Beauty Given by Grace: Art Exhibit and Lecture
The crowd was soon a mix of burgeoning, young art students and experienced patrons. As people trickled into the foyer of the Barrington Center for the Arts last Tuesday night, they mingled and meandered through the display of… Read More
Breaking the Fourth Wall: Reinventing Shakespearean Performance
In the heart of the Jewish Ghetto in Venice, Italy, Karin Coonrod ’75 directed “The Merchant of Venice,” followed by a mock trial for the play’s main character held by Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The Arts of Reconnection and Presence
Steeped in rich history and artwork, Orvieto, Italy has proved to be the essential meeting place for students and professors alike to experience the interconnectedness of art, faith and history. When John Skillen (pictured below) created the Gordon… Read More