Barbary Coast will perform tribute concert to Sun Ra

Audience members are primed for the trip of a lifetime, as Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble will play a concert that delivers them to space, celebrating the influence of musician and philosopher Sun Ra on Saturday. Noted trombonist and composer Craig Harris, who once played with Sun Ra as a member of Arkestra, will join Barbary Coast on stage.


Documentarian Krawitz screens ‘Perfect Strangers,’ visits classes

Documentarian Jan Krawitz explores the emotions and experiences of altruistic organ donors in her most recent documentary, “Perfect Strangers” (2013), which will be screened at the Loew Audtorium on Wednesday evening.


Profs talk new ways to teach ‘The Bard’

Called “The Swan of Avon,” “The Bard of Avon” or simply “The Bard,” William Shakespeare and his plays and poems remain a staple in English literary education. Dartmouth marked the 400th anniversary of the poet’s death with a symposium on Friday and Saturday in the Haldeman Center that focused on how to teach his works today.


Waterman sculpts new work for LSC


Hood events explore the civil rights movement through art


WWI poster show explores the 'unseen'


Student Spotlight: Corinne Romano '15

Romano said she came to college confident in what she wanted to get out of the experience and has stuck to her path since freshman year. Now a senior, the studio art major and digital arts minor can reflect on her time in the arts at the College.


Beyond the Bubble: Video Games as Artistic Expression

If someone asked you what art is, what would you say? Art is harder to define than you thought it would be, isn’t it? A friend posed this question to me the other day, and my response was a jumbled list of names.


Emerson String Quartet to play Hop WWI series

Nine-time Grammy Award winners The Emerson String Quartet will perform at the Hopkins Center on Tuesday evening. The program will consist of string quartet works from composers Benjamin Britten, Maurice Ravel and Dmitri Shostakovich.


Visuals enchant, plot lags in ‘Book of Life’

Vibrant, encompassing, kaleidoscopic and free-flowing: these words evoke images from “The Epic of American Civilization,” commonly known as the Orozco Mural. Its expressive richness was typical of the early 20th century’s Mexican muralism movement, spearheaded by Diego Rivera and Orozco himself. Director Jorge Gutierrez’s first animated feature film, “The Book of Life” (2014), brings muralism into the 21st century, creating a bustling, sumptuous 3-D adventure that explodes off the screen.


Concert to feature video, collaboration