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“Where Art Thou” is a weekly guide to interesting and notable lectures, events, and performances for the literary/musically/theatrically-inclined

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“Where Art Thou” is a weekly guide to interesting and notable lectures, events, and performances for the literary/musically/theatrically-inclined.

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On Saturday afternoon, Staff Writer Olivia Chiroiu and Deputy Arts Editor Isa RingswaldEgan attended Barnard Theatre’s production of Inspired by French Cinema, devised and directed by Javier Antonio Gonzalez.

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On Saturday, Deputy Arts Editor Isa RingswaldEgan attended arts magazine Ratrock’s Fall Featured Artist Showcase, where artists highlighted in Fall 2023 showcased their craft.

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Bwog Staffer Julia Ross used her 6th and final excused absence for her Barnard Tai Chi class to attend “MeMoSa: Untethered 21 with Nona Hendryx,” and didn’t regret it for a second.

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Bwoggers love cool city stuff, so we couldn’t miss out on Columbia’s exhibit on Frank Llyod Wright. Staffers Jack Treanor and Bella Tincher went over this week to ponder buildings, urban decay, and suburban ideals. In 2012 the entire collected works, papers, and models of the famous American architect was turned over to Columbia and […]

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The title was vague and the description even vaguer. Music, books, dreams, memories, computer generated sounds? What do all of these have in common? Bwog didn’t know either, so we sent Caroline Montgomery to report. On wednesday night, I traveled over to the Italian Academy, not really knowing what to expect. To be honest, I […]

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We sent Culture Connoisseur Julia Goodman to check out the latest exhibit at the Wallach Art Gallery, running through March 15. If you like art and have never been to the Wallach Art Gallery, you’re missing out. Personally I had never set foot in it before going to check out the current exhibition entitled Goddess, Heroine, […]

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