Arts

Seniors take final VC bows

By – 3 days ago

Theatre is an inherently collaborative art. The final product on opening night is a team effort, the combined vision of dedicated directors, designers, actors and stage managers. Here at Vassar,…

Exhibition pays tribute to local history of refugees

By Sasha Gopalakrishnan – 3 days ago

Poughkeepsie, along with the larger Hudson Valley, has a long history of housing refugees. In order to preserve their stories of flight from violence and repression and of finding refuge…

Devised piece envisions utopia

By Sasha Gopalakrishnan – 4 weeks ago

“It used to be warm here before we had fun,” echoed the narrator, or rather time traveler, at the conclusion of “Victory Over the Sun,” a devised play directed by…

Feist enchants in new album ‘Pleasure’

By Izzy Braham – 4 weeks ago

Now we all know that on April 28, the new Gorillaz album dropped (which is great by the way), but on that same day the quiet magnificence that is singer…

Gorillaz deliver lackluster performance on ‘Humanz’

By Jimmy Christon – 4 weeks ago

Unless you’re Phish, D’angelo’s “Voodoo” or Outkast, I’m always going to be skeptical if your album is over an hour long. It should most definitely not have a running time…

Baroque-era master honored at long last

By Sasha Gopalakrishnan – 1 month ago

In a pioneering move, the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center is currently hosting the first-ever exhibition dedicated to works by the last great painter of the Baroque period, Francesco de…

Visiting artists discuss narratives of Spanish history

By Kayla Schwab and Matthew McCardwell – 1 month ago

On May 3, an installation by interdisciplinary artist Ann Burke Daly and Spanish musician, writer and translator Álvaro Marcos, “SPECERE LAB,” will be on view in the Aula. Their project…