Arts

UConn Choirs Go Virtual with ‘Old Connecticut’ Alma Mater

May 13, 2020

Unable to perform in their normal venues because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the UConn Choirs have taken to the Internet.

Adjusting to Pandemic Reality, 2020 MFA Thesis Exhibition at Benton Museum Moves Online

April 23, 2020

Undaunted by the restrictions caused by the pandemic, UConn’s 2020 MFA exhibition is now online.

Janet Pritchard Considers the Lay of the Land with her Photography

April 2, 2020

UConn’s Janet Pritchard talks about her approach to landscape photography as a blending of past and present.

Ballard Moves Puppet Workshops Online for Family Fun at Home

April 1, 2020

Undaunted by coronavirus closures, the Ballard Institute Museum of Puppetry is taking its popular puppet-making workshops online.

UConn Students Use Grant to Create Documentary About Yosemite

March 9, 2020

A group of students created a documentary film about a trip to Yosemite National Park, thanks to a UConn IDEA Grant.

Solving the Mystery of the Curious Incident of the Dog at CRT

March 4, 2020

A new play at UConn will offer a performance specifically for audience members with sensory-input disorders.

UConn Through the Viewfinder: Howard Goldbaum’s Campus News Photos

February 12, 2020

A new exhibit at the Benton Museum of Art captures the turbulence of the late 1960s on campus through the eyes of a student photographer.

Keep on Truckin’ with the Art of R. Crumb at Contemporary Art Galleries

February 11, 2020

A new exhibit at UConn features a vast collection of art and memorabilia related to famed underground ‘comix’ artist R. Crumb.

UConn Dance Company: Winter Showcase

February 7, 2020

A photo gallery captures some of the beauty and grace on display at the UConn Dance Company’s Winter Showcase on Feb. 4.

What’s So Funny?: A Q&A with Gina Barreca

January 17, 2020

UConn’s Gina Barreca gets serious about what it means to be funny.

BIMP Exhibit Asks: Can You Preserve a Shadow?

January 10, 2020

The current exhibition at the Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry, “Immaterial Remains: Can You Preserve a Shadow?,” aims to not only showcase the art form, but also focus on the question of how to preserve shadow puppetry in China, where it first appeared during the Han Dynasty more than 2,000 years ago. Chinese Shadow […]