During the 24th Annual Arts Festival, students came together to learn about global social justice issues through documentary screenings.
On the second day of the 24th Annual Arts Festival, student poets sat out on Stokes Lawn and awaited passersby to request free poems.
Boston College’s dance groups lit up the stage for the 24th Annual Arts Festival for both Thursday and Friday on O’Neill Lawn.
During the 24th Annual Arts Fest, Photo Negative took home the title of BC’s Best Band, winning the spot to open for Dominic Fike.
A Cappella ensembles perform passionate covers in the O’Neill Plaza Tent for Arts Fest.
WZBC opens its doors to the public, showcasing the studio’s aesthetics and importance to BC arts.
The last day of Arts Fest featured the outdoor plays on Stokes Lawn, showing new student talent.
BC Theatre’s production of ‘The Rocky Horror Show’ animated the audience with its outlandish costumes, dance numbers, and music.
ASiAM, a literary arts magazine that uplifts Asian American students’ voices, relaunched its magazine with a block printing even at the 24th Annual Arts Fest.
Stretching across campus, students and faculty displayed their original creations for the Arts Walk.