Arts & Humanities

02.24.2017

The Metropolitan Museum of Art just made 375,000 images from its collection available for free download. We went hunting for pieces with a UChicago connection.
Winter/17

A century-old J. M. Barrie play gets a Chicago revival.

Winter/17

In her critically acclaimed opera, Amy Stebbins, AM’14, tackles the timeless problem of war.

Winter/17

Robin Hunicke, AB’95, designs video games for the soul.

01.13.2017

The renowned novelist discusses her fifth novel, Swing Time, with assistant professor Vu Tran.

01.04.2017

Eric Thurm, AB’14, serves up a wine-and-spirited lecture series.

12.21.2016

Feminist film theorist Laura Mulvey honors Miriam Hansen with a look at Max Ophüls.

11.23.2016

For Sam Pluta, music is the ultimate computer game.

11.21.2016

Rae Gray, AB’14, plays an antimonarchist in love with a prince at Chicago Shakespeare Theater.
11.15.2016
How David Pickett, AB’07, built his dream career, brick by brick.
Fall/16

A scholar’s chance observation in an Italian museum helps solve an art history mystery.

Fall/16
As the new executive director of the National Book Foundation, Lisa Lucas, AB’01, wants to get America reading.