“McQueen” Documentary Depicts The Man Behind the Handbags
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...
McCarty Strives for Originality in Homage to Transcendentalism
After her visit at Amherst College, some of Lisa McCarty's work in “Transcendental Concord" remains on display at Fayerweather Hall.
“Wobble Palace” Explores Millennial Romance and Instability
"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.
Paul Dano’s Directorial Debut in “Wildlife” Misses the Mark
Paul Dano's directorial debut "Wildlife" is a disappointing, cookie-cutter indie film.
"Cold War": A Triumph of Modern Cinema
Now showing at Amherst Cinema, "Cold War" explores pertinent themes and history while maintaining beautiful artistic technique.
Solange’s “When I Get Home” Interrogates the Individual
Solange's recent album indicates her maturity and continued growth as a young artist.
Julia Jacklin Tackles Pain and Desire of Love in “Crushing”
Sydney-based singer Julia Jacklin released her sophomore album "Crushing."
A Quirky, Artistic Tribute to Community and Cardboard
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.