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Arts+Culture

Exhibits
Hamilton's life and legacy
Published Feb 19, 2018
Homewood Museum exhibit explores 'The Man Who Made Modern America'
Commentary
'Black Panther' taps centuries of dreams
Published Feb 19, 2018
Historian N.D.B. Connolly explores the historical inspirations, both real and imagined, for the film's fictional world of Wakanda / The Hollywood Reporter
Music
Scoring at the Olympics
Published Feb 19, 2018
Peabody alum Byeong Woo Lee composes music for PyeongChang Winter Olympics opening ceremony
Exhibit
Freedom in many forms
Published Feb 19, 2018
Sheridan Libraries exhibit honors the ways black Americans have expressed freedom and empowerment
STEAM education
Young artists showcase their work
Published Feb 19, 2018 Photos
Annual exhibition aims to get students excited about STEAM education, which combines arts with traditional STEM fields
Visual Arts
Making faces in class
Published Feb 19, 2018 Video
Students learn the cultural significance of masks before creating their own in Intersession course
Entertainment
True crime and the rise of the docudrama
Published Feb 19, 2018
Film and Media Studies director Linda DeLibero discusses the growing appeal of true crime storytelling on TV and the future of the genre
Commentary
An interplanetary anthropologist
Published Feb 19, 2018
In tribute to author Ursula K. Le Guin, who died this week, Anand Pandian finds parallels between her work and his / Anthrodendum
SHORT FICTION
A Perfect Painting
Published Feb 19, 2018
A short story written by a Johns Hopkins junior as part of the Writing Fantastical Fiction Intersession course
SHORT FICTION
When the Whales Came
Published Feb 19, 2018
A short story written by a Johns Hopkins senior as part of the Writing Fantastical Fiction Intersession course