A multimedia exhibition curated by three Haverford students in the VCAM builds on their summer work on oral history and public art.
Collaborators on “Dizhsa Nabani,” the result of last summer’s first DocuLab outing, presented their documentary on Zapotec language and culture preservation in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Prototype, a Pittsburgh-based feminist maker collective, illuminated conversations about accessibility and identity in the Maker Arts Space during their visit to campus.
Ainsley Bruton ’21 explores identity and transformation through a portraiture series that features several of her Haverford classmates.
From exploring Asian/American identities to the ethics of AI, this year’s two John B. Hurford ’60 Center for the Arts and Humanities student seminars are spurring interdisciplinary conversations about our world today.