Arts

Koons exhibit at Ashmolean features contentious pieces

By Taylor Stewart – 3 days ago

Jeff Koons’ mini-retrospective at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, the world’s oldest public gallery, opened on Thursday, Feb. 7, marking his first public exhibition in the United Kingdom in ten…

Ensemble Mik Nawooj defies genre, promotes unity

By Abby Tarwater – 3 days ago

[Correction (Saturday, Feb. 16): The original headline misspelled “Mik” as “Mic.”] [Disclaimer: The quotes in this article are sourced from an email interview, and they have been edited for clarity.]…

Modfest features artistic diversity

By Madeline Seibel Dean – 1 week ago

While the bright colors of Marsden Hartley’s “Indian Composition” swirled behind them, the voices of the Vassar Women’s Choir lifted up to the high ceiling of the Frances Lehman Loeb…

Students all ears for ‘Baby Driver’

By Holly Shulman – 1 week ago

In the era of Netflix and Hulu, the idea of leaving the comfort of home and watching a movie with a room full of strangers can feel daunting and unnecessary.…

Nostalgic showtunes delight, cabaret engages audience

By Delila Ames – 1 week ago

Cabaret is a unique style of entertainment in which performers interact more heavily with their material than a performer might in a typical concert. A technique called “patter” breaks up…

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