Arts

Lego aesthetic built upon in new film

By Jimmy Christon – 4 weeks ago

I’m going to start this review by saying that if you missed 2014’s “Lego Movie,” you missed out on one of the best movies in recent years. That movie was…

New exhibition series centers queer artistry

By Tori Lafon – 1 month ago

Acting as a mirror to one’s self or to society as a whole, a work of art is a manifestation of environment, beliefs and experiences, or a juncture of all…

Burlesque embraces sensuality

By Matt Stein – 1 month ago

From a young age, kids who maybe do not fit societal notions of “ideal” beauty standards or don’t fit the hourglass figure are constantly compared to what they are not.…

Broadway star graces Vassar stage

By Tori Lafon – 1 month ago

From the Great White Way to the White House, Audra McDonald has a number of impressive performance spaces in her repertoire, and as of this past Sunday, Feb. 5, she…

Exhibit honors famed Vassar alum

By Sam O'Keefe – 1 month ago

A crystal songbird, paintings, gardening tools, poetry books, leather riding boots…these disparate objects display themselves in the Main and Art Libraries and in the Loeb Art Center. Encapsulated in the glass…