Akram Khan’s XENOS, which focuses on a colonial soldier after World War I, is his final solo show. Photo courtesy of Jean-Louis Fernandez, 62 Center. Entering the main stage of the ’62 Center Thursday evening, one might have initially been struck by the classical Indian music and lament filling the room, performed by vocalist Aditya Prakash and percussionist B C Manjunath.
The Ernest Brown World Music Series brought La Voz de Tres to Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall last Friday. Photo courtesy of La Voz de Tres.
Thandiwe and Niambi Sala performed in Goodrich Hall Saturday night. OSHUN’S debut album, bittersweet vol.
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.
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.
WALLS participants camped out in Lawrence Hall overnight to get their first-choice picks from WCMA’s covetable collection. See the pieces in their new homes! Photos by Aniah Price and Sabrine Brismeur
Mina Burns ’22
Mina Burns with Ambassade d’Autriche, Eugène Atget.
Stephan James and Kiki Layne help bring James Baldwin’s novel to visual life in Barry Jenkins’ screen adaptation of If Beale Street Could Talk. (PHOTO COURTESY OF TATUM MANGUS/ANNAPURNA PICTURES)
My first experience with a Barry Jenkins film was two years ago on an airplane.
Gina Coleman ’90 strums her cigar box guitar at the International Blues Challenge final. (PHOTO COURTESY OF ROGER STEPHENSON)
“The last time I was here was for my grandmother’s funeral service,” remarks Gina Coleman ’90, looking up dazedly into the rafters.