Multidisciplinary artist, experimental filmmaker and writer Crystal Z Campbell has been named the Henry L. and Natalie E. Freund Teaching Fellow at the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts for the 2023-24 academic year.
Eleanor is born during a brilliant harvest moon. Moments after her birth, while she lies safely in her grandfather’s arms, he tells her, “No matter where we are, we will always share the moon.” And they do. As Eleanor grows, her grandpa teaches her to love the moon. Together they observe it in all its […]
Raven Maragh-Lloyd, an assistant professor of African and African American studies in Arts & Sciences, will serve as co-principal investigator for a $1.7 million grant investigating online influence campaigns.
Martin Riker directs the new publishing concentration in the Department of English in Arts & Sciences. Here, he talks about fear, imagination and delivering The Guest Lecture.
WashU students and faculty are cutting through the hype and grappling with artificial intelligence.
Molly Maginnis Tippe, BFA ’73, talks about what it’s like to be a costume designer for stage, film and TV.
Ron Himes, in Arts & Sciences, will receive the Visionary Trailblazer Award from the Association for Theatre in Higher Education during the group’s 2023 national conference.
“Urban Archaeology: Lost Buildings of St. Louis,” a new exhibition curated by WashU’s Michael Allen, will open Sept. 8 at the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts.
Eileen G’Sell, a senior lecturer for the College Writing Program in Arts & Sciences, has won a 2023 Rabkin Prize for visual arts journalism.
What is the meaning of “adventure” as we enter the third decade of the 21st century, after a global pandemic, social and geopolitical calamities, and accelerating environmental catastrophes? What stories are humans telling about wilderness, remote destinations, and the most difficult thoughts thinkable?