On Friday, April 6, the 2018 Senior Thesis Exhibition opened to the public. Every year, the show is one of the most well-attended events at the Bates College Museum of Art, and for good reason. The show is the product of a full year of preparation.
MGMT is pretty weird. The band’s particular brand of alternative/indie with hint of psychedelia became popular after their first album Oracular Spectacular, followed by two less popular albums Congratulations and MGMT. On February 9, the group.
Walking around the Portland Museum of Art 2018 Biennial Exhibit, I happened to be thinking about what a museum is. The definition by the books popped in my head: museums collect, conserve, and interpret objects. But as it often happens, after a few.
This Friday, March 3, Hayes House hosted an art exhibit in its basement. The exhibition, named Splinters, contained sculptures, photographs, drawings, paintings, small installations and performances, all curated by the residents of the house. The.
Contemporary art museums are weird. You go past the reception and enter an unusual place where anything is possible. You see canvasses painted with one single tone of red and you see benches on which no one can sit. If you are lucky enough, you will.
I have always liked to walk into plays that I have never heard about. There is something magical about entering a completely new world; you’ve read no previews, no guides, no scripts, no cast, no title. More often than not, I recommend doing that..
Last Friday, October 18, the Bates Museum of Art inaugurated its new exhibition: “Phantom Punch: Contemporary art from Saudi Arabia in Lewiston.” Words nearly fail to explain how powerful and intriguing this exhibition is. Before.
There are days in which we wake up and life seems like something that happens to us rather than something we have under control. That is the world of “Tomorrow in the Battle,” a play directed by Visiting Assistant Professor Sally Wood..
John Cariani’s first lesson came in the very first seconds of his workshop: “I don’t like writing, but I love creating content for actors.” As liberal arts students, many of us can already relate to Cariani, the famous actor and.
The first minute of Sara Juli’s performance was silent. From the center of the small stage in Gannett Theater, she took a moment to look deep inside everyone’s eyes with a compassion that reminded one of a mother. This minute was the only silent.