Singer/songwriter Gotye talks in a Tufts podcast about the electronic instruments he is bringing back from yesteryear
In a bonus Tufts podcast episode, singer-songwriter Gotye details his efforts to bring innovative lost musical instruments back to life
In a new book, A&S alum Geoff Edgers reveals how the hip-hop group’s 1986 take on “Walk This Way” changed the American musical landscape
A new book by Susan Napier, Goldthwaite Professor of Rhetoric and Japanese Studies, Department of International Literary and Cultural Studies, analyzes the Japanese anime director’s films—and his life
Humanistic inquiry can play a critical role in helping society, says Kamran Rastegar, new director of the Center for the Humanities at Tufts
Tufts University Art Galleries Awarded $75,000 Project Grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts
The grant is in support of the upcoming exhibition "Art for the Future: Artists Call and Transnational Solidarity in the 1980s."
"Joanne Greenbaum: Things We Said Today" is Included on Hyperallergic's List of Best Exhibitions of 2018
Joanne Greenbaum's solo exhibition at Tufts Art Galleries at the SMFA ran from January 23-April 7, 2018 and was curated by Director and Chief Curator Dina Deitsch.
The annual SMFA art sale, with wide-ranging works by new and established artists, takes place November 15-19
Alum Barbara Shapiro hit it big with her novel “The Art Forger,” and now she’s back with an art-obsessive tale from the 1920s
SMFA’s Jeannie Simms traveled to Italy to work with townspeople and new immigrants to create art and build collaboration