Arts

Painter Morris blurs natural and abstract

By CHARLACIA DENT – 8 years ago

Painter and foreign language enthusiast Madeleine Morris ’14 is not afraid to push boundaries in her art, blurring the distinction between abstract and naturalistic. But she has not always approached…

Downton Abbey producer to lecture

By EMMA DANIELS – 8 years ago

In 2011, Rebecca Eaton ’69 made the list of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people. And this Friday, April 26th, television producer Eaton will add to her extensive list of…

Rubblebucket promises dance-inducing performance

By JACK OWEN – 8 years ago

For music fanatics, ViCE Jazz has organized a special treat for tomorrow night: a concert by the high-energy, indie-dance band Rubblebucket. ViCE Jazz Committee Member Toby Sola ’14 promises that…

NBC’s Hannibal revives iconic character

By MAX ROOK – 8 years ago

Hannibal Lecter is a character who is ingrained in pop culture. Anthony Hopkins’ chilling performance as film’s most infamous cannibal in 1991’s Silence of the Lambs is iconic, and Lecter…

Evil Dead a violent, patriarchal flick

By LILY SLOSS – 8 years ago

In my Asian Horror cinema class, we have spent many a class discussing the idea of the “monstrous-feminine.” For those of you who haven’t had the pleasure of taking a…

Campus Canvas 4/24/2013

By MADELEINE MORRIS – 8 years ago

In this piece, for a Sculpture 1 assignment about scale, I made oversized Russian nesting dolls or matryoshka.  The changing scale of the nesting dolls that stack inside each other…

Weldon ’05 to perform songs on queer experience, romance

By EMMA DANIELS – 8 years ago

Numerous acclaimed contemporary musicians got their start at Vassar: Victoria Legrand ‘03, members of The Bravery ‘99,members of Genghis Tron ’05 and ‘06, and Julia Weldon ‘05. Weldon, a prolific…