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2,700 STEPS
Homewood campus sculpture walk
Published June 14, 2016 Photos
Monumental pieces by Willem de Kooning and John Henry are just two of the highlights on this 20-minute stroll
detective drama
Theatre noir
Published June 17, 2016
JHU alum Monica López-González's one-act play leaps right into the chaotic whorl of human emotion and stays there
ARTSCAPE
Johns Hopkins stage lineup
Published June 15, 2016 Video
Festival features funk, neo soul, indie pop, blues, hip hop and dance parties onstage in Station North

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Precious cargo
Flight of the Gofriller
Published June 23, 2016
Famous cello gets first-class treatment on flight with Peabody musician Amit Peled
Act two
City students take the stage
Published June 1, 2016
Students from Margaret Brent Elementary/Middle School perform at Shriver Hall
In memoriam
Conductor Gustav Meier dies at 86
Published May 31, 2016
He served as director of conservatory's graduate conducting program until his retirement in August
Illuminating the weird
Published Summer 2016 Photos
A peek at some of the strangest items in the George Peabody Library / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Verse, chorus, wash, verse, chorus, rinse
Published Summer 2016
Electronic music duo Matmos brings a third member on tour—a washing machine / Johns Hopkins Magazine
A man walks into a bar
Published Summer 2016
For these Johns Hopkins alumni, comedy pays the bills / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Young producers
Middle school mixers
Published May 4, 2016 Video
City students record, mix their own music at after-school workshop led by JHU's Thomas Dolby
Peabody Pop-Ups
Spring ensembles
Published April 29, 2016 Photos
Four troupes from Peabody perform pop-up concerts across Baltimore
Film studies
A trailblazing filmmaker
Published April 27, 2016
Julie Dash, whose film 'Daughters of the Dust' broke new ground for black women filmmakers, to visit JHU
Student soloists
Published April 27, 2016
Three concerto competition winners to perform at HSO's season finale
Studio North
Script to screen
Published April 26, 2016
Through Studio North production company, JHU students get a feel for professional filmmaking
Q+A
'Rise' revisited
Published April 14, 2016
Peabody's Judah Adashi brings his choral reflection on America's civil rights struggles to Baltimore
Jazz
'Requiem' by request
Published April 12, 2016
Peabody alum Jarrett Gilgore composes musical response to city's April 2015 unrest
Q+A
Finding her happy
Published April 11, 2016
For neuroscientist and author Wendy Suzuki, learning how exercise affects the brain has been a life-changing experience
Philanthropy
New institute for the humanities established
Published April 11, 2016
$10M gift is largest ever to support humanities research, education at JHU
Guggenheim Fellows
JHU art historian honored
Published April 7, 2016
Mitchell Merback among 178 scholars selected as Guggenheim Fellows from 3,000 applicants
Mural makeover
'Apocalypse' then and now
Published April 6, 2016 Video
JHU's massive 1960s mural gets a much-needed makeover
Remix
Research as art
Published April 5, 2016
Digital Media Center opens Research Remix exhibit in anticipation of 15th anniversary celebrations
Food for thought
Cakes with a (plot) twist
Published April 1, 2016 Photos
Third annual cake bake-off showcases treats with literary themes
Film Fest
Four days of film
Published March 29, 2016
Johns Hopkins Film Festival offers an eclectic mix as it turns 20
Q+A
Urban artistry
Published March 29, 2016
Comics artist Ben Katchor on city living, urban sprawl, and art as activism
You Are Hear
An immersive installation
Published March 28, 2016
Student installation highlights trademark sounds of Johns Hopkins, Baltimore
Q+A
Humanities Center at 50
Published March 22, 2016
Department celebrates half century as home to diverse intellectual community