Williams students took “Princess Ivona” on the road to New York City’s iconic Theatre Row for a limited run in January.
Darlingside — Don Mitchell ’06, Auyon Mukharji ’07, Harris Paseltine ’09 and David Senft ’07 — have a new album out. Check them out on NPR’s World Cafe.
Thomas Krens ’69 has a vision for North Adams — to turn it into a cultural mecca that attract visitors to the Berkshires.
Zachary Wadsworth, assistant professor of music, earned a rave review for his new composition “Battle-Flags,” which was recently performed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
English Professor Jim Shepard spoke to Aspen Public Radio recently about his novel “The Book of Aron.”
Art Professor and film director Liza Johnson ’92 is part of the creative team behind an Amazon Prime pilot hoping to be picked up.
Art Professor Barbara Takenaga’s new work of unprecedented scale on a 100-foot wall in the Hunter Lobby at MASS MoCA suggests blooming crops, a snowy blizzard or a star-filled sky.
Artist Laylah Ali, who also teaches art at Williams, has a new exhibition at Paul Kasmin Gallery on Tenth Avenue in NYC. It’s reviewed here in Time Out New York.
Co-Directed by Eve Biddle ’04, Bowie Zunino ’04, and Jeff Barnett-Winsby, the Wassaic Project programs music, art, dance, and film.
This exhibition is the brainchild of Allie Foradas, MA ’15.