The show consists of a series of works by 11 contemporary artists responding to Bhrigupati Singh’s new book, “Poverty and the Quest for Life.”
Arts & Culture
A new online campus publication bearing the name B-Side Magazine officially launched this weekend.
A dramatic subversion of the usual road trip comedy, the film follows a journalist tasked with profiling author David Foster Wallace.
Exploring relationships between paranoia, exclusion and the perilous terrain of adolescent friendship, “The Sisterhood of Night” kept audiences in suspense.
Light, punny and packed with satire, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” is sure to send audience members home chuckling.
After dining on Mama Kim’s, audience members gathered to watch “KTX: Korean Time Express,” the ninth annual Korean Culture Show Saturday night.
Penn Masala, a Penn male student a capella group composed of 13 undergraduates, performedto a full crowd at the RISD Auditorium Friday evening.
IFF will host several events this week, including screenplay readings, workshops and screenings, illuminating issues of animation and diversity in media.
GlobalMed at Brown welcomed a series of artists to share the stage with the audience members in their creative endeavors.
Though short on substance, Georges Feydeau’s frantic comedy, “A Flea in Her Ear,” entertains in an absurdist and innuendo-heavy exploration of infidelity.