Author Archives: James Weissinger

Memory, Monuments, and Urban Space: Alliyah Allen ’18 on Monument Lab

This semester, Alliyah Allen ’18 is working with Writing Fellow Paul Farber on Monument Lab: Creative Speculations for Philadelphia, a massive public art and urban research project he co-curated that is taking over Philadelphia’s City Hall starting May 15th.  Through a series … Continue reading

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On “White Boys” /// Conversation with Brendan Wattenberg ’06

As part of the exhibition White Boys currently on view in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, the Creative Residencies Program and the Hurford Center are hosting a panel discussion with four artists from the show and curator Natasha L. Logan this … Continue reading

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TONIGHT /// Dufala Bros. & Matthew Callinan on WHYY

Past Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery artists Billy & Steven Dufala will be featured tonight, Friday March 1st, on WHYY’s Friday Arts program, along with Campus Exhibitions Coordinator Matthew Seamus Callinan. Check out a preview and tune in to WHYY TV 12 … Continue reading

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“The Marriage of True Minds” Now Streaming @

The new Matmos record “The Marriage of True Minds” is now streaming on; psychic material for the album was recorded as part of a Mellon Tri-College Creative Residencies project with Haverford Professor of English Gustavus Stadler… Haverford folks may … Continue reading

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“Sound as a Ghost” – Interview with Christine Sun Kim

Missed the opening reception for What Can a Body Do? or had trouble seeing around the 9 million people jammed into the gallery for Christine Sun Kim’s performance? Watch this video interview with the Mellon Tri-College Artist-in-Residence and see her … Continue reading

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Tonight @ the Greenline: Readings by Emma Eisenberg & Thomas Devaney

TONIGHT, Tuesday 11/20 at 7:00 p.m., visiting Professor of English and poet Thomas Devaney and alum poet/fiction writer Emma Eisenberg read their words at the Greenline Cafe in West Philly (45th and Locust). Thomas Devaney is a poet, critic, and … Continue reading

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“We Got It Made”

Past Student Arts Fund recipient Jon Appel ’12 created the animation for Plume Giant‘s new music video We Got It Made! Enjoy.

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Gaming // Transmedia // Narrative // Cross-Platform

Submit a proposal for… RE:HUMANITIES 2013 A National Undergraduate Symposium on Digital Media Organized by students at Haverford, Bryn Mawr, and Swarthmore Colleges, Re: Humanities is a two-day symposium featuring presentations by undergraduate scholars from across the country interested in … Continue reading

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Call for 2-Minute Presentations // SAVE AS: Lightning Talks 2

ATTN: Hackers, Designers, Luddites, Emoticon-Artists, YouTube Hooligans, Blogger Oddities, Ambient Electronic Muzak-Makers, Faculty, Students, Staff, and all manner of Digital/Non-Digital/Post-Digital Scholars In the fall of 2012 in Magill Library’s Philips Wing, 20-something students, staff, and faculty gathered together for the … Continue reading

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From the Desk of Beth Willman /// SAVING HUBBLE

This Thursday inaugurates the Hurford Center’s new Fall 2012 Tuttle Film Series “Re-Envisioning Film Across the Disciplines,” featuring three films and conversations organized by faculty from the Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, and Humanities.  The series’ first film is Saving Hubble … Continue reading

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