Exhibitions impress visitors; Lane students showcase professional-grade projects

Foreign troops have invaded America. It seems as though the world is coming to an end. Esther has to choose between panicking, committing suicide or doing what needs to be done. So begins Esther at...

Multimedia extravaganza invades Hult Center; Musicians, dancers and acrobats take stage with orchestra

For four hours, the Silva Hall at the Hult Center was transformed into a multimedia music and dance collaboration, a modern fantasia which felt more like a psychedelic club rave than a concert, with...

Exhibit reshapes perception of art; Artist challenges traditional interpretation in Building 11 gallery

Jeanne Heifetz is a New York-based artist whose collection, Geometry of Hope, is inspired by the difference between what we think we see and what we actually see. Shadows, which have no independent existence, but...

Art exhibit tackles difficult subject; Faculty and students express how cancer touched their lives

Media arts student Rainer Anderson, who prefers to be called RB, said his life was shattered when he found out he had cancer. He uses writing and art to express what it’s been like...

Instructor produces film; Mazzocco touring with full-length feature

Part-time Lane instructor Johnnie Mazzocco screened her first feature-length film, Found Objects, at Lane on April 15. According to the closing slide of the film it is “dedicated to the women of the world...

Artist brings glass sculpture lecture to Building 10; Chemistry, architecture, engineering discussed with glass...

Jonathan Swanz, an artist specializing in glass sculptures, visited students in Building 10 to talk about his work and process. Accompanying his talk was a large installation named “Rites of Passage.” He explained this piece...

Student exhibit displays talent; Last chance to see the showcase

Art exploring the cosmos, sexual equality and fresh graphic design will be included in an all-student show running through March 13 in the Building 11 art gallery. The exhibit features art in several mediums, all...

Art exhibit walks all over history; Kara Walker rocks the Jordan Schnitzer Museum

The work of a widely known contemporary African-American artist is displayed at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art through April 6. Emancipating the Past: Kara Walker’s Tales of Slavery and Power includes work from a...