Boston College students involved in the arts scene have struggled to adapt to the unexpected cancellation of events and performances.
From show tunes to soul, karaoke tracks to piano accompanists, competitors at this year’s Sing it to the Heights gave it their all.
The ‘Diaspora Through Dance’ competition showcased African culture from Ethiopian to Caribbean dance.
The South Asian Student Association presented their 23rd annual culture show, featuring high-energy dances with impeccable choreography.
‘Vagina Monologues’ shares timely message of respecting women and the female body in annual show.
The Boston College Theatre Department’s latest production explores the intersection between love, art, and manipulation.
The Boston College African Students Organization celebrated culture and fashion at ‘The Royal Wedding.’
Lindsay Caplan’s lecture ‘Why ‘Programmed’ Art? The Social Significance of Early Computer Art in 1960s Italy’ analyzed impact of Computer Era on Art.