Ross Gay — a poet, essayist and winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award who is known for his study of joy — read extracts from his books “Inciting Joy,” “Bringing the Shovel Down” and “Catalog of Unabashed Gratitudes” to Brown students Wednesday evening.
Arts & Culture
In 2014, Taylor Swift shocked the music industry with the release of “1989,” signaling her transition from country music sweetheart to city-girl pop star. This year, fans are returning to iconic hits like “Style” and “Blank Space” with “1989 (Taylor’s Version),” released Oct. 27 — ...
Few modern filmmakers have proven to be as artistically daring as Ryusuke Hamaguchi.
Arts journal launched first volume Friday with ‘Community Jam’ event
New memoir arrives after termination of Spears’s conservatorship in November 2021
The Cogut Institute for the Humanities's Film-Thinking series presented a screening and post-film discussion of Mati Diop’s “Atlantiques.”
“No One Will Save You” subverts the home invasion horror drama through its lack of dialogue and reliance on visual storytelling.
The mid-season finale of “American Horror Story: Delicate” left audiences disappointed.
“Killers of the Flower Moon” effortlessly continues Martin Scorsese's tradition of telling stories about cruel characters against the backdrop of the dark side of the American Dream.
The third installment in ‘The Boys’ franchise is a coming-of-age, melodramatic, highly engaging show
Crew members speak highly of Alvarez’s work ethic on set of Disney+ short film
Synergy Dance Company aims to be an inclusive and open community.
On Oct. 13, Australian pop-star Troye Sivan’s long-awaited album “Something to Give Each Other” was released to clamoring fans.
Band’s latest EP reveals songs not included on previous album, sets itself apart from band’s earlier work
Arts as a means of storytelling, addressing concepts ranging from queerness to science
Movie of monumental tour lives up to the real thing
Broder’s third novel is a radically honest meditation on selfhood, grief
Drake tackles recent rumors and offers thoughts on heartbreak in his most recent album.
The Brown Arts Institute introduced New York-based artist Carrie Mae Weems’s exhibit “Varying Shades of Brown,” on display until Dec. 3.
Student group publishes semesterly issue, aims to expand campus film scene