Not to be dramatic or anything, but let these songs full of darkness and simultaneous sensuality pour over you like a barrel of rose-water seeped with petals and thorns.
Should audiences have a chance to see Dia’s latest film, they will be well rewarded for immersing themselves in an authentically specific narrative that speaks to universal truths.
One particularly striking aspect of the exhibition is the makeup of its creative team, with an advisory board of 21 women — the majority of whom are Native American —comprised of artists, scholars and community members.
The New Works Festival, co-sponsored by the Drama Department and an Arts Enhancement Grant, featured four plays written, directed and performed by students.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the University becoming a co-ed school, three female-led bands and one female solo artist performed at the third Tiny Desk Concert, presented by UPC.
University students and faculty gathered in the Ruffin Gallery to view the captivating performance videos on display — titled “Blot,” “Gestalt” and “Bunny Boy,” each of which offered a unique experience.
Despite the event being a competition, there was a strong sense of camaraderie in the room as people from all different cities joined together to cheer on the performers all the way up until the end.
The new Netflix docuseries "Babies" shares the science behind the babies.
“Man Alive!” is a solid record that resonates well with the rest of the King Krule discography. Its themes of love, loneliness, and emotion are nicely complemented by atmospheric production and smooth instrumentation.
“Miss Anthropocene” undoubtedly marks the solidification of Grimes’ reign as dystopian pop princess, fully embodying the image of her automated avatar.
“Narcos — Mexico” season two wields some of the strongest writing and acting to be found in television or film, while also continuing to draw attention to the history of the drug war and the social and political devastation that has come from it.
"To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You" is a seamless continuation of its predecessor, true to its aim to simply be the next installment in one cohesive narrative.