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Jazz in Siena

ItalyA visit to the jazz scene in Siena, Italy offers a view of music (and life) that is both expansive and intimate. 

By Guest Blogger Evan Vietorisz ’20... Read more about Jazz in Siena

Not my mother's Mexico City

Centro Historico of Mexico City PhotosOur Artist Development Fellow went to Mexico City to write documentary poetry about her mother's history. She found a way to blend the past with her own observations and insights about the magical metropolis.  

By Guest Blogger Daniela Muehleisen ’19


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Acting out

Enosa head shotEnosa Ogbeide '20 didn't think she could learn acting from an acting class. Then RADA changed the way she sees both theater and Shakespeare. 

By Guest Blogger Enosa Ogbeide '20... Read more about Acting out

The year in OFA arts!

hro1What an exciting year we've had at the Learning from Performers program and at the Office for the Arts. During the 2017-2018 school year, we presented and/or partnered with many offices, departments and divisions on exciting, engaging and interactive programs. It's exciting to think back on the year -- the artists we've met and the artists we hope we've nurtured among our students. Beatboxing, jazz, playwriting, musical theater, hip hop and so much more. We hope you enjoy this look back -- and we look forward to seeing you during the academic year 2018-2019. A special thanks and big congrats to the Class of 2018 -- and to the many student artists who attended, participated, performed, produced and discovered the arts through our programming. Make art!... Read more about The year in OFA arts!