Arts and Culture
Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Russian Nicholas Kupensky analyzes three posters designed by the pioneering Soviet artist Gustav Klutsis, who specialized in montages.
Next month the Department of Theater and Dance will be staging Caryl Churchill’s Love and Information, an “innovative production… infused with media and technology,” writes the Sun Journal.
The Winkley Professor of Latin and Greek aims to shed fresh light on the literary connections between Ovid and Homer, who lived nearly a thousand years before the Roman poet, and who may well have been several different people!
Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Johnson is among the twenty-five artists being featured in the PMA’s much anticipate exhibition. Her video documentary piece, “Lawrence”, which deals with issues of nuclear destruction and art, will be on display.
Beautiful images taken on an unusual nineteenth-century Arctic expedition are the focus of the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum’s new exhibit, Solely for the Purposes of Art: Images from William Bradford’s 1869 Arctic Expedition.
“If the audience walks away thinking Babette’s Feast is about food, we’ve failed,” Killeen told The Portland Press Herald. “This play is about the way relationships are transformed through this beautiful act of sharing a meal. It’s the heart and the spirit behind it, as well as the food itself.”
For more than three decades Olson has worked for a reputable New York literary agency (Donadio & Olson), where he has been a partner since 1996. He is also an acclaimed writer whose latest novel is enjoying positive reviews.