Posted by Thea Hogarth '11 on March 26th, 2011 §
This is not entirely relevant, but I’m so glad a Haverford alum is responsible for making me aware of this incredible cover.
Humanities Center progeny, right there.
What’s going on with the Listening Project, you ask? Lots of listening. Lots of digitizing. It’s fourth quarter, people. If you’ve got any exciting ideas for next year, now’s the time to get in touch with us!
Posted by Thea Hogarth '11 on February 8th, 2011 §
We ain’t dead! In fact, the Listening Project is on board with another neat Humanities Center project, which we’ve spent the last few weeks getting off the ground. At the end of the month, on Friday, February 25, the HHC is hosting a conference called “In/Visible: Disability and the Arts.” In addition to simply participating in the conference, members of the Listening Project are producing an additional event/experience revolving around access on campus. We’ve still got a few kinks to work out, so I’ll keep this hush-hush/on the DL/etc. for the moment, but just know that if you’re itching to get involved, we’d be happy to interview you and there’s also a student reading group happening this week and next!
Also: here’s a cool cassette tape gif.
Posted by Thea Hogarth '11 on November 2nd, 2010 §
Last semester, my friend and fellow Student Arts Fund sponsoree, Kyle McCloskey, made a silent film based on the H.P. Lovecraft short story “The Music of Erich Zann.” Now he has his own IMDB page.
An exciting and encouraging turn of events just a few days before my SAF project gets rolling. Great things, guys — I am expecting great things.