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Rabbit Gallery opens, displaying young artistic, entrepreneurial talent

Rabbit Gallery opens, displaying young artistic, entrepreneurial talent

On Friday, May 16, the Rabbit Gallery opened its doors once again for a new year and under a new board. Located this year at 502 West College Ave, the opening reception featured refreshments, live music and a new crop of artistic submissions in all genres and invited students, professors, donors and guests to come

“The Weird Sisters” provides a delightful, Shakespeare inspired read

While the title of Eleanor Brown’s “The Weird Sisters” instantly evokes pictures of the three haggard crones from Shakespeare’s “Macbeth,” Brown’s three sisters, three women in their 30s from a tiny Midwestern college town, are decidedly less imposing, and Brown’s story is definitely more of a contemporary fiction than a Shakespearean fantasy. The sisters do,

“Bird Lady” transforms photographs into movements

On Thursday, April 3, and Friday, April 4, Rebecaa Salzer Dance Theatre presented the premiere of “Bird Lady,” a multimedia dance piece conceived by Salzer, Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance, and Kristine McIntyre. The piece is inspired by the work of Chicago nanny and street photographer Vivian Maier, who took over 150,000 photographs throughout her

“Winter Light” exhibition explores winter and humanity

On Thursday, Feb. 6, the winter cold permeated the third floor of the Seeley G. Mudd library as the students of the Introduction to Photography class opened their new exhibition, “Winter Light,” in the Mudd Gallery. Inspired by Ingmar Bergman’s film of the same name, the students used low-tech HOLGA cameras to explore the stark,

Steve Martin’s “An Object of Beauty” examines the morality of the art world

You probably saw it, walking through the book aisle in Target or Costco. Its white cover contrasts sharply with the colorful romance novels and thrillers around it. But you might have done a double take when you saw the author’s name. “Huh,” you might have thought, “He has the same name as Steve Martin.” And

Wriston Art Center Galleries debut three fall exhibitions

On Friday, Sept. 27, the Wriston Art Center Galleries debuted their three new Fall exhibitions. Washington, D.C.-based artist Stephanie J. Williams, whose exhibition “Homegrown” is currently showing in the Kohler Gallery, opened the exhibitions with a lecture about her influences and inspirations in art. After the lecture, attendees were invited to partake in refreshments, chat

César Aira puzzles and entertains

If you ploughed through Jorge Luis Borges’s short stories long after the Freshman Studies assignments were over and read Garcia Marquez’s “One Hundred Years of Solitude” for fun over the summer, then look no further than César Aira’s “The Literary Conference” for your next read. Aira is one of his native Argentina’s most prolific contemporary