“Welcome to Sex in the Dark!” announced Mia White ’27, a Community Health Organizer (CHO) in-training with the Schacht Center ...
We often think of listening as a passive act, but you’ve spoken about the value of active listening. How do you see active ...
How has Elim defied all odds and become a successful conductor? Her baton technique is clear and expressive, reflecting one ...
Art sparks connectivity, either with others through conversation or with oneself through introspection. That sense of ...
Smithies share memories of a campus landmark ...
Leigh Fagin assumed the inaugural role of director of the Smith Office for the Arts last fall and started envisioning Smith ...
Watch and discuss the total solar eclipse with the Astronomy department. Free eclipse glasses available. Each year there are a minimum of 4 eclipses—2 solar and 2 lunar. 0–3 lunar eclipses per year ...
Monday, April 8, 2024 5-8:30 p.m.
Gaye Chan is a conceptual artist who moves between solo and collaborative activities that take place on the web, in publications, streets as well as galleries. Her recent work often ruminates on how ...
Elizabeth Yntema, the President & Founder of the Dance Data Project®, will give a talk on the importance of statistics and data science for the arts industry.
Meg Thacher is flying to Texas. James Lowenthal is leading a bus trip of about a hundred Smith students to northern Vermont. When it comes to an event as big as a total solar eclipse, the Smith ...