At the Artists Town Hall in August 2018, more than 100 local artists gathered at MASS MoCA to share resources and network. Photo courtesy of Assets for Artists.
Thandiwe and Niambi Sala performed in Goodrich Hall Saturday night. OSHUN’S debut album, bittersweet vol.
Students construct their own zines during the hands-on portion of Thursday’s workshop. Photo courtesy of Wilson Lam.
Students attended a pop-up party dedicated to and modeled after rapper Tierra Whack’s project Whack World. Photo courtesy of Nasir Grissom.
Newly opened LOCAL Consignment & Boutique offers trendy thrift within walking distance of the College. Photo by Sabrine Brismeur. Specializing in women’s clothing, jewelry, unique trinkets and gifts, LOCAL Consignment & Boutique is the latest addition to Water Street.
An interestingly paradoxical trend describes museum quality: The more effort put into engineering the experience, the more invisible the effort becomes. The most clever, intuitive gallery designs match the visitors’ needs, like attentive parents anticipating their children’s demands, precisely so that they may be overlooked.
This past weekend, Cap & Bells put on a production of Noises Off – a famous comedy of errors. Students and community members alike were treated to a three-hour witty, slapstick comedy at the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance.
The premise of the show is simple, albeit quite meta: A travelling theatre company is attempting to put on a comedy that focuses on the farcical interactions between numerous people who have all illicitly entered a house they each believe to be empty.
Artist Rafa Esparza adds detail to one of the portraits exhibited in staring at the sun. Esparza works with adobe instead of canvas.
Members of the Sawyer Thoughts team include (from left) Grace Dailey ’22, Annie Miklas ’22, Sydney Pope ’22, Hannah Jackson ’22 and Sam Schraver ’22. Leslie Garcia/Staff Photographer.
Ben Ortiz, an archivist from the Cornell Hip-Hop Collection, will DJ on Claiming Williams Day. Photo courtesy of Ben Ortiz.
Pop sensation Celeste (Natalie Portman), left, prays with daughter Albertine (Raffey Cassidy) in Vox Lux. Photo courtesy of Rolling Stone.