Arts

Addison Update: The Addison Shares Art with the Community and Beyond While Adapting to a Covid-19 World

After Andover: Art Advisor and Curator Andrea Feldman Falcione ’83 Builds Network Through Diverse Job Experiences

Review: Shawn Mendes Experiments With Style and Themes in Album Wonder, Albeit Unsuccessfully

LOTW: Hanbie Park ’23 Finds Confidence in Monochromatic Tracksuits and Neon Colors

Papillon Youth Outreach Seeks to Amplify Confidence in Young Creators

Drama Labs Virtual Halloween Special Show Brings New Opportunities for Performers

Clarinetist Jason Huang ’21 Leads by Example in Music Groups at Andover

Magician Chris Xia ’23 Derives Motivation from Audience Interactions

LOTW: Karsten Rynearson ’22 Challenges Gender Presentation with “Femme-Divinity” Style

Read My Lips Masks Brings Smiles to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Preview: Virtual Production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Emphasizes Individual Creativity

Review: “The Witches” Deviates Completely From Roald Dahl’s Engrossing Childhood Story

Review: “Positions” by Ariana Grande Is Repetitive and Unoriginal

Why I Hate Your Chanel Sneakers

Director Spotlight II: Agnès Varda

Review: “Rebecca” is Haunted by Past Adaptations

Review: The Threads of Mark Zuckerberg’s “Social Network”

Halloween At Home: Students Bond with Creative Group Costumes

After Andover: Hugo Solomon ’19 Captures Vulnerability and Intimacy with Photography

Look of the Week: Izzy Alvarez ’23 Rejuvenates Style Through Runway Shows and Social Media

After Andover: Sara Su Jones ’91 Remains on the Path of Life-long Learning

Iris Van Herpen: Pioneer of the Fashion Industry

Review: The Verdict on “The Trial of the Chicago 7”

New Addison Acquisition “The Wanderer” Brings History of Slave Trade to Renowned Ship Collection

Dancer Alexandra Koch-Liu ’22 Never Stops Striving to Reach the “Unreachable Perfection”

The Beautiful Horror of “The Social Dilemma”

LOTW: Lily Haik ’22 Thrifts with Purpose

Self-Taught Clothing Designer Natasha Muromcew ’22 Finds Inspiration in ’90s Fashion and Professional Artists

Movie Review: “Enola Holmes” Addresses Feminism by Revisiting Victorian England

Of Motets and Minuets: Adoramus te Christe, A Universal Sentiment

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