Where They’re Headed: Sarah Wolberg ’15

Where They’re Headed: Sarah Wolberg ’15

Sarah Wolberg ’15 has already begun her position at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, where she is continuing her the work she started while earning her history of art minor at Haverford. Wolberg is working as a writer and editor in the...
Monument Lab Inspires At City Hall

Monument Lab Inspires At City Hall

How do we use our civic spaces to have cultural conversations? That’s just one of the questions asked by the Monument Lab, a public art and urban research project that ran at Philadelphia’s City Hall for three weeks and ended this past Sunday. The project...
DROPSHOT Presents Two New Student Exhibits

DROPSHOT Presents Two New Student Exhibits

Pieces of linen and artwork hang inside Ryan Gym, as the space is transformed yet again, this time by students Honglang Huang’s ’16 and Miji Ryu’s ’16 art installations that opened April 17. Huang’s exhibit, titled “Picturebook of Time, Picturebook in Space,” is...
How Sweet Is the FAB LoveShack 2015?

How Sweet Is the FAB LoveShack 2015?

  On Friday, I had the honor of running once again the LoveShack, a truly Haverfordian tradition that Fords Against Boredom (FAB) sponsors. The idea is simple. We provide graham crackers (instead of the traditional gingerbread), icing, and a myriad of different...
A Sea Change At The Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

A Sea Change At The Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

Friday, Jan. 23, Haverford’s Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery celebrated the opening of its latest show, Zoe Strauss: Sea Change, in which the titular Philadelphia photographer explores the extended aftermath of three ecological disasters: Hurricane Katrina, the BP...