The second event of “Living in Color” showcased Black artist performances, from West African ensemble to gospel.
Art After Dark presented a night filled with interactive activities and a focus on climate activism.
AcapellaFest showcased the talents of seven of the 12 active a cappella groups at Boston College. The groups pulled from contemporary works to craft a fun opening to the fall a cappella scene.
The McMullen Museum showcased the art of Carrie Mae Weems, along with performances with from B.E.A.T.S., F.I.S.T.S., and Sexual Chocolate at Art After Dark.
The staff of the Women’s Center stressed that its wide range of resources are available to anyone who needs them.
Compelling performances leave listeners–and singers–breathless as three a cappella groups masterfully move through the high notes of pop hits.
The Bostonians kicked off the Halloween festivities Friday night with B.E.A.T.S. and Emerson’s Acappellics Anonymous to a packed Cushing 001.