Arts & Culture
CRT Explores World of Film Noir in ‘Band of the Black Hand’
The show, which incorporates modern Indonesian shadow puppetry and jazz music, is continuously evolving as a ‘devised theater’ production.
- March 17, 2015 Passion for Art May Thwart Pursuits of the Heart Individuals who share their creativity with their partner are more likely to enjoy long-term relationships, but solo pursuits may keep them single, according to a new UConn study.
- March 6, 2015 The Early Evolution of Christian Philanthropy UConn historian Daniel Caner studies the redistribution of wealth through religious gifts in early Christian society.
- March 4, 2015 Sackler Composition Performance Pays Tribute to Sandy Hook ‘A Child’s Requiem’ is a work of complexity, both in terms of the notes and the subject matter.
- March 2, 2015 Benton Museum to Display Shakespeare’s ‘First Folio’ in 2016 ‘First Folio! The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare’ – a traveling exhibit – will make a month-long stop at UConn next year.
- February 27, 2015 CRT Adaptation of ‘Lysistrata’ Introduces MFA Acting Class UConn MFA students are helping to give a fresh approach to an ancient Greek drama.
- February 13, 2015 Love is in the Air UConn family studies professor Kari Adamsons discusses some matters of the heart.
- Food is Art in UConn Reads Exhibits February 4, 2015
- Hospital’s High-tech Wall Opens Doors to Imagination January 27, 2015
- Benton Sets Up ‘In the Paint’ Exhibition January 21, 2015
- What Ever Happened to Gillette Castle? January 15, 2015