Professor Sven Speiker visited the Amherst Center for Russian Culture last Thursday to discuss his new book, “Art as Demonstration: A Revolutionary Recasting of Knowledge.” Staff Writer Nichole Fernandez ’25 discusses the lecture on radical Communist art of the 1960s.
“Boundless,” a multimedia Native American art exhibition, is now on display at the Mead Art Museum. Staff Writer Tiia McKinney ’25 reports on her experience navigating the space, the gallery’s development, and the featured artworks.
There are so many creative groups on campus, it can be hard to know what’s happening. Managing Arts and Living Editor Madeline Lawson ’25 introduces some of Amherst’s student arts groups in preparation for this Saturday’s Get Involved Fair.
Jackelines Fernandez ’24 explores homesickness and longing in a poem originally published in the Spring 2023 edition of “The Lilac.”
Contributing Writer Morry Ajao ’26 recounts her experience in the Arts and Humanities in Action program, which raised her hopes for a career in the arts amidst a society preoccupied with financial security.
Reflecting on a summer visit to an immersive Gustav Klimt art exhibition in Vienna, Cassidy Duncan ’25 explores and questions the potential consequences of the digitized art world.
There’s a particular moment in the trailer for “Space Jam: A New Legacy” that encapsulates our current tone-deaf, strangely referential culture. It’s a single detail in the background: As LeBron James plays basketball with a cast of horribly smooth-looking CGI “Looney Tunes” characters, the droogs — a violent gang