Don't waste the weekend with silly homework assignments! The Arts section tells you what you should be doing instead.
Seeing is believing. Nicole Hamilton '16 is awed by the intricacy and splendor of Illuminated: The Art of Sacred Books, on display at the Johnson Museum till December 23.
The new Design Museum's time capsule gets Arts and Entertainment Editor Daveen Koh '14 thinking about the future of museums.
The Johnson Museum's Age of Discontent: German Expressionist Works from a Private Collection follows the progression and triumphs of the influential movement, as Samantha Myers '15 recounts.
Through Virginia Woolf, the Johnson Museum, Noel Gallagher and the surprising bliss of circumnavigating flights, Daveen Koh '14 finds the beautiful, personal of idealism.
Brian Gordon '14 visits Fat Cakes and Myopic Void at the Johnson Museum.
At this week's Johnson exhibit, Lines of Control: Partition as a Productive Space, Julia Moser contemplates the implications of political borders on the populations' psyches.
The Johnson's new wing gives visitors access to a multitude of stored art.
Daveen Koh looks at the latest Johnson exhibit, which explores the darker side of religious iconography.