Arts

Elza Film Review

Arts February 14, 2013 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Catherine Ellsberg ’16 Contributing Writer “With your kinky hair, you couldn’t possibly be my daughter,” a man says with vitriol to the estranged woman he deserted when she was still a child. The man’s back is turned to the luminous Elza, who repeats over and over, “Look at me …Read More

“Collecting Art of Asia” Opens at Smith

Arts February 14, 2013 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Zane Razzaq ’15 Assistant Arts Editor Visitors to the Smith College Museum of Art have the opportunity this semester to see the Museum’s new spring exhibit, which focuses on non-Western art. The “Collecting Art of Asia” exhibit, consisting of pieces from Chinese, Japanese, Korean and South and Southeast Asian artists,Read More

Thick As (Ballroom) Thieves: Jittery’s Off To A Solid Start This Semester

Arts February 7, 2013 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Evelyn Crunden ’13 Features Editor Coffee, cookies and instruments ranging from a cello to a tambourine held a cozy but excited audience captive last Thursday night as the Ballroom Thieves returned to Smith for SEC’s coffeehouse series, Jittery’s, a two-hour, biweekly event held in the CC TV Lounge that bringsRead More

Photo courtesy of Alice Howe '16

Alice Howe ’13: Artist in the Studio

Arts February 7, 2013 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Jackie Leahy ’14 Arts Editor How would you describe your music? I call myself a folk singer-songwriter. I believe my music embodies the peaceful, nostalgic, sometimes sorrowful sound characteristic of folk music. I try to tell a story in my lyrics, whether it’s a story of love, loss or joy.Read More

Poets Oni Buchanan and Jon Woodward to Perform at Smith

Arts February 7, 2013 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Zane Razzaq ’15 Assistant Arts Editor In conjunction with Smith Arts Fest 2013, the Smith College Poetry Center and the Department of Music will present “Uncanny Valley.” This concert-length performance by internationally acclaimed composer John Gibson, poet Jon Woodward and pianist Oni Buchanan will feature piano, spoken text and electronics.Read More