Former Adjunct Assistant Professor Cynthia Cruz has won the National Books Critics Circle Award in Poetry for Hotel Oblivion (Four Way Books, 2022).
Zayd Ayers Dohrn discusses his family’s radical legacy with Jamal Joseph and Carol Becker.
Upon entering the studio of Visual Arts alumna Ann Gillen ’69, one is immediately amazed by the aura of creative energy suffusing the space.
Wonderland, an exhibition devoted to Visual Arts Mentor Valerie Hammond and Lothar Osterburg’s discourse on the natural world and imaginary cities, is on view until April 8, 2023 at Planthouse Gallery.
Associate Professor Shane McCrae has been awarded the Arthur Rense Poetry Prize, a prestigious accolade from the Academy of Arts and Letters, which annually awards $20,000 to an exceptional poet.
Anocha Suwichakornpong is now a professor at School of the Arts, where she earned her MFA in film.
A film with a radically different approach, this body is so impermanent… isn’t trying to move its audience anywhere. Rather it is an invitation to stay, to contemplate, to experience.
Theatre Management and Producing alumnus Ryan Bogner ’15 is the lead producer on The Cottage, which will premiere on Broadway this summer.
Until April 1, 2023, nine pieces by Visual Arts alumna Annette Hur ’19 are on view at Hesse Flatow gallery in New York City.
Film alumna Chantel Clark ’18 has been chosen to participate in the AuthenticA Series Lab, a training program for African episodic screenwriters hosted by Realness Institute, the African non-profit filmmaking organization.
In his new book, Brian Kulick looks to everyone from Euripides to Ibsen for the answer.
Professor Anne Bogart will direct Boston Lyric Opera’s production of Bluebeard’s Castle/Four Songs. The brand new production, which will be presented March 22–26, 2023 at The Terminal at Flynn Cruiseport Boston, blends Bela Bartók’s 1918 opera, Bluebeard’s Castle, with Alma Maria Schindler-Mahler’s Four Songs (Vier Lieder) from 1915.
True Biz (2022), the New York Times bestselling novel from alumna Sara Nović ’14, is out now in paperback from Random House.
Magma, written by Þóra Hjörleifsdóttir and translated from the Icelandic by alumna Meg Matich ’15, has been named among the seventy titles on the Dublin Literary Award longlist.