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Articles by Emma Wohl (47)

Arts & Culture

Form and function join ‘in spiritual union’

March 21, 2011 0 comments

Students packed the Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts Friday night to see an exhibition of contemporary art, much of it by students at Brown and the Rhode Island School of Design.

Arts & Culture

Shakespeare goes off the Green, out of control

March 18, 2011 0 comments

Shakespeare on the Green moves indoors this weekend to present “The Compleat Works of Wllm Shkspr (abridged),” directed by Nicole Damari ’12 and Kirsten Ward ’12. The play attempts to condense all 37 Shakespeare plays and 154 sonnets into one night. The result is an explosion of sounds and props.

Local students participate in an art program run by CityArts, a community organization dedicated to supplementing art education in public schools.


Prov. schools’ art budget dwindles

March 15, 2011 0 comments
This article is part of the series Education in Crisis

With funding reduced across all disciplines in public schools, it is unclear how areas like the arts — whose success cannot be measured through standardized tests — will fare in the next round of cuts.

Higher Ed

Lafayette students to cross into N. Korea

March 14, 2011 0 comments

Lafayette College in Pennsylvania may be the first American university to offer a for-credit study-abroad program in North Korea this summer.

Arts & Culture

Artist spotlight: Jina Park ’11

March 7, 2011 0 comments

Jina Park ’11 has always been fascinated with how clothes shape people’s lives. “I think it’s really interesting that for work, a person would have to care about how they dress,” she said. Brown has no concentrations in fashion design or apparel, so Park had to find her own path in the world of design. She is concentrating in visual arts and economics but has been interested in fashion since freshman year. “Not to be discouraging to people who want to work in fashion, but I actually found it pretty difficult to work on fashion at Brown,” she said.

University News

Diddy, TV on the Radio to headline Spring Weekend

March 7, 2011 0 comments

A week and a day after hip-hop icon Sean “Diddy” Combs tweeted he would be coming to Brown as part of his upcoming tour, the Brown Concert Agency confirmed that Diddy-Dirty Money — a group featuring Combs as well as singers Dawn Richard and Kalenna Harper— and indie-electronic group TV on the Radio will be headlining this year’s Spring Weekend.

University News

Diddy tweet hints at Spring Weekend appearance

February 28, 2011 0 comments

Yes, Diddy did it. His Sunday evening Tweet, announcing an upcoming show at Brown, may have broken the traditional code of silence surrounding the Spring Weekend lineup.

Arts & Culture

Girl Talk mashes, openers bore

February 28, 2011 0 comments

Playing to a packed crowd at Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel Friday night, Girl Talk captivated the audience by pressing buttons and twisting knobs. But first, two opening performers provided a counterexample to Girl Talk’s appeal. Junk Culture, a duo on drums and a synthesizer, and solo artist Max Tundra took Girl Talk’s basic concept of unconventional mash-ups a little further.

Arts & Culture

PW delivers ‘Hamlet’ to an audience of one

February 23, 2011 0 comments

You start at the bottom of a staircase, with little to no idea of what awaits you. A masked actress descends and leads you back up. You go through a door into a room that — if you are familiar with Production Workshop’s upspace — you thought you knew.

University News

Weinstein reflects on growth and discovery

February 18, 2011 0 comments

Professor of Comparative Literature Arnold Weinstein read an excerpt from his new book “Morning, Noon, and Night” and discussed its creation in front of a small crowd of community members and students in the Brown Bookstore Thursday afternoon. The book of literary analysis touches on the same subjects of confusion, isolation and discovery experienced in adolescence that Weinstein teaches in the first-year seminar COLT 0610D: “Rites of Passage.”

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