Chicago Tribune quoting Karin Hendricks, College of Fine Arts “At some point in almost every Blackhawks home game, more than 20,000 people will stand, cheer and start singing nonsense…” Expert quote: “The chorus has a relatively small range and is also repetitive, making it both easy to sing and to remember.” View full article.
Today quoting Victor Coelho, College of Fine Arts “Get ready to see a piece of Boston that very few people know about…” Expert quote: “There’s a particular beauty about the way it looks now, in its state of peeling paints and floors that are broken.” View full article.
WBUR The ARTery by Jim Petosa, College of Fine Arts “‘Ambition’s debt is paid!’…” View full article.
Boston Herald quoting Lynne Allen, College of Fine Arts “Hundreds of people observe the intricate work of former Boston University sculpture student Kaylee Dougherty every day, but they probably don’t realize they’re seeing life-like art…” View full article.
Christian Science Monitor Victor Coelho, College of Fine Arts Sure, cockroaches are bad. But there may be one pest that’s loathed even more – the earworm… Expert quote: “I would hate to simplify the idea of the earworm,” Victor Coelho, chair of Boston University’s department of musicology, tells the Monitor in a phone interview. “These […]
WBUR “Radio Boston” Kirsten Greenidge, College of Fine Arts Imagine you’re 6 years old and listening to Donald Trump… Listen to audio of expert Kirsten Greenridge
Newton Tab Lynne Allen, College of Fine Arts The division between art and science is a social construct, according to Paula Apsell, a senior executive producer of WGBH’s award-winning “NOVA” series… View full article quoting expert Lynne Allen
Boston Globe (subscription required) Victor Coelho, College of Fine Arts Technology might seem antithetical for Renaissance musicologist Victor Coelho. But this lute player and early music scholar finds no discord in tuning for 16th and 17th century music scores with an iPad. A Boston University educator and performer, Coelho discussed integrating art with the latest […]
WBUR “The Artery” Michael Birenbaum Quintero, College of Fine Arts A couple of weeks ago, I invited a friend along as my plus-one to the first CRASHfest at the House of Blues in Boston on Jan. 24, a festival of Afropop, jazz, Latin, folk and rock music, hosted by the performing arts organization World Music/CRASHarts… […]
Wall Street Journal (subsscription required) Dushko Petrovich, College of Fine Arts For adjunct professor and artist Dushko Petrovich, long commutes between teaching assignments are a fact of life… Expert quote: “It’s quite lonely and quite alienating to be traveling so much, and in the case of adjuncts, they are sometimes second-class citizens within the university.” […]