“Heroic” Opening

“Heroic” Opening

Friday, Sept. 6, the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery kicked off its 2013/14 season with A Stirring Song Sung Heroic: African Americans from Slavery to Freedom, 1619 to 1865, an exhibit of 80 black-and-white silver gelatin prints by Haverford Professor William Earle Williams...
Where They’re Headed: Jacob Horn ’13

Where They’re Headed: Jacob Horn ’13

In June, Jacob Horn ’13 began working in the publications department of the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. In his new job, Horn is part of a team responsible for creating and managing all written materials a museum-goer might encounter—from catalogues and...
James House Welcomes “Interpreting Displacement”

James House Welcomes “Interpreting Displacement”

  Pia Chackraverti-Wuerthwein ’16, who has long been interested in both art curation and issues of displacement, premiered Interpreting Displacement on Feb. 22 in James House, the 24-hour student art space on campus. Abby Fullem ’16 and the rest of the James...
Hank Willis Thomas at Haverford

Hank Willis Thomas at Haverford

Last Friday, January 25, was the opening of OPP: Other People’s Property in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery at Haverford. The exhibit, which includes photos, sculptures and film, survey’s the career of photo conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas. Thomas’ work...
Winterreise And Beyond

Winterreise And Beyond

On Friday, November 30, the Performing Artists Series presented a concert featuring Franz Schubert’s song cycle Winterreise by Ruth Marshall Magill Professor of Music Curt Cacioppo and Montreal-based baritone Alex Dobson. The famed 24-song cycle, written as Schubert...