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...
More Street Art On Campus

More Street Art On Campus

Michael Rushmore ’14 is a street art enthusiast. He maintains a blog that chronicles the phenomenon around the world, and last year, he brought artists to campus for a panel discussion and workshop (which culminated in the painting of a mural on James House by...
Street Art on Campus

Street Art on Campus

On Saturday some of the most interesting figures in street art visited Haverford. (Street art is, quite simply, art that appears in public spaces, but it often refers to unsanctioned art such as graffiti, stencils, pasted posters and guerilla sculptures.) Jordan...