2015 Painting Exhibition Cindy Hurt – Scott Parker Suzanne Perez – Andrew Stalder
By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Vintage Latino presents a hit-and-miss collection of music from various Latin American artists. With this album, jazzy and bawdy brass sounds run throughout giving the listener a fun and jovial vibe. And when it takes a couple moments to slow down the tempo, smooth classical guitars offer relief from the relentless […]
By Tabitha Redder/reporter In No Escape, a family’s journey to survive in an ambiguous unspecified Asian country was shot well but carries the weight of an achingly uncomfortable plot. The film stars Owen Wilson as Jack Dwyer, your average attractive white guy who drags his family from Austin to pursue an engineering job overseas. His […]
By Hope Sandusky/nw news editor The NW Arts Coalition has spent the past couple of weeks decorating an outdoor storage container.
By Rodrigo Valverde/reporter With its brilliant storytelling and stunning visual effects, Ex Machina proves that the smaller films are the ones to look out for and some of the most impactful.
By Lariza Moreno/reporter Little Boy is a sweet story of faith and hope that centers on the life of an innocent young boy.
Now-May 7 South’s Student Art Exhibition is in the Carillon Gallery 10 a.m.-4 p.m. through-Thursday or by appointment. For more information, contact art associate professor Kara English at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Hope Sandusky/nw news editor Movies about humans with mutations are not uncommon in the film industry. More often than not, they are products of mythical fantasy, freak accidents or some other unexplainable factor.
By Erin Ratigan/tr news editor After his success in The King’s Speech and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Colin Firth has proved himself capable of handling serious dramatic roles. While some viewers might be incapable of seeing him as anything other than Mr. Darcy from the 1995 adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, his performance in The […]