Terpsichore to mount first mainstage show

Next Wednesday, the dance group Terpsichore will have its first Lang Performing Arts Center mainstage show at 6:30 p.m. The show will feature nine dance pieces of varied styles, with influences ranging from Japan to Ghana to American music videos. Terpsichore, named

Drumming and dancing bring unique form of unity

This semester, Sedinam Worlanyo ’17 and Eileen Hou ’16 worked as interns for Intergenerational Drum and Dance Project, which involves about 28 participants, mostly from the Greater Philadelphia community. Every Saturday morning for  four weeks, the participants attended a class at the

Artist Spotlight: Sculptor Lisa Patusky

When you walk past the List Gallery these days, you might be drawn to the muscularly shaped, flowing sculptures inside. These sculptures are part of the senior thesis of Lisa Patusky ’14, a senior from Ohio who is majoring in studio art

RnM diversifies and prepares for upcoming show

Each semester, members of Rhythm n Motion (RnM) recreate our internal worlds on stage. This Saturday, from 8:00 to 9:00 at LPAC, the dancers will mirror our own joy, excitement, and fear through their movement. RnM is the largest and longest dance

First Friday Celebration to kick off Spring Arts Month

There is no better way to celebrate the advent of spring than with art and food. Tomorrow, the Student Activities Office will bring to us the inaugural First Friday Celebration to kick off Swarthmore’s Spring Arts Celebration. First Friday Events aren’t uncommon

A great Grapejam

The Friday evening in the midst of midterms and before the long-anticipated spring break was a popular time for many Swatties to take a break and chill out. They could be found at a fun concert, spending a few moments with friends

Raising voices in song to help the homeless

The snow flurry on Sunday afternoon caused the temperature to drop a further several degrees, but inside the cozy and well-lit Whittier Room of the Friends Meeting House there was a concert going on. It was the third annual “Harmony for the