Art

‘Apply your art’: Tony winner Trezana Beverly discusses ‘for colored girls’

In a strong introduction to the Performing Arts Department’s production of “for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf,” original Broadway cast member Trazana Beverly spoke passionately about her experience with the show to the Washington University community Nov. 19 in Umrath Lounge.

Elizabeth Phelan | Staff Writer

Curating the Kemper: Dr. Sabine Eckmann talks art, expansion, Ai Weiwei

Dr. Sabine Eckmann, director and chief curator of the Mildred Kemper Lane Art Museum at Washington University, has curated exhibitions internationally with the biggest names in the modern art world. Most recently, she was responsible for inviting the artist Ai Weiwei to campus to exhibit some of his works, many of which are being displayed in the U.S. for the first time.

Lydia McKelvie | Contributing Writer

Missing from the 40, missing from my heart: Find my Swamp Friends

Nothing spells out friendship and love more than a trio of neon green squiggly monsters, and for three years, the Swamp Creature Friends sculpture has both greeted students living on the South 40 and confused them with its presence.

| Senior Editor

‘Meet me at the Bunny’: The history of the iconic campus statue

Though “the Bunny” might not be as popular of a meeting spot as the First Year Center wants you to believe, it is still one of the most beloved art installations on the Danforth Campus.

Jaden Satenstein | Staff Writer

Maya Mashkovich talks human-centered design

Maya Mashkovich is the next senior to display her artwork in the DUC. Here are Maya’s thoughts on what inspires her artwork.

| Staff Writer

Art spotlight: ‘Sunken Cities’ stuns at SLAM

“Sunken Cities” at the St. Louis Art Museum features art from the submerged ancient city of Thonis-Heracleion. There you can witness a fusion of Greek and Egyptian Style.

| Senior Scene Editor

Molly Magnell’s artwork combines illustration, design

Magnell’s artwork will be on display in the Danforth University Center later this month.

| Staff Writer

Alice Lee: A portrait of the artist as a young scholar

Later this week, Alice Lee’s work will be displayed in the DUC. Learn what inspires the senior Communications Design major.

| Staff Writer

‘Reason’s oxymorons’ at Kemper: Art, therapy and healing in the francophone world

“Reason’s Oxymorons,” the title of an art exhibition by Kader Attia, is itself an oxymoronic phrase: It stands to reason that a logical mind would not contain the irreconcilable contradictions necessary to construct such a concept.

| Senior Scene Editor

A fashionable exit: How Armour’s seniors rebranded their story

Armour has evolved quite a bit in the last six years. Read about their total rebranding.

| Senior Scene Editor

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