Tag Archives: Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities

Secret Handshakes, Dystopias, and the Hurford Center

Armed with coffee and bagels, fellow HCAH Office Assistant Anna Mehta ’17 and I spent Friday morning on April 17th sewing electrical circuitry to gloves. Don’t worry, enough coffee was consumed that noone was electrocuted. Anna and I were two of many … Continue reading

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Student Arts Fund Support: Voice of Witness Oral History Reading and Workshop

Storytelling is the central theme of my academic work as a Religion major. I consider how the narratives we create give us a sense of identity, shape power dynamics, and imbue our perceived realities with meaning. On the most fundamental … Continue reading

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And Pig Iron Came Tumbling After

Hey world, I’ve been waiting for this to be unclassified: my much-anticipated PAY UP 2013 tumblr has finally gone public: payup2013.tumblr.com I mentioned last time that I’ve been doing publicity and social media for this fall’s production of PAY UP, … Continue reading

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Finishing My Documentary: “Chipinga”

Over the past few weeks since returning from England, I have been working around the clock to finish my documentary. I went through many stages of rough cuts—the first was 14-minutes and I was finally able to cut it down … 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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