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.
“I’d like people to know that the Trout is a welcoming and accessible place for everyone." Meet the Trout Gallery's new director, Shannon Egan.
While the College Choir had performed the choral final movement, Dickinson musicians have never before presented Beethoven's greatest symphony, "Ode to Joy," in its entirety. That changes April 30.
"It’s been really amazing to watch my dancers make the piece their own." Students realize their ideas onstage in the 2023 Freshworks concert.
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.
“These students know what it means to live in conditions of time and space that can only pretend to be objective." Discover the time- and space-bending works in this year's senior exhibition.
Are we dreaming? Students worked with the HawtPlates to create a convention-busting spring production, onstage April 2.
The 2023 senior art-history exhibition at The Trout Gallery illuminates the history, enduring appeal of modern Japanese woodblock prints.
From her post as fashion editor at 'Woman's Day' to Launching her own contemporary women's clothing line, Elizabeth Ackerman '91 shares how she forged a successful career in fashion.
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 Dickinson College Choir performs an excerpt from the final movement of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9.
Studio art and art history students present joint exhibitions.
Discover the stellar inspiration behind Dickinson's fall 2022 choir concert, which will be held Saturday, Nov. 12, and Sunday, Nov. 13.
In recent weeks, Dickinson has welcomed visiting artists to campus to serve impactful residencies. Here's why that's so important for our arts students and for the whole college community.
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