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Jewelers and metalsmiths of all levels are invited to expand their skills with the exciting and challenging summer intensive workshops.
Woven Images 2019 showcases selected woven pieces from the Woven Structure and Introduction to Fibers courses in the Department of Art and Design.
“END OF THE CENTURY is at its most intense, and sexiest, when it’s also at its most unknowable.” - Ed Gonzalez, Slant Magazine
Join us for this LGBT Film/Video Festival screening.
Residents of England’s bleak coastal fens are cramped by grinding labor and economic oppression. Brief, fiercely resonant scenes depict – with powerful humanity – the desolate lives of these men and women.
Enjoy this marvelously moving story about the wonders of electricity - between partners, in medical practice and among artists. "A droll exploration of the early days of electrified desire," Chicago Tribune, 2017.
An exciting, eclectic annual exhibition that features artwork from some of the Peck School's most talented emerging visual artists across a wide range of mediums and covering a variety of topics.
Writhing with sorrow and anger, and yet so vividly alive to the loveliness of being, Derek Jarman's "The Garden" (1990) is a baleful and beautiful epistle from the brink of the beyond. Presented by the LGBT Film/Video Festival on World AIDS Day.
Experience the stories of six courageous women deployed to Vietnam as they struggle to make sense of their lives as civilians and make peace with the nation that shunned them.
Students share accomplishments acquired and moves mastered during this end-of-semester showcase.
Premiere performances, live musical accompaniment and more to warm your soul and inspire your senses during our annual winter dance concert.
This stark, hard hitting drama details the journey of six women convicted of petty crimes and sentenced to hard labor in Britain’s penal colonies “down under.”
An enduring and searing portrayal of war and its aftermath-as relevant today as it was when it was first staged in 415 BCE.
This devised piece explores our current global political realities by relocating de Vega’s play from embattled fifteenth century Spain to present day.
Bonnie and Clyde went from small-town nobodies to Depression-era folk heroes and Texas law enforcement’s worst nightmare.
Dancemakers welcomes audiences into our studios to experience new works premiered by our master's of fine arts (MFA) students, alumni and community dancers.