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Professionals feature student artwork

The hand-selected work of 30 student artists is on display at the David Winton Bell Gallery for its 32nd annual Student Exhibition, a joint effort between the gallery and the Department of Visual Art.            Entering the show, it is easy to overlook ...

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Festival spotlights malnutrition in Mali

The guttural thump of drums was accompanied by bodies moving with graceful ferocity this past weekend at Brown's third annual Rhythm of Change initiative, which aims to address social change in Africa and the diaspora through the arts.

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Cable Car says 'salut' to French film fest

The world is going to end — and very soon. That is the problem Robinson, a French bathtub salesman, faces in the film "Les derniers jours du monde" (Happy Ends), which premiered Thursday night at the Cable Car Cinema. Robinson greets this looming global end with sexually ecstatic fury, leaving his ...

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Jazz group jams at Underground

There's a rumble at the Underground. Upon approaching this Main Green venue, soft swung notes snake into your ears. You walk, and the bass takes a syncopate stroll. Its low grumble swings fluidly from plucked note to note, keeping pace with the soft clash of the drums.

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Granoff displays Appalachian adventure

Michael Mount '12.5 is hungry. Everything at his disposal, including food, exists in his 10-pound bag. It's June 2010, and his slight frame faces the chilling edge of the Arctic Circle. He slogs on, numb-footed in spiked shoes, wielding a small hand ax. Since April he has been heading north, walking ...

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Soulful sounds darken Met stage

Dark Dark Dark is a name worth repeating. This Midwestern music ensemble boasts a layered, mournful sound that blends loose jazz beats with moody chamber folk. Frontwoman Nona Marie Invie possesses a haunting voice, bolstering each song with her bone-cold, skull-lingering tenor.

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Dali reimagines Jewish homeland

Salvador Dali is celebrated for his ability to coalesce mechanical mastery with a warped, expressive sensibility. Many of his earlier surrealist paintings sought to confuse by tactically toying with anticipated forms through distorted, acute realism. The result for viewers is often goosebumps.

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