‘Emancipating the Past: Kara Walker’s Tales of Slavery and Power’ at UMass.
The exhibit titled “Human Animals: The Art of Cobra” will be on display at the University Museum until Nov. 20.
See “Take a Seat” exhibition at the UMass Museum of Contemporary Art before upcoming auction.
The junior BDIC major from Lexington continues to experiment as a budding spray paint artist on campus.
Katie Waldron reflects on the value of art, and how it can provide tranquility to technology-craved college students.
The art exhibit has a collection of pieces that represent all forms of oppression and racism.
From fashion to tricks, snowboarding is a sport providing individualism in all forms.
A new multimedia art exhibit aimed at increasing social awareness is now on display in Southwest’s Hampden Gallery.
Allie Connell believes there’s credibility in being a theater major and that the power of story-telling through theater is invaluable to our culture.
In recognition of women around the world, the University of Massachusetts is hosting an exhibit featuring a lecture series and an art gallery.
UMass associate professor Nick McBride lectured last night about the importance between the connection of art and intellectualism in culture.
Chancellor Robert Holub and his wife Sabine hosted the latest Hillside Salon Tuesday. The salon featured artwork by Michael Tillyer, Burns Maxey, Ali Moshiri, and Marcia Reed.
Nick O’Malley has grown up with video games and watched them evolve as a major part of pop culture, up there with movies, TV and books. But will people ever look at video games as an art form like the others?
Animal Collective has released eight full length albums, four EPs and two live collections. If you don’t know about them by now – well, you should probably know about them by now – but for those of you who aren’t familiar with those shape-shifting experimental musicians from Baltimore, you’re about to have a great chance to get acquainted.
From November 16 through November 24, Pamela Chatterton-Purdy’s Icons of The Civil Rights Movement exhibit was featured in the Student Union Art Gallery. Chatterton-Purdy, a University of Massachusetts M.F.A. 1966 alum, spoke about her exhibit on Tuesday at 12 p.m. in the art gallery.
The Everywoman’s Center and the Women of Color Leadership Network will be presenting the film, “Who Does She Think She Is?” tonight at 7 p.m. in the Augusta Savage Gallery in the New Africa House. This event is free to everyone, and the location is also wheelchair accessible.