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Spring theater to provoke dialogue, innovate

Shakespeare meets Edward Hopper, a Roman slave chases the girl next door to win his freedom and a Chinese-American woman follows her brother into the underworld in this semester’s array of performances from the Department of Theater Arts and Performance Studies and student performance groups, forming ...

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Arts & Culture

Website sells student art through storytelling

Resurrecting artwork pushed farther and farther into the depths of a storage locker, Folkmade displays the pieces of five artists in a setting far removed from the traditional gallery: online. The student-run marketplace, which was launched Nov. 15 and seeks to celebrate the artistic community on College ...

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Eye to Eye destigmatizes learning disabilities

Exploding magic tricks in the middle of an elementary school classroom and daily rounds of chess with Janitor Jim marked a journey governed by dyslexia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder for David Flink ’02. As part of the Swearer Center for Public Service’s Social Innovation Initiative, ...

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RISD exhibit recaptures the meaning of photography

Entering the ivy-covered brick mansion on Prospect Street, one is confronted by a collection of contrasts. Contemporary images in a modern medium are hung on the aging walls. A small, bright, experimental photograph of a slab of raw meat faces a large, dark inkjet of a traditional Chinese bathing scene. ...

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Arts & Culture

Nudity ‘becomes a forum’ in the Upspace

Four-, five- and six-fingered hand prints snake along Production Workshop Upspace’s walls, interspersed with questions and statements like “how many people have you seen naked?” and “#freethenipple,” all in multicolored chalk. A student plays a cover of Fleet Foxes’ “Mykonos” on his ...

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Program explores culture through language

Voices of Bengali, Amharic, Macedonian and Tagalog have gained new resonance on campus this week as the Brown Student Language Exchange kicked off this semester’s courses.  BSLE’s five student fellows will share each of these languages with groups of 16 students during weekly 80-minute sessions ...

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Arts & Culture

Fall theater lineup pushes genre limits

Drawing from both the canonical and the avant-garde, this season’s theater lineup will explore the transcendental power of relationships and art’s ability to grapple with timeless issues of identity. Sock and Buskin will begin the season with a twisted, Occupy Wall Street-esque version of the classic ...

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