Author Archives: Honglan Huang '16


After a few days of travel, I finally arrived at Japanese Seto Inland Sea for a feast of dialogue between artworks and the space in which they are contained, and between human creations and the natural environment. I heard about … Continue reading

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The Invisible “Page”: Children’s Plays in Kijimuna Festa

I love the pages inside a book, the way it opens, directs, conceals and surprises. I wonder how the stage may perform a similar magic to that of a page and especially in theater for young children. Before heading Okinawa, … Continue reading

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Visual Studies Project: a Book Accessible through Multiple Senses

I did this book-making project as my final project for the course, Intro to Visual Studies, taught by Professor John Muse last fall semester. We were asked to create a project based on the readings that we had gone through … Continue reading

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