Spring Art Shows Put Graduating Students’ Work on Display
From the everyday to the celestial, students find inspiration for art in many sources
Weekend Performances of ‘The Persians’ Bring Puppets Back to Life on Campus
Presenting an ancient Greek tragedy with new resonance in light of the war in Ukraine
Audience Members Become Stars of the Show in ‘HYPROV: Improv Under Hypnosis’ at the Jorgensen
'When you hypnotize somebody, the part of the brain that deals with self-reflection becomes disconnected'
Art Professor Shares Personal Collection of Mithila Art in Latest Exhibition at the Benton
The tradition of beautiful, elaborate works was 'hidden from history' until the 20th century
Celebrating Purim with a Spiel That Shows Off What Happens in the Shadows
A production in West Hartford draws on artistic traditions from around the globe to celebrate the Jewish holiday
Ballard Exhibit Highlights Depth of Puerto Rican Puppetry to Educate, Entertain, Advocate
'We want to draw attention to what puppetry has been, is, and could be and how it connects with the important ideas that people have about themselves, their communities, and their society'
Poems & Rhapsodies: UConn Professors Fuse Ukrainian, French, British, & American Sound
The National Symphony of Ukraine is considered the preeminent orchestra in Ukraine. “Poems & Rhapsodies” captures the poetic essence and rhapsodic style of Ukrainian, French, British, & American composers.
Jorgensen’s Digital Stage Returns For Series of Performances
Four shows this spring will help determine future of livestreaming for performing arts events
‘Remembering the Nut Museum’ Brings Former Quirky Roadside Attraction to the Benton
Here's the story in a nutshell: go see this exhibit. You walnut be disappointed