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PBS Newshour

Top 10 Media Stories of 2020

Colby Steps Into National Media Spotlight

Colby Symphony Orchestra virtual concert

Colby Ensembles Ready for Virtual Performance

The Department of Music takes its ensembles concerts typically scheduled for live performances on campus post-Thanksgiving online.

Alaleh Naderi ’21 pointing to painting on wall

Nameless No More

When curiosity is piqued, centuries-old secrets are revealed

Illustration of Aspen leaves by Leskiw

Reading the Trees

Dominick Leskiw hears the stories only an aspen can tell

Jacob Lawrence painting

Colby College Museum of Art Acquires Jacob Lawrence’s The Life of Toussaint L’Ouverture Print Series

Rare print series gifted by philanthropists Peter and Paula Lunder manifests the artistic and narrative power of one of the most important American artists of the 20th century

Future of the Arts

Q&A with Teresa McKinney, Diamond Family Director of the Arts

Gordon Center Aerial Overlay

Colby Begins to Lay Groundwork for Gordon Center for Creative and Performing Arts

Colby College began phase one of the new Gordon Center for Creative and Performing Arts project, planned to be built at the southern gateway to campus.

Sheehan-Book-Cover

These Pictures Tell a Story

What art history can teach us about race and racism in America

Book cover of Museums of World Religions, Orzech

Ranking Religions?

Charles Orzech finds that museums dedicated to showcasing the world’s faiths reveal their own history and biases

Award-winning artist, designer, and environmentalist Maya Lin.

Colby’s Lunder Institute Appoints Artist Maya Lin to Yearlong Fellowship

In acknowledgment of her achievements as an artist who has re-envisioned monuments and whose practice actively contributes to a deeper understanding of human impacts on the environment, the Lunder Institute for American Art at Colby College has appointed renowned artist Maya Lin as a senior fellow for the…