Performances and prizes are among the highlights of the students' BAX opening on April 11.
Theater group offers an homage to circus characters and images from the 1930s and 40s, workshops in mime and clown performance.
The sculptures, paintings, drawings, and prints of Willie Cole reflect realities of inner-city African-American life.
Pop-up exhibition in the Faulconer Gallery through March 13
NY artist Greg Smith and gallery owner Susan Inglett discuss professional art world with students.
This exhibition includes eight oversize works by three artists that consider the human body in varying states of decay. From instances of death and sickness to the body as metaphor, these works directly or indirectly ask us to examine our relationship to the unavoidable ephemeral state in which we reside.
Curated by Hannah Fiske '14, Faulconer Gallery intern
Faulconer Gallery provides "liberating" space for multimedia artist.
New York-based artist Greg Smith draws inspiration from American car culture and classic "road movies" for his video installations. Smith uses cameras, many of which he has improvisationally tinkered with, as physical manifestations of an ideal customized vehicle - the kind of smooth ride not promised by the car he's driving, which is more often stuck by the side of the road.