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Tag Archives: arts

Jane and Grace

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Seniors Jane Huffman and Grace Gilmore are collaborating on the Festival Playhouse at Kalamazoo College’s production of Ann-Marie MacDonald’s Good Night Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet). Jane is the assistant director of Good Night Desdemona…, a different–or, perhaps more accurately–an “expanded” … Continue reading

NATURAL LIFE Screens on Kalamazoo College Campus

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The documentary film “Natural Life” will be shown on Monday, February 16, at Kalamazoo College’s Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership (ACSJL). The film focuses on juveniles who are serving life terms in prison without the possibility of parole. The … Continue reading

Kalamazoo College Hosts THREE Art Hop Stops

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Got Art? Kalamazoo College will host THREE stops on the monthly downtown Kalamazoo Art Hop, Friday Feb. 6. Each stop is open 5-8 p.m. and is free and open to the public. STRANGER LAND Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership … Continue reading

Alumna Novelist Nominated for Award

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Kalamazoo College alumna Morowa Yejidé ’92 is a nominee for a 2015 NAACP Image Award to be awarded Friday, February 6, in Los Angeles. She is nominated in the category of Outstanding Literary Debut Work for her first novel Time … Continue reading

Directors Debut

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Liberal arts in theatre arts means a chance for multiple roles—as in actor, crew member, and director. Kalamazoo College’s Senior Performance Series provides senior students a chance to do the latter. This winter’s SPS features The Gas Heart, directed by … Continue reading

K on the Art Hop this Friday, Nov. 7

"Nyctea Nivea." Plate from John Gould''s "The Birds of Great Britain," London, 1862-1873.

Even if you don’t know much about art, there will be plenty to like this Friday, Nov. 7, 5-8 p.m., when K students, faculty, and the campus itself participate in the monthly Art Hop in downtown Kalamazoo. “John Gould’s Glories” … Continue reading

“Wherefore art thou …?”

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Things are not always what they seem–and names (“What’s in a name?”) do not fully define identity. Festival Playhouse of Kalamazoo College opens its 51st season with a classic, Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, and with more, or less, historical accuracy … Continue reading

Common Devisers

Exploring art in Varanasi, India. Anuska (foreground) experiments with content, perspective, and background as she creates photos of her friends Ankita (left) and cheyenne Harvey ''''15.

Senior Cheyenne Harvey is one of eight students in the United States selected as a Joy of Giving Something (JGS) Fellow by the organization Imagining America. As a JGS Fellow, Cheyenne receives a tuition scholarship and joins a national working … Continue reading

Wild Ride

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If you reach Information Services Help Desk Administrator Russell Cooper ’89, you can expect a calm, soothing, and professional presence to assist you with your computer needs. But don’t let his grey-suit-and-conservative-sounding voice fool you, there’s some wild rides in … Continue reading