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Art to Save the Internet

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Owen Keefer ‘20 Arts Correspondent Once a year, the Van Every/Smith galleries exhibit the studio work of one Davidson professor to showcase the talent that we have hidden in the faculty.  This year, the exhibition includes the digital works of Joelle Dietrick and Owen Mundy–a pair who have worked togetherRead More

“I wouldn’t say I’m an Artist but…”

“I wouldn’t say I’m an Artist but…”

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Elsa Conklin’22 Photography has always been a significant part of my life. It started with my Nintendo DSi – I would walk around on family trips and take pictures just like any other tourist, but on a .3 megapixel camera.  I originally started with just taking portraits of friends. OutRead More

Visual Review: Brass Studio Recital

Visual Review: Brass Studio Recital

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Brass is big and loud, both visually and audibly. The instruments are heavy and cumbersome and come in all shapes and sizes. The array of sounds that can be created with them is incredible, especially when experienced live. In my pieces, I attempted to capture all that you experience whenRead More

Textual Review: Jazz Combo Concert

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Ben Caldwell ‘21 Music Correspondent Last Thursday night, the Music Department hosted the Davidson College Jazz Combos, a showcase of two student bands. The show was in Tyler-Tallman Hall; Davidson locals made up most of the audience.  The room was unusually quiet, even before the lights went down, and itRead More

An Evening with Pat Metheny

An Evening with Pat Metheny

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Lucas Weals ‘19 Music Correspondent On a June night in 1965, Wes Montgomery took the stage with the Wynton Kelly Trio at the Half Note Club in New York City to play a jazz set. Listening to a live record of that forty-minute performance now, in 2019, it’s still easyRead More