From 'Paradise Lost' to the Carlisle Indian School to Homer Simpson, this fall's public arts events draw from diverse inspirations and showcase deep talent.
Fall arts events comment on social media, photography history, gender identity and Zimbabwean music, and also include Trout films and the first Mermaid Players production staged at the College Farm.
A neuroscience major's bold choreography is both an artful celebration and real-time demonstration of the mind-body connection in one of eight thought-provoking new works in Freshworks 2017.
After dancing barefoot on contaminated ground, Eiko Otake delivers searing, otherworldly performances on campus, presenting work that's transformed her four-decade career.
Ancient Greece, contemporary China, 16th-century Germany and 21st-century America: The inspirations behind this spring’s public arts events are wildly diverse.
The Dance Theatre Group's fall concert, Our Howl, pays edgy tribute to a Ginsberg classic, set for today, featuring choreography by Richard Move.
Amernet String Quartet kicks off an exciting residency season that features John Patrick Shanley, Barry Snyder, Simon Morrison, Richard Move, Ben Munisteri and Michael Yoder.
An award-winning playwright/screenwriter and celebrated pianist. A digital-music composer. Student-faculty exhibits and recitals, and much more. See what's in store this fall via the Calendar of Arts.
How do you make the most of life? For musician/composer and Eagle Scout Matt Hunt ’19 (music, international business & management), the answer lies in music, openness and learning from mistakes.
A new summer program brings well-known choreographers to campus to use Dickinson’s dance studio while students are away. In exchange, the choreographer provides a new dance for students to perform.
Dickinson’s Department of Theatre & Dance presents Freshworks 2016.
Weiss Prize winners Rachael Smith ’16 and Anastasia Putri ’16 create interdisciplinary performances examining how different perspectives shape reality.
Director of Dance Sarah Skaggs' new work revisits the landscape of trauma and its aftermath, to critical acclaim.
The departments of art, creative writing, music and theatre & dance present an exciting lineup of spring events.
Drummer and East Asian studies major Alex Dillon ’17 discusses his college-decision process, the unexpected joy of dance and the importance of appreciating others’ creativity.
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