The art of Soviet-era children’s literature shifted from experimental and avant-garde to a realistic, government-mandated style under Stalin.
Before her daughter arrived, a baby photo from the orphanage was the only thing the author had.
A look back at a more civil discourse, on a University-broadcast radio forerunner to Sunday morning talk shows.
Theaster Gates hopes to transform a neighborhood through art.
Alzheimer's has erased the stories behind Lou Fourcher's (PhD'71) images, but his photographs of a demolished West Side neighborhood have stirred memories in former residents.
Philip Schiller, AB'55, built one of the country's most comprehensive collections.
Volunteer projectionists at Doc Films try to keep an old technology from flickering out.