The Brown Arts Institute and Department of Modern Culture and Media hosted TRAXXX, an event consisting of a performance by artist-scholar and DJ madison moore followed by a conversation with Professor of Modern Culture and Media Alexander Weheliye, at the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts Thursday. Audience ...
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Warren Alpert Medical School collaborated with Rick Guidotti to host an exhibit featuring photos of subjects with medical conditions.
The American Studies department’s Spring 2023 Asian American Artist in Residence Yin Q wants to use their position to open the discussion around kinks and consent.
The latest Ant-Man movie, undeserving of criticism, offers pure comic book fun.
‘A labor of love:’ Langston Hughes Community Poetry Reading celebrates poet, nurtures connection through performanceBy Julia Vaz | February 17
The Langston Hughes Community Poetry Reading brought together more than 400 people this year.
Dori Walker ’24 hones her photographic, artistic practice through media studies.
Toni Morrison, Nella Larsen and Raven Leilani are key authors to read for Black History Month.
Though marred in controversy, the film is a compelling tale of alcohol and identity.
The film demonstrates why the old adage of “show, don’t tell” is important.
The band rallies around a shared love of jamming out, synergetic rehearsals and gender-inclusive jazz spaces.
The TAPS department’s production explored key social issues facing young people today against a backdrop of climate change.
Since Tiny Habits’ first cover video was posted on TikTok in February 2021, the group has quickly gained online traction.
boygenius broke their over four-year hiatus with the release of a new EP.
Providence community members gathered in the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts Friday, Feb. 10 for a colloquium entitled “The Book of Black Theatre.” The event was hosted by the Department of Africana Studies’ Rites and Reason Theatre, in collaboration with (De)cypher: Black Notes on Cultural ...
Tension rose at the Watermyn Cooperative house Friday night as two hip-hop teams came face-to-face on stage, cheered on by shouts of encouragement from fans. Audience members were preparing for the “Superbowl,” a rap competition put on by College Hill hip-hop collective NOTSODIFFERENT, which ...
Professors and staff get creative, displaying their art to the community in the “After Hours Annual Staff Exhibition.”
Seven student-led theater groups announced productions for the spring 2023 semester.
Dual degree students display their artwork in the fifteenth annual student-run showcase.
Maddie Wright has been taught to keep things to herself. Family matters and personal problems are private and not to be shared. But she has one confidant: the readers of Jessica George’s new book “Maame,” in which she is the protagonist. The author’s debut novel, released on Jan. 31, has ...