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Kriyol Dance! Collective (KDC) explores passages on a more earthly plane through the adversity of human migration, and the enduring, generational impact this has on minds and bodies at the Williams College Museum of Art. These two worlds speak to each other on Aug. 4 when Brooklyn, N.Y.-based KDC presents a 45-minute new work “Rasin San Bout” (Endless Roots) at the museum, followed by a talk back and patio reception.

The Williams College Museum of Art invites visitors to immerse themselves in new worlds of song, story and dance in a summer program series titled "Immersions." The series opens Thursday, July 7, with Brooklyn-based medieval music ensemble Alkemie.

At the Williams College Museum of Art, the exhibit "Repro Japan: Technologies of Popular Visual Culture" examines how the rise of visual culture, mass produced and consumed en masse, during Japan's Edo period has and continues to influence its popular visual culture, from manga and anime to cosplay and subcultural fashion.