State of the Arts
UMass alums help create a music venue in the name of an infamous landmark
The art of documenting labor
UMass’s architectural backbone—reconsidered
Costumes designed between the lines
Artist and alumnus shares his artistic evolution
Showcasing art from around the world, inspired by recent events
The Not Ready for Bedtime Players deliver sex ed plus loads of laughs
STATE OF THE ARTS: Athena Levesque ’15, ’16MA brings her own crowd
Assistant Professor Juana Valdés has fashioned bone china into exquisite rags that celebrate women and their labor.
Professor Martín Espada wins the Poetry Foundation’s prestigious 2018 Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize.
Go inside the rain forest Gary Radin ’91 designed for the 2018 Philadelphia Flower Show.
Student dancers explore creativity and repression in Cadáver Exquisito.
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