Arts & Humanities
Film scholar Tom Gunning explains how editing conventions create the splice of life.
Social critic and Victorian historian Gertrude Himmelfarb, AM’44, PhD’50, looks back on her Chicago education.
Part of a visual tradition that reaches back to Romanticism, images from the Hubble Space Telescope awe as they inform.
The Sahmat collective galvanizes artists across India to create work that resists divisive politics. For 24 years, famous and fledgling artists alike have painted portraits, designed posters, performed on city streets, and more. A retrospective exhibition at the Smart Museum of Art tells their story.