Arts & Culture

Founding Fathers, 2011 by Lauren Adelman, Lucas Nkgweng and the Saturday class
June 12, 2012 Slideshow
A new exhibition at Tufts highlights the connections between South Africa and Boston

South Africa’s troubled journey from apartheid to democracy is the focus of The Boston–Jo’burg Connection, a new exhibition at the Tufts...

the Colossal AcornHead sculpture on campus
May 14, 2012 Large Image
First public art installation on the Medford/Somerville campus highlights our connection to nature

The innate, inescapable connection between humans and the natural world is visualized in a new piece of public sculpture recently installed on...

May 10, 2012 Video
It’s been a long and sometimes strange trip for the band formed at Tufts

If the members of Guster ever had any pretensions about the band, they were all lost in the basement of Lewis Hall freshman year. “One of our...

Katie Peterson in class
April 23, 2012 Large Image
A practicing poet on why you, too, should celebrate National Poetry Month

Is poetry still relevant in this age of information overload, surrounded as we are by texts and tweets, Facebook posts and bloviating bloggers?...

a singer playing guitar
April 20, 2012 Video
Undergraduate singer/songwriters find their voices—and a growing audience

Music majors are not the only ones at Tufts hitting the good notes. The music culture on campus is rich and often transcends academic backgrounds...