Category Archives: Student Arts

Throwback Thursday 12

Hello y’all! I’m here with the first Throwback Thursday of this year! Today we’re taking a look at the Lutton Memorial Fund for Performance and what Micah Walter ’14 did with the funding for his senior thesis. Micah, a music … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday 11

Hi guys! It’s Thursday again, and today we’re talking about an art show in James House. The HCAH Student Arts Fund enables a variety of artistic endeavors, including the mounting of exhibitions. In April 2009, James House displayed work by … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday 3

Hi, y’all! Anna and Miriam here with the third Throwback Thursday. Today we’re going to talk about a student play funded by the the Lutton Memorial Fund.   Jesse Paulsen, class of ’09, wrote and directed Service as his thesis production. The … Continue reading

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Wrapping up my summer internship with the Philadelphia Orchestra Association (POA)

  With July wrapping up and my mind becoming increasingly focused on salt water, school, and selecting where to apply for post-secondary education, I would like to reflect on my time as a Development Intern with the Philadelphia Orchestra Association … Continue reading

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When a painful past refuses to be suppressed, and the struggle against it becomes a power play…

  A year ago I performed for Peter Loewi’s (’12) Fine Arts thesis — a convertible stage — during the James House Block Party, which was very uncharacteristic of me.  I mean, it was in front of an audience and … Continue reading

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