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Allyson Adams The audience enters the parking lot of Electric Lodge in Venice to see a dancer unraveling tape with his feet. His steps on the tape are perfect and slow. I remember measuring the ribbon for ballet shoes, the size of the volleyball court, the size of the dance floor– what is he exacting? The […]

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Student Committee for the Arts proudly presents the winning stories from the 9th Annual David Sedaris Humor Writing Contest: “Framework” by Ellie Martino  It gets so quiet in the museum at night. The portrait wing, “Hall F” according to the map on the wall, turns into a pressure can of stillness from 8pm to 6am. […]

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WAC174A: Creation of Repertory presents “Studies on figures close and far”. Choreographed by Gracie Whyte in collaboration with the dancers. “Studies on figures close and far” focuses on themes of community and awareness, specifically the awareness that we are all a part of a much bigger picture and larger narrative than our own small life. […]

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Colleen Hamilton-Lecky ’18   For centuries, art has been used as a tool for resistance. And yet, less attention has been paid to the spaces that hold those works. From the Louvre in Paris to Highways in LA, these spaces are as complicated as the artworks on display, reflecting the cultural and economic tensions of […]

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