With the debut of a new surrealist photography exhibit, Wegman’s Weimaraners now have to share space with their artistic ancestors at the Museum of Art. On September 6, the Bowdoin College Museum of Art opened “Making a Presence: F. Holland Day in Artistic History,” chronicling the life and work of Boston photographer Fred Holland Day.
Novelists Susan Choi and Young-ha Kim will come to Bowdoin next Monday for a panel discussion on Korean literature, moderated by Bruce Fulton '70, an associate professor of Asian studies at the University of British Columbia.
Writer Heidi Julavits will read excerpts from her newest novel, "The Vanishers," when her book tour for the work hits campus today
Four professional Maine-based poets will be coming to campus tomorrow and Sunday for the first two events of Bowdoin's annual Longfellow Days celebration.
The Bowdoin Film Society (BFS) will be showing four student-produced films at its annual 48 Hour Film Festival tomorrow night. Now in its fourth year, the 48-Hour Film Festival restricts students to what its name states: forty-eight hours to write, shoot, and edit a film.
The Departments of Music, Film Studies, and Theatre and Dance will be sponsoring the documentary, "In Good Time: The Piano Jazz of Marian McPartland," next Tuesday.
Last night beloved graduate and jazz prodigy, Ahmad Hassan Muhammad '10 graced Jack Magee's Pub. Ahmad Hassan Muhammad '10 approached the keyboard and by the time he and the Jaw Gems played their first song, the Pub was filled with a warm and friendly vibe.