When people picture a “rhombic dodecahedron,” they might see a 12-faced geometric object. George Hart sees a sculpture.
Arts & Culture
Spike Jonze’s new film is to the Encyclopedia Britannica what the average movie is to a pamphlet. In fact, it rewrites the Encyclopedia Britannica.
From the lofty parapet of Mount Olympus to the tortured currents of the River Styx, the gods have no fury like a woman scorned.
Okey Ndibe — author, political journalist, essayist, professor, editor and current visiting assistant professor of Africana studies — is a busy man.
Undergraduates, guest artists and students from Central Falls High School gathered at the Granoff Center this weekend for the ADLI’s 15th annual Mini-Fest.
The Jenks Society for Lost Museums was founded in spring 2013.
The photos have a quiet presence, but their subjects, stories and adjoining placards speak loudly.
With strength and poise, the imPulse Dance Company takes the stage this week for their annual show in Alumnae Hall.
“Passing Strange” is aptly named. It’s bizarre and brazen, self-mocking and self-vindicating, loud and caustic.
The unfortunate aspect of the Alumni Anniversary Exhibition is its lack of clear coordination.