Cherie Z. Hu
Twitter and Journalism: Reclaiming the Hunt
The rise of Twitter-based journalism has bastardized this collecting culture by reducing the “hunt” to passive scrolling through newsfeeds, and the required “expertise” to practically nothing.
Collaboration as Modern Narrative: A Conversation with Members of the Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum
Cherie Z. Hu reflects on the goals of "artistic matchmaking" by investigating an upcoming example of artistic collaboration.
Art as a Different Reality
Cherie Z. Hu speaks to artists Michael B. Luo and Alex P. Beyer about the relationship between art and reality.
Industry of the Message
Cherie Z. Hu speaks to photographer Jordan H. Hayashi and jazz vocalist and composer Laila Smith about art for more than art's sake.
The Artistic Space-Time Continuum
Cherie Z. Hu talks to composer Sean K. Rodan and visual artist Jiye Ha about their work and the intersections of space and time in art.
The Role of Metaphor
Cherie Hu describes the artistic visions of Miriam A. Huettner '17 and Sam Wu '17 with regards to metaphor.