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Arts+Culture

Peabody alum Yoshiaki Horiguchi on what it takes to be a standout
Published Summer 2019
Peabody alum Yoshiaki Horiguchi on what it takes to be a standout / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Nursing
The 'literary high explosives' of Ellen La Motte's 'Backwash of War'
Published Summer 2019
The Hopkins alumna, overlooked in the Western canon, may have inspired generations of writers who followed her, including Hemingway, Remarque, Vonnegut, and Heller / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Electronic Music
Matmos' new material
Published Summer 2019
With 'Plastic Anniversary,' musical duo experiments with a sonic vocabulary of manmade materials / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The human side of illness
Published Summer 2019
New app encourages medical professionals to look at fine art and examine questions of empathy and observation / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Opera
Caught stealing
Published Summer 2019
Composer Joel Puckett's opera The Fix details the Black Sox Scandal of 1919 / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Higher education
Billie Holiday Project hosts college access luncheon
Published May 28, 2019
Baltimore's highest-achieving high school juniors joined Hopkins students, faculty, and staff for a discussion of pathways to higher education
ARTS
Graduating seniors receive arts prizes
Published May 20, 2019
Victoria Yeh wins Louis Sudler Prize, and Julia Zimmerman wins the President's Commendation for Achievement in the Arts
Dance
The Alvin Ailey experience
Published April 26, 2019
Famed dance company visits Henderson-Hopkins school in East Baltimore for four-day arts education program
Two from Hopkins earn prestigious Guggenheim Fellowships
Published April 11, 2019
Bloomberg Distinguished Professor Lawrence Jackson, Film and Media Studies lecturer Matt Porterfield among 168 scholars, artists, and writers recognized for achievements and promise
Peabody hosts sensory-friendly concert for autistic listeners
Published April 5, 2019
The interactive concert, held in partnership with advocacy organization the Musical Autist, is designed to appeal to people with neurological differences