Skip to Content, Navigation, or Footer.

Ben Hyman


The Setonian
Arts & Culture

Boy meets Girl meets existential void

There's an obvious difference between using a set of directions to get somewhere and using a map. The former only provides one way of traveling from point A to point B. A map, on the other hand, is the sum of all directions, the totality of all possible routes. Maps open up options, and directions close ...

The Setonian
Arts & Culture

Salama's '12 sculptures offer a little hair of the dog

Taking a break from installing her solo sculpture show Sunday, Cecilia Salama '12 looked around the small gallery room at the half-dozen works she had already put up. "I think I've become completely numb to the fact that all this stuff is gross," she mused.Gross is in the eye of the beholder. That said, ...

The Setonian
Arts & Culture

'Anna Bella Eema' tells much, shows little

Near the middle of "Anna Bella Eema" — currently running at Perishable Theatre — one character is about to embark on a psychological journey, a quest that will take her through a fairy tale world populated by animal beings, both helpful and threatening. She leans toward the audience and ...

The Setonian
Arts & Culture

At Steel Yard, cooking up sculptures at 6,000 degrees

A screaming came across the sky. It was the circular saw's squeal, settling into a ragged, mechanical snarl as it sliced through a steel rod, sending off a jet of orange sparks. There was the clank of metal hitting metal, the thud of a rusty gear dropped to the ground, the rattle of chicken wire and ...

The Setonian
Arts & Culture

Hassenfeld humanizes the hysterical

At the heart of the David Winton Bell Gallery exhibit "Kirsten Hassenfeld: Recent Sculpture" is a massive installation called "Dans la Lune." Artist Hassenfeld has said she associates the work with the French title's idiomatic meaning — it connotes "head in the clouds" or "daydreaming" — ...

The Setonian
Arts & Culture

Sock & Buskin announces '09-'10 line-up

In addition to presenting four plays from three different centuries, Sock & Buskin's 2009-2010 season will mark the culmination of a retooled relationship between Brownbrokers — a group that produces student-written musicals — and the Department of Theatre, Speech and Dance. Next season's ...

More articles »


Popular



Powered by SNworks Solutions by The State News
All Content © 2021 The Brown Daily Herald, Inc.