Portrait of a Budding Revolutionary: Colleen Avila

Junior Colleen Avila has centered their life and goals around the idea of revolution.

and | Contributing Reporters

Op-Ed: Creativity in quarantine

I believe that whatever is produced from creativity matters less than the fact that so often, humanity, when pushed to the brink, decides not to succumb to tragedy but to create.

Hannah Dains | Class of 2020

Art in Bloom creates unconventional, stunning engagement opportunity

Art in Bloom is an annual event put on by the St. Louis Art Museum that involves dozens of local florists reimagining works from the museum.

Lydia McKelvie | Staff Writer

Can the Arts go digital?

So much of our daily interactions are being turned digital, can the same be done with arts and culture?

Lydia McKelvie | Staff Writer

‘Ambient R&B’: Tay Altair’s musical narrative come to life

Senior J.T. Bridges is about to release his first project under his new musical persona, Tay Altair.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

Kemper Museum prepares to open three spring exhibits, new galleries

The Kemper Art Museum will open three special exhibits as well as additional galleries for the museum’s permanent collection, Feb. 7.

Rory Mather | Contributing Reporter

Kemper Museum reopens with Ai Weiwei’s ‘Bare Life’ exhibition

The Kemper Art Museum celebrated reopening its doors with a special exhibition by contemporary Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei Sept. 28.

| Senior Editor

Staff Editorial: Go to the Kemper Art Museum: Support the arts, it’s free

This academic year, grab a couple friends and go check out the new exhibits at the Kemper; you’re only here for four years, so take advantage of these opportunities while you can.

Green wall breathes life into East End’s new Weil Hall

The plant wall in the new Weil Hall on the East End has evoked delight and wonder in the Washington University community, forming a pop of lushness into a space largely characterized by minimalist, geometric aesthetics.

Elizabeth Phelan | Staff Writer

Commemorated by art: Rodriguez Scholars Program 20th anniversary mural unveiling

“This piece ultimately celebrates student diversity and activism in all forms on campus, and we are excited for the opportunity of future students of color and activists on Wash. U.’s campus to see themselves represented in campus art.”

Elia/Longyu Zhang | Contributing Writer

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