Arts

Review: “Our Flag Means Death” Episodes 1-3—Pirates Have Never Been Funnier

Amina Hurd ’23 Innovates and Explores Different Cultures Through Baking

Dancer Yuliya Solyanyk ’23 Transitions from Club Team to Dance at Andover

Cellist Hanbie Park ’23 Channels Leadership and Attentiveness into her Dynamic Musicianship

Playlist of the Week 3/25: Spring Break Serenades

Review: “The Batman”—A Carefully Crafted Ode to Detective Noir

LOTW Spread: How Andover Teachers Use Fashion to Connect with Students in the Classroom

Playlist of the Week 2/19: Back to the 2010s!

Review: “Uncharted”—This Game-to-Movie Adaptation Loses its ‘Treasure’ in Translation

Look of the Week: Kierah Harris ’25 Takes Inspiration From Korean Fahsion and Experiments With Neutral Color Palettes

Arts and Culture Deep Dive: Exploring Black Empowerment Within Comics and Media

Theatre and Dance Department’s “Urinetown” Presents a Satirical Take on Capitalism and Climate Change

2022 Senior Concerto Competition Winners Perform with Phillips Academy Chamber Orchestra

Exploring Music in Nashville, Alumna Willow Zhu ’21 Plans Performance in Return to Andover

Review: Top Music Releases of the Week

Night at the Addison 2022: The Addison “Illuminates” An Opportunity For Students to Connect With Art

Outfits of the Week: Sean Shim ’23 Employs Unconventional and Dynamic Aesthetics Unique to His Physique and Appearance

Student Playwright Festival 2022: An Unrestricted Space for Imagination for Students at All Experience Levels

Resplendent With Energy And Joy, Abbot Cabaret Showcases A Variety of New Artistic Talent

2022 Flash Film Showcase: A Reflection of Andover Life, Culture, and Creativity Through Film

Mosaic Continues Nine-Year Tradition of Creating Display Table for Mixed Heritage Week

“Ready to Binge? Here are 2022’s Most Anticipated Shows”

Pianist and Bassist Rachel Bong ’23 Redefines Her Musical Values Through Andover’s Ensembles

Playlist of the Week: Songs to Keep You Company This Valentine’s Day

Dance Open 2022 Embraces Diversity, Offers Fresh Opportunities to New and Established Dancers Alike

Look of the Week: Ethan Sun ’23 Personalizes Outfits Through Subverting Comfort Zones and Fashion Standards

Look of the Week: Marika Saito ’25 Combines Korean Street-Style, “Academia,” and Personal Comfort

Visual Artist and Cellist Laerdon Kim ’24 Explores Freedom Through Artistic Versatility in His Creation and Presentation

Playlist of the Week: What Are The Teaching Fellows Listening To?

年年有 “鱼”/New Year with Fish to Spare: Dishes, Desserts, and More for the Holidays

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