Artist Development Fellows

What's so funny?

WuFinding her voice in the comedy mecca of Brooklyn meant Sabrina Wu '20 had to scrap some old material. Was it worth it? She – and the laughing audience – say yes.  

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For playing out loud

AnnaMusician Anna Lee '20 was caught by surprise when a child asked her ensemble a deeply philosophical question about artmaking. The question raised more than just an answer.    

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Room for new ideas

George Liu artVisual artist George Liu '20 dreamed of going to the Yale Norfolk School of Art for an artist residency this summer. He's now in a pre-Norfolk and post-Norfolk sensibility. What does post-Norfolk George look like? Read on. 

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Acting out

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

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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. 

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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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