“Light is life, light is energy, light speaks all languages and light connects people.” –Birgit Zander Berlin is a city made up of many wonders. By day, Berliners, travelers, and students explore the city streets with its numerous cozy cafes, fascinating shops, and beautiful parks. By night, the city is brought to life by chattering
“So come up to the lab and see what’s on the slab. I see you shiver with antici-(SAY IT!)-pation.” There is no way to describe a true Rocky Horror Picture Show or to ever forget it. This Halloween, ECLA of Bard’s film professor Matthias Hurst hosted a “Spooktacular” movie night for the students, consisting of
“You can understand nothing about art, particularly modern art, if you do not understand that imagination is a value in itself.” – Milan Kundera I was wandering through a small book store, browsing through the English book section for something I might like to pick up, when I came across a new edition of Emily
All through school my dad would reassure me that I was a “college person,” meaning that while maybe high school wasn’t the best, I would find whatever I was looking for in college. When I walked onto the ECLA of Bard campus, nearly empty—since I was a day early—I finally understood that he was right.
“The stage is a concrete physical place which asks to be filled, and to be given its own concrete language to speak.” – Antonin Artaud, The Theater and Its Double (1958) We arrive early to the Schaubühne as the sky grows to an evening shade of dark blue and the street lamps begin to brighten.