Arts & Culture
‘The Wanderer’ Combines Classical Music with Contemporary Dance
Baritone Ryan Burns, a graduate student, will perform a Schubert song cycle as soloist with the innovative Jessica Lang Dance Co.
- November 13, 2015 ‘The Whisper’ in the Words and Pictures of Pamela Zagarenski SFA graduate Pamela Zagarenski ’88 appears at the Connecticut Children’s Book Fair — an event for all ages that celebrates the joy of reading and acknowledges the special place that the art of illustration plays in telling a good story.
- October 29, 2015 CRT’s ANON(YMOUS) Translates Classic Poem CRT puts a new twist on Homer’s classic poem, The Odyssey.
- October 22, 2015 ‘Sacred Sisters’ Exhibit Portrays Women of Faith Art and poetry combine in a new exhibit at the Benton Museum that depicts nuns across the centuries and from around the world.
- October 8, 2015 The Laramie Project: An Exploration of Prejudice and Tolerance CRT opens the season with The Laramie Project, set in the aftermath of the murder of gay college student Matthew Shepard.
- October 2, 2015 Why Do Female Comedians Disappear After Dark? English professor and humorist Gina Barreca wonders, where are the women on late-night television?
- September 21, 2015 Painting at the Very Edge of Art The Contemporary Art Galleries’ latest exhibition explores a new interest in abstraction among young artists.
- Original Puppet Production ‘Unfolds’ a Woman’s Journey September 17, 2015
- Connecting the Dots: Aboriginal Art Tied to Land, Religion September 14, 2015
- Composer David Dzubay Wins 2015 Sackler Composition Prize September 1, 2015
- In Case You Missed It, Summer 2015 August 28, 2015