Running into the practice room 426, Maya Kikuchi ‘20 tossed her stuff down and apologized profusely for coming late. “Blame it on Omar!” she said, referring to Omar Camps Kamrin ‘20, music director and score writer of “A Sticky Situation,” a staged
Thomas Callahan ’22 is not an art major. He is not active in any art clubs on campus. But every so often, Callahan works as a professional artist or creates pieces in his room. His medium? Balloon animals. Callahan’s beginning, much like
Serena Yang ’23 is from New York City. She is our very first artist of the week who is a writer! Yang is in OASIS, on the editorial board of Small Craft Warnings, and hosts a WSRN radio show. She is also
“It’s a great art form to tell stories with. People talk about how body language is most of communication. If I’ve been able to improve my ability to communicate with my body through dancing, I think that’s a big part of [dance].
It’s a Thursday morning. Swarthmore students are waking up, getting coffee from the Science Center, and yawning through their morning classes. In The Poetry Project, a research-based poetry class taught by English Professor Nathalie Anderson, students are sharing the poems they wrote
Is it possible to transform our world entirely? Or to take an object and transform it into a living, breathing thing? According to Ariana Hoshino ’20 it is, and the way to do it is film. “It’s all about world-building and putting
As I sit down with Art major Inna Kimbrough ’21 in her new Beardsley studio, she sets up her easel just in time for it to crash down to the floor. “Dude, this is so chaotic,” she says, laughing. Kimbrough’s large expressionist