End of boundaries

January 30, 2009 • 0
“The ways people talk about art are not as complicated as the way we live our lives,” Jaret Vadera ART ’09 tells me. A neon pink tube curled into the word “poser” in cursive fluoresces pertly above his head. It is the only work of art on a long white gallery wall that faces the »
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Off-campus music: SLRAS goes beyond ‘Blood Diamond’

August 31, 2007 • 0
“Every instrument comes out of the mind of man,” said Reuben M. Koroma, band leader of Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars, “…like a heartbeat.” On their debut album, “Living Like a Refugee,” the band’s singers use their voices to imitate inhuman sounds, too — like goopy soap suds (“Soda Soap”) or a vibrating guitar string »

Art stars

March 1, 2007 • 0
Behind Green Hall lies the nucleus of the Yale School of Art, 353 Crown St. Beyond a candy-colored spectrum of vintage bicycles, and through a double meniscus of glass doors, a gallery overlooks The Pit — the painter’s equivalent of a gladiator’s arena. It is here that the School of Art’s MFA painting candidates, members »
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Art stars: Fame and fortune at the Yale School of Art

October 6, 2006 • 0
Behind Green Hall lies the nucleus of the Yale School of Art, 353 Crown St. Beyond a candy-colored spectrum of vintage bicycles, and through a double meniscus of glass doors, a gallery overlooks The Pit — the painter’s equivalent of a gladiator’s arena. It is here that the School of Art’s MFA painting candidates, members »