Author: Ashna Shah, Staff Writer

G Yamazawa charms Crowd

G Yamazawa, a top spoken word artist, entertained and impressed last Thursday night. Photo courtesy of Jane Dai On Thursday night, spoken word artist G. Yamazawa came to the College…

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INISH embraces audience in jovial, communal spirit

INISH delivered an enthusiastic, celebratory performance for St. Patrick’s Day at the ’62 Center. photo courtesy of the '62 Center On Friday and Saturday, coinciding perfectly with the upcoming St.…

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‘Great Beauty’ presents probing vision of our future

‘The Great Beauty’ showed at Images, pioneers a new genre of existential science fiction. Photo courtesy of blitzlondon.co.uk At the start of the last week of February, the Italian film…

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‘Her’ takes an introspective look at intelligence, consciousness

‘Her,’ showing at Images until Feb. 20, questions love, life and photo courtesy of pentanglehearts.com human journey. The movie Her, currently playing at Images Cinema until Thursday, Feb. 20, may…

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WALLS transcends boundaries and engages students

  The innovative WALLS exhibition at WCMA opened last Monday night to rave reviews. The paintings will go on loan on Sunday. courtesy of Nathaniel Boley. Last Monday,the Williams Art…

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Senga Nengudi explores fragile line between lecture, artwork

Senga Nengudi’s work, now in WCMA, often uses unconventional materials such as pantyhose. Photo courtesy of pacificstandardtime.org Last Saturday afternoon, sculptor Senga Nengudi came to the Williams College Museum of…

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Visiting artists create global blends of instrumental music

Last Sunday afternoon, Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall hosted an exotic performance by Visiting Artists Freddie Bryant (guitar), Shubhendra Rao (sitar), Saskia Rao-de Haas (Indian cello), Harshad Kanetkar (tabla) and Keita Ogawa…

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