The first-ever collaboration between the Zilkha Gallery, the Davison Art Ceter, and the Freeman Center for East Asian Studies combines photography and dance to represent trauma. The exhibit, curated by Wesleyan faculty, will be open through March 1.
Jeffrey Schiff and Sasha Rudensky curated a gallery exploring dimension.
If handmade soaps and locally sourced trinkets are your wheelhouse, you’ll get lucky at Ladybug Boutique.
Professor Andrew Szegedy-Maszak, or “Andy” to his students, sat down with The Argus to discuss photography, Classical history, and the nature of truth.
Behind the scenes, the package room can be a stressful, but entertaining place to work.
Featuring everything from German incense burners to Venitian glass, Ursel’s Web on Washington Street contains a world of gifts.
SWERVE(D), an online art platform, is being relaunched to connect artists from all corners of campus.