Powerful Vulnerability Anchors “Dry Land”
Watching “Dry Land” is like diving back into the tumultuous days of high school, when conversations circled around sex and gossip, lunch time segregated jocks from nerds and letting your guard down meant revealing a part of yourself you wanted to keep hidden from the critical eyes of other teens.
The Modern Renaissance Man: Michael Knowles on Art, Politics and Jimmy McMillan
A man of action, Michael Knowles ’12 jets between New York City and Los Angeles for his acting career, while pursuing his other passion — politics. He has worked with Jimmy McMillan, founder of the Rent is Too Damn High Party, Congresswoman Nan Hayworth and former presidential candidate Jon Huntsman Jr. In New York City, »
My Time and Place
9 a.m. sunlight floods into an empty Rabinowitz Gallery in the Slifka Center in which hang surreal paintings by Max Missner Budovitch (CC ’13) . The exhibit is called “Time is a Place.” In it, Budovitch explores how time freezes in a place one leaves behind, and how one can recreate a city or piece of architecture in one’s own mind. Based in Tel Aviv but originally from Chicago, Budovitch bridges distance--in both time and space---throughout his paintings.