Topic: Books

In a visual arts course called “Art of the Book,” undergraduate students created projects that delved into diverse and personal subject matters. The exhibit showcasing the students’ work takes advantage of the unique qualities of the book as a medium, combining the powers of words, images and three-dimensional forms.

Arts & Culture

Interactive display conveys personal experience through books

November 16, 2016 0 comments

On the second floor of the List Art Center, not too far from the industrial-sized elevator, is a small and unassuming room full of books.

Doug Liman ’83 was involved in the direction and production of the “Bourne” trilogy. He also directed the action film “Mr. and Mrs. Smith.”

Grads find careers in creativity

May 24, 2013 0 comments
This article is part of the series Commencement Magazine 2013

Five alums said their Brown education fostered the passions, skills and close friendships that have accompanied them in their pursuits of their dreams.

Arts & Culture

Festival celebrates creative voices from Arab world

March 15, 2013 4 comments

Urgent Witness explores the role of Arabic poetry and art in social change in the Middle East.

“Beautiful Souls,” chosen from suggestions by faculty and staff members, features stories of four people across the globe who choose to follow their moral compasses rather than the law, despite the legal consequences.

University News

‘Beautiful Souls’ chosen for class of 2017 summer reading

March 5, 2013 1 comment

The book marks the first summer reading assignment written by an undergrad alum.

Arts & Culture

Science-fiction author describes ‘oddly personal’ journey

September 14, 2012 0 comments

In a reading of his newest novel, “Swallowing a Donkey’s Eye,” science-fiction author Paul Tremblay described the process of writing the book as “an oddly personal journey, although not biographical in any way.” Tremblay addressed a small crowd at the Brown Bookstore Wednesday evening.

Arts & Culture

Professor’s book depicts changed New Orleans

March 22, 2012 0 comments

Reading from her new book