After spending decades as a psychotherapist, Steve Cadwell now has a second job that is admittedly a “bridge to retirement,” he said.
Arts & Culture
Atypically formal for a collegiate event, ushers dressed in black tie greeted concertgoers and a grand piano graced the stage of Salomon 101 Tuesday night.
Rising from the ashes of now-defunct Issues Magazine, Synecdoche launched this semester as the newest literary arts magazine on campus.
Pilar Fraile Amador’s poetry, widely published in her native Spain, uses words to create and explore surreal spheres of personal and political identity.
If only more students ventured into the Waterman eatery, it would be the perfect place to sip on warm tea and dive into a boisterous game of Pictionary.
This season’s theater lineup will explore the transcendental power of relationships and art’s ability to grapple with timeless issues of identity.
Perhaps it is rather cliche to convey imperfection through visual art, but to experience it aurally is an innovative concept.
Since its foundation in 2009, the Guantanamo Public Memory Project has promoted discussion about the U.S. naval base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Walking through the Peace Art Exhibit is a Twilight Zone-esque venture.
Local artist Alice Benvie Gebhert, whose work in kiln-fired fused glass has appeared in exhibits across New England, creates collage-like pieces.