Julian Raiford '21

ARTS AND LIVING

“McQueen” Documentary Depicts The Man Behind the Handbags

by Julian Raiford '21, Staff Writer || August 31 2018 || 148-1

Haute couture is offered to global fashion consumers as a delicacy — a rarity few can afford and even fewer deserve. The message is incredibly clear: high fashion is not only an art but a privilege to engage with...

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McCarty Strives for Originality in Homage to Transcendentalism

by Julian Raiford '21, Staff Writer || September 19 2018 || 148-3

After her visit at Amherst College, some of Lisa McCarty's work in “Transcendental Concord" remains on display at Fayerweather Hall.

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“Wobble Palace” Explores Millennial Romance and Instability

by Julian Raiford '21, Staff Writer || October 17 2018 || 148-6

"Wobble Palace," a film which has all the markings of a cult classic in the making, tells the story of Jane and Eugene's troubled relationship.

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Paul Dano’s Directorial Debut in “Wildlife” Misses the Mark

by Julian Raiford '21, Staff Writer || December 5 2018 || 148-11

Paul Dano's directorial debut "Wildlife" is a disappointing, cookie-cutter indie film.

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"Cold War": A Triumph of Modern Cinema

by Julian Raiford '21, Staff Writer || February 12 2019 || 148-13

Now showing at Amherst Cinema, "Cold War" explores pertinent themes and history while maintaining beautiful artistic technique.

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Solange’s “When I Get Home” Interrogates the Individual

by Julian Raiford '21, Staff Writer || March 6 2019 || 148-16

Solange's recent album indicates her maturity and continued growth as a young artist.

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Julia Jacklin Tackles Pain and Desire of Love in “Crushing”

by Julian Raiford '21, Staff Writer || March 27 2019 || 148-18

Sydney-based singer Julia Jacklin released her sophomore album "Crushing."

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A Quirky, Artistic Tribute to Community and Cardboard

by Julian Raiford '21, Staff Writer || April 17 2019 || 148-21

For one afternoon, the performance art project Whoop Dee Doo transformed the attic of Fayerweather into a surrealist space where boxes can fall in love and ghosts can go missing.