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Karin Chien Discusses the “Next Frontier” of Creative Ownership, Increased Agency for Asian American Filmmakers

Karin Chien Discusses the “Next Frontier” of Creative Ownership, Increased Agency for Asian American Filmmakers

On April 11th, the Asian Studies Department and the Film and Media Studies Department welcomed Karin Chien for the annual Genevieve Ching-Wen Lee ’96 Memorial Lecture. The memorial fund, endowed…

Lex and Goldaline: A Mirror Fugue In Three Acts: Photo Gallery

Lex and Goldaline: A Mirror Fugue In Three Acts: Photo Gallery

Sam “Swift” Shuker-Hanes Directing Thesis “Lex and Goldaline” Click here to open the gallery. For more on this play, please see the Daily Gazette article found here Photos by Anita Castillo-Halvorssen…

Snapshots from Abroad: France Part II

Snapshots from Abroad: France Part II

Click here to open the gallery.   Photos by Lily Jamison-Cash ’15.…

The Week in Pictures: The Mud Run, HAN BBQ, & Grapevine

The Week in Pictures: The Mud Run, HAN BBQ, & Grapevine

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Rhythm and Motion Spring Showcase: Photo Gallery

Rhythm and Motion Spring Showcase: Photo Gallery

RnM dazzles once again with their Spring Showcase!   Click here to open the gallery.   Photos by Martin Froger-Silva ’16    …

Anxiety at Swat: An Alumnus Looks Back at Panic and Progress

Anxiety at Swat: An Alumnus Looks Back at Panic and Progress

Robb*, an alumnus and science major from the class of 2010, remembers his junior year at Swarthmore as being particularly stress-filled. His first panic attack occurred in the spring semester,…

Lex & Goldaline Elongates Time and Minimizes Space

Lex & Goldaline Elongates Time and Minimizes Space

“It started as an attempt to slow down time,” said Swift Shuker-Haines ‘14 about Lex & Goldaline: A Mirror Fugue In Three Acts, their directorial thesis being staged this weekend.…

Artist Profile: Lisa Patusky ’14 and “In Formation”

Artist Profile: Lisa Patusky ’14 and “In Formation”

Recently, The Daily Gazette caught up with Lisa Patusky ’14, whose Senior Thesis Show, “In Formation,” opens in the List Gallery on April 10th.  Patusky, a Studio Art major with minors…

History, Storytelling, and Loneliness: A Review of The Grand Budapest Hotel

History, Storytelling, and Loneliness: A Review of The Grand Budapest Hotel

Wes Anderson films share many similar stylistic and thematic elements, but the most potent similarity is their dramatic layering. Case in point: though Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel presents…

The Mystery of Irma Vep: Photo Gallery

The Mystery of Irma Vep: Photo Gallery

Patrick Ross ’15 and Sasha Rojavin ’16 star in The Mystery of Irma Vep, directed by Anna Russell ‘14.   Click here to open the gallery.  …