Sierra Zareck ’19 shares on her experiences on campus as this year’s Diversity and Activism Summer Archive Intern.
Nana Nieto ’19 reflects on her first couple of weeks with the Philadelphia Museum of Art Summer Intern Program, and anticipates projects and opportunities in the coming weeks.
Matthew Ridley ’19 discusses his summer internship with DataArts, funded by the HCAH.
Mackenzie Somers ’20 recounts attending Cristian Espinoza’s ’18 Lutton Fund Performance, Marisol, in the Black Box theater on Saturday April 28, 2018.
Andrew Nguyen ’19 sat down with Makerspace student workers Micah Maben ’21, Jessica Lopez ’21, and Ken Ruto ’20 along with Makerspace Technician Kent Watson to discuss the Makerspace and its role on campus.
Noorie Chowdhury ’21 describes attending the performance of This Is On Record by Mary Tuomanen, this semester’s Friend-in-Residence, and her anarchist theater troupe, Applied Mechanics. The performance took place in VCAM, chronicling the lives of six characters in different historical eras.
Noorie Chawdhury ’21 describes watching the Tamagawa University Taiko Dance Group rehearsal, talking to the host of the director, and attending the performance.
Eli Baden-Lasar ’21 interviews Ainsley Bruton ’21, Student Arts Fund recipient, about her series of portraits exploring identity and community in the lives of first-year Haverford students.
Eniola Ajao ’21 composes a letter addressed to television after being inspired by a talk given by Phillip Maciak, assistant professor of English and film studies at Louisiana State University and TV editor for the Los Angeles Review of Books.
Conversation with VCAM Philadelpha Artist-in-residence Mariel Capanna continues here!