Stories about "Arts"
Bates Magazine: Fall 2023

Wednesday, January 31, 2024 4:57 pm

Here’s a flip version of the most recent issue of Bates Magazine,…

Picture Story: A winter night for the arts

Friday, January 26, 2024 11:16 am

From Coram Library, home of the new Immersive Media Studio, to Olin Arts Center, flung open for Open Studio night, the campus was alight with the arts on a winter night.

Take a chance on stage: Students and faculty share why they stepped into the Schaeffer Theatre limelight

Friday, January 26, 2024 10:55 am

The annual Cultural Showcase has a “if you build it, they will come” vibe. Hear from some of the students and faculty who share why they took a chance to step into the Schaeffer Theatre limelight this year.

Monday, Jan. 15 9–10:30am | The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Keynote Keynote speaker and presenter Bryant Terry is an award-winning chef, food justice activist, and critically acclaimed author. Welcoming Remarks Tyler Harper, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies President’s Welcome Garry W. Jenkins, President of Bates College Introduction of Keynote Speaker Phoebe Stern ‘24 (shown in several photos with her mother) Keynote Address Bryant Terry Closing James Reese, Associate Dean for International Student Programs Location: Gomes Chapel
13 cooking tips from James Beard Award–winning chef and author Bryant Terry

Friday, January 19, 2024 12:33 pm

During this year's MLK Day keynote, Terry prepared a dish of tofu curry with mustard greens, along the way offering a baker's dozen of cooking tips and insights.

Bates in the News: Jan. 12, 2024

Friday, January 12, 2024 9:26 am

Bates professor Tyler Harper writes about the racial politics of the movie American Fiction, and the international media reports the death of a provocative performance arist who was a former longtime member of the Bates faculty.

‘Food Justice’ is on the menu for 2024 MLK Day at Bates

Wednesday, January 10, 2024 4:43 pm

This year’s keynote promises stirring words — and more. Noted author, food justice activist, and James Beard Award-winning chef Bryant Terry plans to stir up a vegan dish featured in one of his acclaimed cookbooks.

Bates photographers’ favorite images of 2023

Wednesday, December 13, 2023 12:33 pm

A picture says a thousand words. But how many words describe the process of photographing an entire community — Bates in this case — from the eclectic perspectives of two visual artists?

Q&A: On the job with Alex Provasnik ’25, good chemistry in the Bates ceramic studio

Wednesday, November 29, 2023 5:49 pm

Provasnik's campus job, in the Olin Arts Center ceramics studio, fits both her majors: studio art (of course) but also chemistry. She's one of 716 students, or 40 percent of the campus enrollment of around 1,800, who have at least one campus job this semester.

Hilarious and provocative, ‘The Thanksgiving Play’ is a Bates production that ‘has to be done’

Thursday, November 9, 2023 12:39 pm

To help Bates student actors navigate the fast-moving satire The Thanksgiving Play, director Tim Dugan reached out to Native American experts on campus and in Maine to join the creative team.

New poems by Myronn Hardy explore exile and return to America, cataclysm and possibility

Friday, October 6, 2023 2:19 pm

Myronn Hardy's new collection of poetry speaks to exile and return, and a moment in America in which potential cataclysm exists alongside possibility and change.

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