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Articles by Rebecca Carcieri (18)

Actors Edi Gathegi and Tayler Buck discussed their methods of getting into character and researching for their roles in this movie about a foster child who runs away to live with her mentally ill and homeless father.

Arts & Culture

“Princess of the Row” actors Edi Gathegi, Tayler Buck join Ivy Film Festival for virtual talk

February 26, 2021 0 comments

The Ivy Film Festival welcomed actors Edi Gathegi and Tayler Buck for a conversation about their film “Princess of the Row” Wednesday evening.

“Left and Right or Being who/where you are” brings political performance to virtual platform

Arts & Culture

“Left and Right or Being who/where you are” brings political performance to virtual platform

February 16, 2021 0 comments

“Left and Right, or Being who/where you are,” a performance presented by the Brown Arts Initiative, held five shows last week, all of which sold out. The series of virtual performances began Feb. 10 and concluded Feb. 14. 

Student YouTubers discuss their “niche,” creative process

Arts & Culture

Student YouTubers discuss their “niche,” creative process

February 11, 2021 0 comments

When Kaiti Yoo ’22, a former senior staff writer at The Herald, was sent home from Brown in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Yoo experienced what she described as an “existential crisis.” All throughout January and February, she was applying to countless internships, all of which were canceled.

John Krasinski ’01 shines as host of Saturday Night Live

Arts & Culture

John Krasinski ’01 shines as host of Saturday Night Live

January 31, 2021 0 comments

The 2021 return of Saturday Night Live featured first-time host John Krasinski ’01 and musical guest Machine Gun Kelly for a refreshing episode on Jan. 30.

The Brown Arts Initiative’s new David Dornstein ’85 Grant honors an alum who was one of 270 victims in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 on Dec. 21, 1988.

Arts & Culture

Brown Arts Initiative debuts David Dornstein ’85 Grant

January 20, 2021 0 comments

The Brown Arts Initiative introduced the David Dornstein ’85 Artist Grant on Jan. 4. The new grant will award a total of $50,000 annually to at least one graduating senior and graduating graduate student, with each being eligible to receive up to $25,000.

Jessica Rothe (fourth from the left) and Harry Shum Jr (seventh from the left) with director of photography Russ T. Alsobrook (fifth from the left) and director Marc Meyers (sixth from the left) on the set of All My Life.

Arts & Culture

“All My Life” actors Jessica Rothe and Harry Shum Jr. discuss new film at virtual roundtable

December 20, 2020 0 comments

Actors Jessica Rothe and Harry Shum Jr. reflected on the importance of living in the moment after starring in the new film, “All My Life,” at a virtual roundtable Thursday afternoon. 

Both Johnson’s classes and her activism at Brown, urging the University to divest their money from South Africa due to apartheid, informed her documentary filmmaking career by opening her eyes to the larger world.

Arts & Culture

Documentarian Kirsten Johnson ’87 reflects on Brown’s influence on her career

November 18, 2020 0 comments

When an 18-year-old Kirsten Johnson ’87 arrived at Brown in the fall of 1983, she had never even picked up a film camera, let alone imagined a future where she would travel the world for her career as a filmmaker.

During a panel on her newest documentary, “TIME,” filmmaker Garrett Bradley drew connections between supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement and individuals impacted by incarceration.

News, University News

Filmmaker Garrett Bradley joins Watson Institute for conversation about “TIME”

November 10, 2020 0 comments

The Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs welcomed director Garrett Bradley for a Monday evening conversation about her new documentary “TIME.” Bradley was joined by Associate Professor of Sociology Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve and Director of the Watson Institute Edward Steinfeld.

University organist Mark Steinbach, dressed as Dracula, performed for over 300 people via Zoom on Halloween.

Arts & Culture

Steinbach haunts in first virtual Halloween Midnight Organ Recital

November 1, 2020 2 comments

University Organist Mark Steinbach, dressed as Dracula, virtually emerged from his coffin in a live-streamed rendition of the annual Halloween Midnight Organ Recital Saturday night. Over 300 people enjoyed the recital — which commenced at midnight — from the comfort of their own electronic devices.

Clubs have used Zoom meetings, the virtual career fair and taped video auditions to recruit new members in spite of restrictions on in-person meetings.

Arts & Culture

On-campus organizations at Brown transition to virtual recruitment for fall 2020

October 7, 2020 0 comments

The University’s extracurricular organizations have approached recruitment in different ways this fall in light of COVID-19.

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