Humanities Center Talk Explores Life, Music of Arthur Russell

Humanities Center Talk Explores Life, Music of Arthur Russell

Arthur Russell may not be a household name in the world of popular music, but thanks to a cultural shift towards mash-ups and genre hybridization (and some well-timed reissues of his records), he is having a bit of a resurgence almost 20 years after his death from...
Students Test Telepathy, Singing Ability During Matmos Residency

Students Test Telepathy, Singing Ability During Matmos Residency

Over the course of seven full-length studio albums, Matmos have created atmospheric, experimental electronica with such unusual “instruments” as life-support systems, a bowed five-string banjo, cars starting, water dripping, whoopee cushions, aspirin tablets thrown at...
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...

‘Possible Cities’ Opens at Cantor Fitzgerald

Almost 250 people came out for the opening of the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery‘s latest exhibition, Possible Cities: Africa in Photography and Video, on Friday night. The exhibit, which was curated by Ruti Talmor, a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow and a visiting...

Sex Drive Opens

Sex Drive, a new exhibition that grapples with the conventions that govern sexuality, opened in our Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery last Friday. Despite frosty temperatures and snowfall, the evening’s festivities had the second-highest attendance ever at the gallery...