Artist talks homespun approach

By Meghan Hayfield – 2 months ago

On Tuesday, Nov. 27, artist Joanne Greenbaum spoke in Taylor Hall on her life and career, describing the path to becoming an artist in her own way. Without commenting or…

Love Heals event depicts life with HIV

By Abby Tarwater – 2 months ago

Although deaths caused by AIDS peaked at 1.9 million worldwide in 2004, the disease remains a leading cause of death globally (Henry J Kaiser Family Foundation, “The Global HIV/ AIDS…

Exhibit features Indigenous artists, confronts stereotypes

By Abby Tarwater – 2 months ago

Modern art museums rarely showcase the works of Indigenous artists, especially in ways that do not infantilize and dominate Native voices. The upcoming Palmer Gallery exhibit “Imagining Indigenous Futures,” which…

Death! Welcome: A Playlist for the Last Weeks of Hardcore Work

By Izzy Braham – 2 months ago

The Internet: “Come Together”—Start off strong with this fun tune with a catchy beat and mesmerizing vocals. “Come Together” will motivate you to put together that pesky outline. Thunderpussy: “Fever”—My…

Photo contest highlights details, meaningful moments

By Dean Kopitsky – 2 months ago

Aglinting sunrise over Copenhagen, a woman playing the harp in a nook of ancient Jerusalem limestone, a crowd of plastic Maneki-Neko cats saluting in unison outside of a Tokyo temple,…

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