The Dickinson Thrives program helps students (re)adjust to life on a fully populated campus while building a strong sense of meaning and community.
Memory, climate change, public health, time zones and local history: It's all in the Goodyear Gallery's new public mural. You can see it during a free public reception Wednesday, Oct. 13.
Grab your lawn chairs and blankets! Seven Ages of Shakespeare will bring some of the Bard's best-loved songs, sonnets and scenes to Morgan Field.
On Friday, Sept. 24, Dickinson will host an exhibition and a concert exploring racial justice and supporting inclusion in the arts.
Dickinson's art, creative writing, dance, music and theatre programs present a variety of thoughtful and joyful events this fall.
Michael Grothusen, an artist and professor of sculpture at Philadelphia’s University of the Arts, will exhibit a group of sculptures at Dickinson College’s Goodyear Gallery.
After gaining experience as a student-worker at The Trout Gallery, Jackson Rhodes ’21 is preparing for a career in museum education.
Learn how Dickinson musicians cleared big hurdles to stage a COVID-era orchestra concert and honor concerto competition-winner Ruby Ngo ’22.
The arts play a vital role in community revitalization, says Joanna Castro '98, and artists can help heal and unite during the COVID-19 era and beyond.
The 2021 Freshworks concert includes an on-campus film screening and a live, streamside performance showcasing new interdisciplinary work.
Working across a 12-hour time difference, six studio-art majors created a joint exhibition that tackles race, culture, politics, feminism, power dynamics, memory, identity, mental illness and more.
Meet the collector who gifted 50 African American prints and 120 Old Master works to Dickinson.
A leading scholar and a singer-songwriter brought world-premiere music and WWII research to Dickinson. Their virtual residency included personalized feedback on student research.
Music major Elizabeth Pineo ’21 discusses the music department, her professors and her senior research on cultural representation in music.
As a double major in environmental studies and theatre, Brendan Carr ’22 merges a passion for the arts with a drive to help bring about positive social and environmental change.
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