The Laboratorio Artistico de San Agustin is an organization in San Agustin, Cuba which seeks to introduce contemporary art to the peoples of the area. In a documentary about the group, a triage of BC’s students found that the organization had as much influence on them, looking in, as it did for the community to which it belongs.
With a mix of modernism, an old text, and a showy set, ‘The Servant of Two Masters’ showcases the best of what BC theater has to offer.
Cage the Elephant challenges viewers to read between the lines in their latest music video “Trouble,” exploring a metaphorical journey through past and present.
There is no singular aspect that ‘GoT’ can look forward to, as all horizons in Westeros seemed to be headed down its signature roads of deceit, treachery, and violence that has made the show what it is.
Witness Key and Peele in ‘Keanu’, the Common Tones crew sing in their Spring Show, and pick up Juice’s latest album this weekend in the arts.
Some of Hollywood’s brightest stars of olde are barely even visible anymore. What extinguishes some of these bright flares into oblivion.
Drake wants “One Dance,” Beyonce does not think anything can “Hold Up,” and Meghan Trainor says unapologetically, “I Love Me.”
All the way from its 2014 Arts Fest debut, Juice launches it first, self-titled album, bringing in all the flavors, sounds, and riffs that have made the band the success it is today.
With disjointed tracks, an inventive clash of genres, and a tracklist rife with warnings against infidelity, ‘Lemonade’ is perfectly unapologetic.
The Women’s Center, along with UGBC and other campus groups, hosted ‘Feminists Coming Out Day’ on Stokes Lawn on Monday. This is a part of numerous on campus initiatives to encourage dialogue on feminism.