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homewood arts programs

Theatre
Beneath boisterous surface, something dark
Published Sept 20, 2018
JHU Barnstormers stage an enchanting performance of Broadway favorite 'Pippin'
Visual Arts
Making faces in class
Published Sept 20, 2018 Video
Students learn the cultural significance of masks before creating their own in Intersession course
Visual art
Amy Sherald to speak at JHU
Published Sept 20, 2018
Baltimore artist known for striking portraits of African-Americans was recently commissioned to paint official portrait of Michelle Obama
Award-winning cartoonist to speak at Hopkins
Published Sept 20, 2018
Illustrator Barry Blitt, whose has drawn more than 80 covers for 'The New Yorker,' will visit on April 3
Intersession
So you think you can dance?
Published Sept 20, 2018
Members of SLAM Hip Hop student dance group lead Intersession personal enrichment workshops
Intersession
Art as therapy
Published Sept 20, 2018
Therapeutic Intersession class teaches students that art is 'something you do, not something you make'
When the air is a playground
Published Summer 2016
The Aerial Circus Club hangs, spins, and twists on silks and rings for the most artistic of core workouts / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Q+A
Urban artistry
Published Sept 20, 2018
Comics artist Ben Katchor on city living, urban sprawl, and art as activism
Q+A
Blurring lines
Published Sept 20, 2018
Baltimore artist, actor Carly Bales on what performance art, theater can learn from each other
Whodunit
Murder, red herrings
Published Sept 20, 2018 Photos
JHU's Barnstormers present Agatha Christie's murder-mystery 'The Mousetrap'