Arts & Culture

An art installation, of page sof a book spread serpentine-like along a winding table. What is an artist-book, and how far can it push convention? An exhibition at Tufts proves form is limited only by the imagination
October 7, 2019 Large Image
What is an artist-book, and how far can it push convention? An exhibition at Tufts proves form is limited only by the imagination

Books are both vessels for knowledge and invitations to engage: to read, to think, to feel. ...

Four twisting pillars with glass and light, and a stone monument, on Boylston Street in Boston. SMFA alumnus and sculptor Pablo Eduardo commemorates the Boston Marathon bombing victims in brass, stone, and light.
September 26, 2019 Large Image
Sculptor Pablo Eduardo commemorates the Boston Marathon bombing victims in brass, stone, and light

On April 15, 2013, at 2:49 p.m., the first of two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, turning city-wide celebration into...

A woman standing in a desert region, camera slung on her shoulders, as she looks off to the side. Nichole Sobecki, A08, has covered violence and devastation around the world, bringing back important stories that need to be told
September 18, 2019 Large Image
Nichole Sobecki, A08, has covered violence and devastation around the world, and talks in a Tufts podcast about bringing back important stories that need to be told

Tell Me More is a Tufts University podcast featuring brief conversations...

An engraving of a winged Lucifer falling off a mountain. Miranda Phaal, A18, discovered an acrostic in John Milton’s “Paradise Lost” that had gone unnoticed for more than 300 years.
September 11, 2019 Large Image
Miranda Phaal, A18, discovered an acrostic in John Milton’s classic that had gone unnoticed for more than 350 years

It’s not every day that an undergraduate makes a significant discovery about one of the most famous poems in English literature, but Miranda Phaal...

Katrina Moore stands smiling with her hands joined. With Homecoming Weekend festivities and a semester-long exhibit, Tufts’ Africana Center commemorates fifty years of serving students of African descent
August 29, 2019 Large Image
With Homecoming Weekend festivities and a semester-long exhibit, the university’s Africana Center commemorates fifty years of serving students of African descent

In 1969, campuses across the United States were roiled by protests, and Tufts was no different. Opposition to the Vietnam War led to boycotts of...

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