Archived articles


Extreme materials
Otherworldly art
Published Nov 12, 2018
Art student Amy Wetsch builds sculptures inspired by planetary environments explored by Hopkins scientist Sarah Horst
Public art
Renewal for 'Reclining Figure'
Published Oct 31, 2018
Massive sculpture on loan from The Willem de Kooning Foundation to remain at Homewood for another five years
Two centuries of Frankenstein
Published Oct 29, 2018
Experts from Johns Hopkins discuss the issues raised by Mary Shelley's groundbreaking novel
On stage
Discovering Laramie
Published Oct 25, 2018
JHU Barnstormers present the story of Matthew Shepard, whose 1998 murder became a flashpoint for the gay rights movement
Peabody performers help bring Bernstein's 'Mass' to life
Published Oct 25, 2018
About 540 singers, musicians, and dancers—including seven Peabody ensembles—will take part in massive production Friday at Baltimore's New Psalmist Baptist Church
SNF Agora Institute
How 'public palaces' can bridge divides, restore civility
Published Oct 24, 2018 Video
Investments in social infrastructure strengthen communities and can save lives, NYU sociologist Eric Klinenberg says during Homewood campus talk
Peabody's support helps lift city musician to new heights
Published Oct 12, 2018
Peabody provides a springboard for East Baltimore native Mateen Milan, who dreams of joining a professional orchestra
Reading series
Lorrie Moore's truth is stranger than fiction
Published Oct 10, 2018
Best-selling author reads from her new collection of essays during her talk at JHU
Conducting, community, and concerts
Published Sept 27, 2018
Jordan Randall Smith, assistant conductor for the Hopkins Concert Orchestra, discusses his approach to programming and conducting
President's Reading Series
A writer's DNA
Published Sept 26, 2018
Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Underground Railroad Colson Whitehead breaks down his influences, career