Arts

Celebrating Black History Month: Black Artists in Film

Emma Fu ’21 Plays the Piano as an Instrument of Emotion

Andover Recipients of Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards

Director Spotlight IV: Ingmar Bergman

BKH Kisses to Virtual Valentines: Valentine’s Day at Andover

Nine Rom Coms To Watch On Valentine’s Day

Review: “Malcolm & Marie” is Well-Acted, but Exhausting

LOTW: Evalyn Lee ’23 Prioritizes Sustainability through Thrifting

Of Motets and Minuets: A Look at Renaissance and Baroque Music

10 Movies Turning 10 in 2021

Review: “The Little Things” is a Nostalgic, Albeit Mediocre, Return to the 90s

Currents/Crosscurrents Addison Exhibition Highlights Marginalized Narratives of American Art History

Student Music Recital Benefits from Virtual Setting Despite Losing the “Spontaneity” of Performing In-Person

Leo Deng ’21 Explores the Intersection Between Art and Philosophy

Vickie Zhou ’22 Utilizes Ballet Training to Find Balance in Dance and School

“Fate: The Winx Saga” is a Remake Destined For Failure

The Cultural Cost of Celebrating Katherine Hoover

dazzledotcom Aims to Offer Sisterly Advice and Provide a Safe Space for All

After Andover: Michael Hurt ’90 Examines Subcultures With Korean Street Photography

Virtual “Rent” Production Brings (Seasons of) Love to Andover’s Community

LOTW: Scarlett Ruan ’23 Incorporates Different Pieces in “Genre-Blind” Style

Photographer José Alvarado Jr. Captures Authenticity in Untold Stories

Myranda Lu ’23 Learns to Love Dance with Contemporary Expression

LOTW: Alanna Olsen ’23 Borrows Vintage Clothing Items from Parents’ Closets

After Andover: Documentary Filmmaker Robin Hessman ’90 Applies Lessons from Andover and Experiences in Russia to Career

Music Producer Max Guan ’22 Composes ‘100 Percent’ Original Music

The Controversy of Crocs

Review: “WandaVision” Episode 1 & 2 Are a Perfect Way to Re-Enter the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Seven Netflix Movies to Get You Through Winter Term

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