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November's odd and cruel surprises will wake us up. With notes from Poetry Editor Lisa Russ Spaar.
Potential applicants get a feel for serious, full-time art immersion, and art shools get on talented students' radar. That's win-win, writes Daniel Grant.
With notes from poetry editor Lisa Russ Spaar on "Bruises," "The Promise," and "Sometimes the Heart Is a Shallow Autumn River."
They can inspire you or mire you. Choose wisely, Elise Blackwell counsels in her monthly column.
Welcome to the heartland noir of a dangerous autumn. With notes from A&A poetry editor Lisa Russ Spaar.
The money from László Z. Bitó will be used for a new building at the rapidly growing institution.
The 26,000-square-foot addition will allow exhibition of more items from the Harn's 2,000 Asian works.
Los Angeles native Kris Bowers receives $25,000 and a recording contract.
A wry, savvy ode to inspiration owed. With notes from A&A's poetry editor, Lisa Russ Spaar.
You've got to be a bit insane to study the arts, writes Charles O'Connor. And that's why they're so crucial.
In her monthly column, Arts & Academe's poetry editor, Lisa Russ Spaar, discusses the bittersweet literary resonance of this month.
Last week, Daniel Grant wrote about novel teaching venues for artist M.F.A.'s. Here he explores another alternative career path.
The hiring picture is grim at four-year colleges, but artists are finding instructor positions in expanding arts offerings at community colleges, private schools, continuing-education programs, and museums. Daniel Grant reports.
When writing programs hire marquee authors, students don't always benefit much, writes Elise Blackwell in her monthly column.
An experimental Georgetown U. adaptation of the Michael Pollan best seller tries to keep the drama, like the menu, organic. Rebecca J. Ritzel reports.
A space between home and elsewhere prompts elegiac thoughts about what was and what must end. With notes from poetry editor Lisa Russ Spaar.
Students at California's Otis College of Art and Design conceive a memorial for the fallen soldiers of Palau. Miriam Chernick reports.
A Robert Johnson blues song and a Tennessee Williams play are passionately mashed up. A&A poetry editor Lisa Russ Spaar deciphers the beautiful wreckage.
They're fun to watch, writes Elise Blackwell in her monthly column. But hey, when do these boozy philanderers find time to work? And where are the women?
In every moment, we try to rise from the archetypal Fall--finding our reason, finding our way, before oblivion finds us. Poetry editor Lisa Russ Spaar interprets the poems "The Problem With the First Person" and "Beneath Venus."