Arts & Culture

Food Review: President’s House

Food Review: President’s House

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Michael Hall ‘20 Restaurant Critic Forever nearby yet elusive, Davidson College President Carol Quillen is at times shrouded in an aura of mystery and awe. The idea of every senior having dinner at her house may be a terrific selling point on tours but is more than anything a tenderRead More

Q&A with Alison Bory: A Multi-Space Medium

Q&A with Alison Bory: A Multi-Space Medium

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by Eliza Patterson ‘22 Can you tell me a little bit about yourself and your background in dance? “Dance for me was an extracurricular activity for most of my life. It wasn’t until I got to college that I realized that I could also be a maker. Dance wasn’t justRead More

Reflection: Creating and Finding Place

Reflection: Creating and Finding Place

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One of my favorite pieces of choreography is Franklin Yu’s rendition of “Slow Dancing in a Burning Room” by John Mayer. Yes, I said John Mayer and hip-hop dance in the same sentence. That shouldn’t make sense, but neither should the way that Franklin Yu’s movements make me listen toRead More

The Mystery of Edwin Drood

The Mystery of Edwin Drood

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Artistic works are never the product of a single perspective. Even when the expression is extremely personal, the act of sharing or even revisiting it oneself, is a means of introducing a new point of view.  There is something about art which is created in the moments in which itRead More

Cartoonist Richard Farrell ‘22 Explores “Visual Storytelling“

Cartoonist Richard Farrell ‘22 Explores “Visual Storytelling“

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Richard Farrell ‘22 Art Correspondent The Visual Storytelling Workshop, led by writer, artist, and Davidson alumna Ali Fitzgerald ‘04, was an interactive exploration of the phenomenon of visual narrative. From the Homecoming currently in the VAC, to the Zine Fest being held in early April, this workshop is one ofRead More