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Arts+Culture

Surreal supper
Published Spring 2018
Richard Hagerty, A&S '73, has been a surrealist painter for more than 40 years / Johns Hopkins Magazine
NONFICTION
They persisted, and endured
Published Spring 2018
Alum Jessica Ziparo publishes engrossing exploration of an era when women first entered the federal workforce in large numbers / Johns Hopkins Magazine
NONFICTION
Cancer team
Published Spring 2018
This stunning feat of memoir and science reporting chronicles doctors treating leukemia patients in the '60s / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Dining
Good food, no address
Published Spring 2018
Hopkins alum Irvin Seo breaks into the Baltimore food scene with a pop-up Korean restaurant inspired by his travels / Johns Hopkins Magazine
OPERA
The fat lady's dead
Published Spring 2018
Samuel Mungo, Peabody Opera's new director, wants to introduce more acting, movement, and dance options to undergrad and graduate students' training / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Special Collections
Century-old selfies
Published May 23, 2018
Two undergrads create exhibit of historical African-American photos found in JHU's Special Collections
Music mashup
'Infused with this music'
Published May 23, 2018
Beatboxer Shodekeh joins the Hopkins Symphony Orchestra for a classical concert like you've never heard before
Exhibit
Hamilton's life and legacy
Published May 23, 2018
Homewood Museum exhibit explores 'The Man Who Made Modern America'
Commentary
'Black Panther' taps centuries of dreams
Published May 23, 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 May 23, 2018
Peabody alum Byeong Woo Lee composes music for PyeongChang Winter Olympics opening ceremony