Campus Arts

Alvin Ailey Still 5
On Campus

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Review: Mortality-Defying Movement

Alvin Ailey served as a reminder that good art can evoke synesthesia — the audience could see music, hear emotion, and feel color.

Bach Society Orchestra Season Finale Concert
On Campus

From the Galaxy to the Forest: Bach Society Orchestra’s 2024 Season Finale

From the classic Beethoven to the contemporary student compositions, the Bach Society Orchestra made sure to show the versatility of their music.

Hilary Hahn BSO
On Campus

An Evening of Elegance and Expression: Hilary Hahn Shines with the BSO

Hearing such a renowned violinist perform live in Boston with the BSO was truly a memorable experience.

Xavier Cortada
Visual Arts

Rising Tides and Raising Awareness: Xavier Cortada and His Public Art Initiative ‘The Underwater’

“The Underwater” — which has already reached numerous schools, parks, and more — is Cortada's personal endeavor to “build a more equitable tomorrow.”

Yo-Yo Ma and Kathryn Stott

A Farewell Symphony: Yo-Yo Ma and Kathryn Stott’s Last Duet at Boston Symphony Hall

Yo-Yo Ma and Kathryn Stott graced the stage together for one final collaboration, the end of an era of profound musical partnership.

Dress UP MFA
Visual Arts

‘Dress Up’ Review: Unraveling the Many Layers of Fashion and Identity

“Dress Up” at the MFA Boston is an innovative navigation of the versatility and ubiquity of fashion.

Merritt More
On Campus

Artist Profile: Dr. Merritt A. Moore ’10-’11 on Art, Science, and Saying ‘Yes’ to Both

Dr. Merritt A. Moore ’10-’11 excels at many things — particularly at saying “yes.”

'Hallyu! The Korean wave' Install
On Campus

‘Hallyu! The Korean Wave’ Review: A Captivating Glimpse into the Rise of South Korean Popular Culture

“Hallyu! The Korean Wave” at the MFA Boston is a great entry point into illuminating the growth of the South Korean entertainment industry.

On Campus

From Paella to Tofu: IGP’s Player of the Year Show with Jason Mantzoukas

This year’s POTY with Jason Mantzoukas was not only full of laughter, but also a testament to IGP’s commitment to a good show.

Visual Arts

WNDR in Photos

Take a look at some of the diverse, one-of-a-kind installations WNDR has to offer on its mission to disrupt and transform the traditional museum experience.

Firelei Báez, 'A Drexcyen chronocommons (To win the war you fought it sideways)'
On Campus

‘Firelei Báez’ Review: Explosive Color and Cutting Commentary

The ICA’s newly opened survey exhibition is an absolute must-see for any museumgoer of any background.

On Campus

WNDR Boston: An Immersive, Interactive, and Innovative Experience

Reinventing the museum space, WNDR creatively facilitates a multi-sensory, intimate interaction between the visitors and the artworks.

On Campus

Graduate School of Design ‘Forest Futures’ Review: A Jungle of Design

In line with the exhibition’s goal, many installations strike an incredible balance between the implicit chaos of nature and the recognizable order of design.

Bruce Liu
On Campus

Bruce Liu With Celebrity Series Of Boston Review: A Young Pianist For The 21st Century

Asserting himself with infectious energy, serious virtuosity, and profound sensitivity on the Boston stage, Liu proved himself as a worthy young pianist of the 21st century.

Harvard College Women’s Center Sculpture Unveiling
On Campus

‘Rooted’: The Harvard College Women’s Center’s Masterpiece

A cold Monday afternoon, a 3-D printed work of art, and the Science Center Plaza: a wonderful way to kick off Women’s Week.