Transgender art provides an important framework to reflect on gender and identity, panelists said at an event dis- cussing and showcasing transgender and genderqueer arts on Wednesday.
Incoming Art Chair Natalie T. Chang imagines what happened during her semester abroad.
Incoming Music executive Se-Ho B. Kim discusses New York City, "Evan Almighty," razed sculptures, and your lips. Art or not art?
Incoming campus arts executive Tree A. Palmedo is, in fact, named Tree A. Palmedo.
In the first Arts Year In Review special issue, the Crimson Arts board covers the best films and albums of the year and reports the results of the 2013 Arts Poll.
Ola Topczewska '15, outgoing Campus Arts exec.
Outgoing Campus Arts Executive and Incoming Books Executive Grace E. Huckins selects the 5 songs of the year that signal the end of sexism.
Incoming Campus Arts Exec Will Holub-Moorman
Incoming Campus Arts Exec Will Holub-Moorman runs through the scenes we all would've liked to see make the ending of Breaking Bad.
Usually actors are given specific roles by a director, but with this adaptation of William Golding’s "Lord of the Flies," director Alistair A. Debling ’16 let the actors decide for themselves which characters fit their actions and dispositions. "Flies," which will open in the Loeb Ex on Dec. 5, is inspired by Golding’s novel but differs from the original in its narrative form and character development.
The best-known of Stephen Sondheim’s musicals are generally populated with bizarre and memorable characters; who could forget the Demon Barber of Fleet Street, lovers Maria and Tony in "West Side Story," or Sondheim’s tormented version of painter Georges Seurat in "Sunday in the Park with George"? But Sondheim’s "Company," which will go up in Farkas Hall on Dec. 5, depicts characters that are not so different from ourselves.
Twelve portriats sit in a row with an accompanying photo book for each person as a part of the Blokadnitsy Project. The new show in CGIS South documents the lives and experiences of women who survived the Siege of Leningrad in World War II.
Student actors protray Nazi officials in “Conspiracy” on the Loeb Mainstage, a play about the 1942 Wannasee conference in Germany.
Members of the Ballet Company stagger during the show. Their performance was modeled after F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel.