Choreographer Will Rawls ’00 co-organized a dance project that paid tribute to the dance world’s losses to AIDS.
Chaedria LaBouvier ’07 brought Jean-Michel Basquiat’s powerful work, “Defacement,” to WCMA to engage the community in conversations about race and police brutality.
Kristen Anderson-Lopez ’94 is on a mission to make Broadway heroines weird and wonderful.
Audrey Bell ’10 is one of two artists inaugurating Mississippi State University’s Emerging Craftsperson Residency program.
Composer-lyricist William Finn ’74, cofounder and artistic producer of Barrington Stage Company’s Musical Theatre Lab, has made it his mission to help young composers develop their musicals.
Novelist Jay McInerney ’76 and his new book were featured in The New Yorker.
Music Department artist-in-residence Kris Allen is out with a new album, “Beloved,” that is winning great reviews.
Professor of English Alison Case recently spoke to WAMC’s The Roundtable about her novel “Nelly Dean.”
Sensing Place: Reflecting on Stone Hill, a new exhibition at the Lunder Center at the Clark Art Institute, was organized by Mark C. Taylor, Professor of Religion, Columbia University, and Henry W. Art, Robert F. Rosenburg Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies, Williams College.
Prof. Laylah Ali ’90 isn’t exactly a portrait painter.