2024 Senior Art Thesis Exhibitions

From April 13 to May 19, the List Gallery will be hosting the 2024 Senior Art Thesis Exhibitions, where works created by art majors during their Senior Capstone will be showcased. There will be two exhibitions: April 13-28 and May 3-19. Below

Echoes of Greece Review

“Echoes of Greece” at the Park Avenue Community (PAC) Center in Swarthmore features the Grammy-nominated Laouto player Vasilis Kostas and award-winning pianist Tom Alexander. Their aim is to “transport the audience to the Greek islands and beyond through a musical journey that

Kitao x IC Spring Art house

The InterCenter Interns and Kitao Art gallery co-hosted the Spring Art house last Friday, April 12, from 7-9 p.m. in the Kitao art gallery. The theme of the exhibition was (In)visibility. Arts exhibited include drawing, painting, photography, digital art, and mixed media.

ASHES of Fate Review

I’ve been paying attention to “ASHES of Fate” since the beginning of last semester, reading biweekly newsletters made by Amanda Roessler ’24 on the production progress and occasionally hearing bits from those involved. Last weekend, this all-original musical was finally put onto

Giselle at the Philadelphia Ballet: A Review

The Philadelphia Ballet’s “Giselle” is a masterclass in classical ballet. In two acts, it tells the story of a peasant girl, Giselle, and her tragic love story with Albrecht, a nobleman pretending to be a peasant. When a rival in love reveals

Dead Eyes: Motion Capture’s Achilles Heel

When people left theaters in 2004 after viewing The Polar Express, people left with a feeling of discomfort. Personally, I left scared. I was so scared that I could not bring myself to watch it again for a couple of years. I

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