Articles by: Terrence O'Connor

Neo-avant-garde explored

Sponsored by this fall’s Human/Nature Arts and Humanities Lab, Associate Professor of Italian at the University of Arizona Beppe Cavatorta came to campus on Tuesday, November 3, 2015 to give a lecture on Italian poetry of the 1960s and 70s. After an introduction by Paul D. and Marilyn Paganucci Assistant Professor of Italian Language and Literature, Gianluca Rizzo, Cavatorta discussed […]

Aluna Francis of English electric music duo AlunaGeorge performs in Page Commons as part of SPB’s Fall Concert.

Emerging talent AlunaGeorge draws crowds at Fall Concert

This past Saturday, October 24, the Student Programming Board (SPB) invited English electronic music duo AlunaGeorge to come to campus as the headlining performer for the annual Fall Concert. Held in Page Commons, the concert saw a number of Colby students and members of the public alike, adjust their normal Saturday night plans to attend the show. While there, audience […]

What about our writers?

Arguably one of the most exciting parts of being a studio art major at Colby is the prospect of eventually showing one’s work in the annual Senior Art Exhibition, which—for those who aren’t familiar—hangs in the museum at the end of every school year. It is a show that celebrates the countless hours of work every studio art major has […]

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Artist Peter Soriano on his new Museum installation

Artist Peter Soriano on his new Museum installation

This year the Colby College Museum of Art will be formally opening its doors to the public on Thursday, September 24, 2015, at the annual Fall Open House. A large part of what makes the night so exciting is that it will be the first occasion to view one of the newest additions to the Museum’s collection. The artwork in […]

Senior artist profile series: Jonah Belk ’15

Senior artist profile series: Jonah Belk ’15

Each year in May, The Colby Museum of Art hosts the Senior Art Show, an exhibition featuring works by senior students ranging in a variety of mediums, including photography, sculpture, printmaking and painting. In the weeks leading up to the opening, the Echo has featured each artist, showcasing their work and speaking to them about their personal inspirations and processes. […]