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The Art of Politics
Political cartoons of the past
Published Aug 30, 2016
Special Collections display explores work of two 20th century Baltimore cartoonists
Youth arts program
Finding their voices
Published Aug 30, 2016
Baltimore Youth Film Arts hosts summer screening, exhibitions July 30 at Shriver Hall
Numbers and notes
Published Aug 30, 2016 Video
JHU summer course teaches the beauty of math through music

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From the archives
Whiskey proposition
Published Aug 30, 2016
In 1920, JHU professor John B. Watson sought 34 gallons of whiskey for 'research for educational purposes'
Green Fest
OrchKids host cleanup, concert
Published Aug 30, 2016
Second annual Green Festival takes place July 23-24 in West Baltimore
Humanities
Mellon Foundation grant to fund MUSE Open
Published Aug 30, 2016
Johns Hopkins University Press' Project MUSE online platform will host scholarly materials in humanities and social sciences
Artscape 2016
Sounds of summer
Published Aug 30, 2016
Johns Hopkins University stage attracts festival goers for musical performances and after hours dance parties
Artscape 2016
Star composition
Published Aug 30, 2016
Peabody alum Faye Chiao to perform Hubble-inspired work at Artscape this weekend
Precious cargo
Flight of the Gofriller
Published Aug 30, 2016
Famous cello gets first-class treatment on flight with Peabody musician Amit Peled
detective drama
Theatre noir
Published Aug 30, 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 Aug 30, 2016 Video
Festival features funk, neo soul, indie pop, blues, hip hop and dance parties onstage in Station North
Act two
City students take the stage
Published Aug 30, 2016
Students from Margaret Brent Elementary/Middle School perform at Shriver Hall
In memoriam
Conductor Gustav Meier dies at 86
Published Aug 30, 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
Young producers
Middle school mixers
Published Aug 30, 2016 Video
City students record, mix their own music at after-school workshop led by JHU's Thomas Dolby