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Looming Large, Imperially Taking Charge

Looming Large, Imperially Taking Charge

Hailey Nuthals, Arts Editor
February 22
Filed under ARTS, Entertainment

Under the current contentious political climate, tensions were especially high — and discussion was especially warranted — at the panel discussion event for KJCC's "Museum of the Old Colony" exhibit.

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Steinhardt Artists Celebrate Black Experience, Excellence

Steinhardt Artists Celebrate Black Experience, Excellence

Phyllis Lam, Contributing Writer
February 21
Filed under ARTS, Entertainment

As Black History Month continues, the Steinhardt Art & Arts Professions department has opened "jux-ta-po-si-tion," taking in what it means to be a black artist in today's America.

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Hercules Segers’ Otherworldly Beauty at the Met

Hercules Segers’ Otherworldly Beauty at the Met

Phyllis Lam, Contributing Writer
February 16
Filed under ARTS, Entertainment, TOP STORIES

The Met's new exhibit of Dutch Golden Age painter Hercules Segers' landscape prints is a stunning display of an artist that influenced Rembrandt himself with his fine-tuned skill and innovation.

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ABT and Royal Ballet School Showcase Talent at Skirball

ABT and Royal Ballet School Showcase Talent at Skirball

Ryan Mikel, Contributing Writer
February 16
Filed under ARTS, Entertainment

Last weekend, the Skirball Center hosted the American Ballet Theatre Studio Company and the Royal Ballet School in an awe-inspiring and "en pointe" night of grace and precision.

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FIT Celebrates the Modern Woman of the 1960s

FIT Celebrates the Modern Woman of the 1960s

Natalie Breuer, Staff Writer
February 15
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The Museum at FIT's latest exhibit holds not just the fashion that influenced that era, but pieces like Yves Saint Laurent's tradition-defying Le Smoking suit, one of the most iconic pieces of women's evening wear in Western history.

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The Power of Pettibon’s Pen

The Power of Pettibon’s Pen

Emily Conklin, Staff Writer
February 14
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Raymond Pettibon's new exhibit "A Pen of All Work" takes the fine lines of his pens and charges them to examine the blurred lines of social inequities.

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NYU Proves It Can Dance

NYU Proves It Can Dance

Sarah Jackson, Contributing Writer
February 13
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With flair, fever and flavor, NYU proved that it can dance as well as the best of them at the So You Think NYU Can Dance? marquee Spring Welcome event — and trust us, the best of them turned out for the show.

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Vim Vigor Dance Company Haunts in “Future Perfect”

Vim Vigor Dance Company Haunts in “Future Perfect”

Ryan Mikel, Contributing Writer
February 9
Filed under ARTS, Entertainment

Vim Vigor Dance Company creates a beautifully ambiguous, painstakingly detailed performance about four campers the not-so-dead body they happen upon in the woods.

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Drew Barrymore and Cast Carry Netflix Original

Drew Barrymore and Cast Carry Netflix Original

Julian Wright, Contributing Writer
February 6
Filed under ARTS, Entertainment

Netflix's new series has the makings for a great appetizer, but perhaps not enough meat to be a main course.

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Identity Politics Ring True at KJCC

Identity Politics Ring True at KJCC

Maria Jose Lavandera, Contributing Writer
February 6
Filed under ARTS, Entertainment

Pablo Delano takes an unflinching look at the colonialist history of Puerto Rico's relationship with the United States in his exhibit "Museum of the Old Colony" at NYU's King Juan Carlos I Center.

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Bob Ross Event Reflected Philosophy

Bob Ross Event Reflected Philosophy

Carter Glace, Staff Writer
February 6
Filed under ARTS, Entertainment, TOP STORIES

The Student Resource Center thought it would be fun to have students paint while watching Bob Ross videos. We thought it would be fun to critique their paintings.

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Thoughtful Chaos at the Whitney

Thoughtful Chaos at the Whitney

Emily Conklin, Staff Writer
February 1
Filed under ARTS, Entertainment

The Whitney Museum's latest exhibit takes a look at the 80's without the glamour and idolization of John Hughes films, instead peering at its darker undersides of identity and reality.

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