Whitney E. Adair
'Maggot' by Paul Muldoon is available in bookstores now.
The sculptors of Harvard landscapes create sustainable outdoor havens.
Four students travel the globe to try out the life of the professional artist
Campus dance teams train and compete to sharpen their tools of creative expression
Theater and visual art on campus problematize our perspective on the American laborer.
Graphic design students independently seek opportunities to learn and practice graphic design.
The Wiyohpityata exhibit at the Peabody Museum is a sensory experience that immerses the visitor in the sounds, images, and even smells associated with Lakota culture.
The Wiyohpiyata exhibit at the Peabody is a sensory experience that immerses the visitor in the sounds, images, and even smells associated with Lakota culture.
Student DJs across campus emphasize the intense, empathic relationship that develops between themselves and an elated (or simply drunk) audience.
Drawing financial support from the university and inspiration from the colorful Boston film community, film students find ample opportunites to pursue creative projects from within the department of Visual and Environmental Studies.
What more can science uncover by turning its gaze on art—or, conversely, what can art teach the scientists?
Although the Task Force Report has had minimal concrete impact thus far, the administration’s open support for the arts has caused a wave of optimism among the student body.