Arts

Poets instill hope, inspire students

By Holly Shulman – 4 months ago

On Thursday, Sept. 27, at 6 p.m., 21 senators sat in a room on Capitol Hill facing Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Three hundred miles away, about 15 students and faculty members…

Life of Basquiat to be performed as Broadway musical

By Taylor Stewart – 4 months ago

Born and raised in Brooklyn, an anchor of contemporary art, Jean Michel-Basquiat used to sign his pieces SAMO©. The alias originally stood for “same old shit.” SAMO© was Basquiat’s first…

Brockhampton wows with intense album ‘Iridescence’

By Jimmy Christon – 4 months ago

Just nine months ago, Brockhampton released their most recent album. Over the summer, they crafted two different records, ejected a band member and still managed to release a trio of…

Paul Simon performs nostalgic farewell tour

By Dean Kopitsky – 4 months ago

Whatever may happen to this world—political calamity, natural disaster, the sun swallowing the Earth itself—there will still be a place for Paul Simon’s fingerpicking guitar and Art Garfunkel’s lullaby voice.…

ViCE introduces campus to varied, up-and-coming artists

By Abby Tarwater – 4 months ago

Vassar students are treated to eclectic and high-quality live music throughout the school year—whether that takes the form of a steamy Mug concert or an electrifying show on the Vogelstein…

Royal Academy exhibit prioritizes gender parity in art

By Taylor Stewart – 4 months ago

London’s Royal Academy of Arts (RA), part conservatoire and part exhibition house, celebrated its 250th anniversary in the spring by expanding the campus to include more exhibitions, free art displays,…

Artist Noname brings confidence, wit to new record

By Emma Bauchner – 4 months ago

Shortly before “Room 25” was released, Noname expressed concern that some of her longtime fans might be frustrated with the album. “I feel like a lotta people are gonna be…

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