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Photographer Rinko Kawauchi’s Work on Exhibit at LUCAD

The main gallery at LUCAD is currently showing “Ametsuchi,” the latest publication from the award-winning Japanese fine art photographer Rinko Kawauchi. She has had solo exhibitions all over the world, including: New York, Berlin, Paris, London, Madrid, and Milan, among others. Kawauchi lives and works in Tokyo, Japan. For “Ametsuchi,” Kawauchi used a 4×5 large… Read More ›

B.J. Novak Comes Home to Cambridge

B.J. Novak, a writer, actor, director, and text enthusiast, returned home to Cambridge this past Thursday, October 2nd.  Novak graduated from Harvard University before going on to become famous on the hit NBC comedy series, The Office. This past week, he came back for an appearance at the Brattle Theatre, an event sponsored by the… Read More ›

Student Work To Be Displayed in New Arts Center

As everyone in the Lesley community knows, the Lunder Arts Center has been in the works all year. When complete, this building will replace the LUCAD buildings currently in use in Boston; the new building, which will be next to University Hall, will provide convenience and shorter distance between the campuses. With construction to be… Read More ›

Destination North: Why You Should Visit Salem

As the iron fist of winter finally begins to loosen its chilling grip, and the last reminiscences of colossal snow banks melt away and disappear into the now thawing earth, we can once more begin to slowly creep out of our wintery cocoon and feel the spring as it emerges around us. As the days… Read More ›

Billy Collins Visits Lesley

Poet Laureate Billy Collins visited Lesley’s Doble Campus on Wednesday February 26, to read poetry from his collections, give a short lecture, and answer questions from the audience. Collins is a distinguished poet. In addition to serving as the United States Poet Laureate from 2001 to 2003, he has been awarded the Mark Twain Award… Read More ›

Kanye or Nay?: Lesley Student Feels Ticketmaster Sold Her Short

For many, concerts are the equivalent of a religious experience. After listening to an artist and bowing at their altar for years, going to see said artist perform live has unmatched spiritual significance. Obtaining tickets for a concert is the gateway to this sacred event, beginning a journey of joy and redemption that only being… Read More ›

Comics Expo Comes to Lesley

Artists from all over the country converged in Cambridge recently for a weekend of art, discussion panels and workshops  — celebrating the present while looking toward the future of their art form — at the Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo (MICE) at University Hall. The Internet has revolutionized the way art is shared, and comic art… Read More ›