Artists from the Brown Arts Institute launched the Moon Design Challenge, encouraging students to repurpose lunar film negatives sourced at the Creative Reuse Center of Rhode Island.
Arts & Culture
When Grace Chen ’24 is struck by artistic inspiration, she can envision the final product before she begins working.
Symposium Books, an independent bookstore in downtown Providence, is looking forward to celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2024.
The latest installment of “The Hunger Games” franchise, “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” was released Nov. 17 and has led North American box office sales for two weekends since.
Kate Doyle ’12’s debut short story series “I Meant It Once” has deliberate, thoughtful narratives that accompany its youthful characters.
Hayao Miyazaki’s “The Boy and the Heron” serves as an energetic, fantastical adventure and a fitting self-tribute to Miyazaki’s entire career.
Emerald Fennell’s 2023 film “Saltburn” is an aesthetically rich tale of wealth, status and manipulation. While entertaining and gorgeously shot, the film ultimately falls into the trap of devoting more attention to aesthetics than substance.
In “Heaven knows,” PinkPantheress embraces a more polished sound, while still protecting her loveable authenticity.
Nathan Fielder continues on with making strange and cringe-inducing television with "The Curse."
On Nov. 10, indie-folk artist Searows released his EP “End Of The World.” Wistful and nostalgic, the songs pose as vignettes of a life once forgotten.
The Anime Video Game Ensemble promotes community and accessibility through non-traditional classical music.
Film excels in its experimentation with narrative form
For the first time since 2014, AMST 1700X: “Global Macho: Race, Gender and Action Movies” returned to the Brown course catalog for the Fall 2023 semester.
Few things are more popular right now than stories about murder. Whether about Jeffrey Dahmer or Ted Bundy, narratives of soulless killers are some of the most consistently popular pieces of media. But oftentimes, those stories result in sensationalized depictions that glamorize killing and desensitize ...
Film smartly approaches Elvis’s marriage from Priscilla’s point of view
“Five Nights at Freddy’s” offers an underwhelming and unscary adaptation of the cult classic horror game.
“Pain Hustlers” tries to tell an exhilarating and suspenseful story but ultimately fails to impart a lasting message to audiences.
There is no current band working harder than King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard. The six-piece experimental rock combo from Melbourne, Australia has released 25 albums since their debut LP in September 2012. The shocking part: almost all their releases are good.
Renowned filmmaker and documentarian Frederick Wiseman visited campus for a discussion of his recent film, “City Hall,” on Friday.