Who gets to access the arts? Can you translate one art form into another? Students investigate these questions and more alongside Veronika Yadukha, our first Beyond the New Normal artistic resident.
Professor of Creative Writing Susan Perabo throws first pitch at St. Louis Cardinals game and is honored by her alma mater.
Ukrainian music, literature and art come to life this fall, with visits from the Prometheus Ukrainian Male Chorus and the translator and artist Veronika Yadukha.
Dickinson performers, artists and writers will present an array of compelling public events this fall. Get ready for these exciting events.
“The friends I’ve met and people I’ve encountered are a constant reminder to live my life, not just learn about it,” says English major Evelyn Mace '24, recipient of the Moorehead-Timberlake Award.
A published poet and daughter of El Salvadoran war refugees, Janel Pineda '18 is pursuing a Ph.D. at UCLA and aspires to bring healing and community to migrant families through the arts.
The first in-person Stellfox residency in three years was also among the most sparkling. Learn about U.S. Poet Laureate Ada Limón's triumphant visit to campus—and the powerful story that inspired it.
Ada Limón will receive Dickinson's Stellfox Visiting Scholars & Writers Program Award.
This spring, Dickinson arts departments explore dream worlds; immigrant, Indigenous and refugee experiences; a landmark work never before performed on campus; and much more.
The current U.S. Poet Laureate will serve a campus residency in February 2023, giving a public lecture and meeting with students.
Open your calendar app! You don’t want to miss the public arts events at Dickinson this fall.
Famed German poet Jan Wagner is serving an artistic residency on campus this spring that includes a reading, classroom visits, a panel discussion and a translation contest for students.
Natasha Trethewey (poetry), Greg Rucka and Cully Hamner (graphic novels) and the Wu Ming collective, creator of fiction that inspired QAnon's name, are Dickinson's 2022 Stellfox honorees.
Dickinson Poet-in-Residence and Professor of Creative Writing Adrienne Su's newest book, Peach State, was dubbed essential reading by the Georgia Center for the Book.
Dickinson's art, creative writing, dance, music and theatre programs present a variety of thoughtful and joyful events this fall.
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