to the rising Movement
Rina Faletti ’81 used her background as an environmental historian and art curator to help her neighborhood heal after the 2017 Napa fires.
Three working artists find reflection and inspiration when they make the Mills campus their home base in a semester-long residency program.