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Lydia Martin recognized as one of the top art professors in Boston

Lydia Martin recognized as one of the top art professors in Boston

Brigitte Carreiro
October 8
Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Campus, Featured Stories

Lydia Martin, a fine arts professor at the New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University, is trailblazing through the art world Recently spotlighted by the Art Career Project as one of Boston’s top 15 art professors, Martin has done research in Paris, will work alongside her all-time...

PAO plans 40th Fall Fest celebration

PAO plans 40th Fall Fest celebration

October 8
Filed under Arts & Culture, Campus, Theater

By Maria Baluch Suffolk’s Performing Arts Office is busily preparing its 40th annual Fall Fest. Initially called Spring Fest, it was started 40 years ago by a sociology professor who was looking for a way to build a sense of community and bring everyone together using the arts. Through the years,...

Photojournalist Ken Martin shares experiences in Japan

Photojournalist Ken Martin shares experiences in Japan

Heather Rutherford
October 8
Filed under Arts & Culture, Campus

The lights dim in the Sawyer Library’s Poetry Center, the shades are drawn, and a serene photo of a Japanese bride is illuminated onto the projection screen. Photojournalist and professor at Suffolk University, Ken Martin, traveled to Japan this summer to attend the wedding of his friend Tsuyoshi Toya, and his wife, Kazumi Suzuki. The wedding was in Chiba City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan....

Adams Gallery hosts NESAD’s Do. Did. Done.

Adams Gallery hosts NESAD’s Do. Did. Done.

Haley Peabody
October 1
Filed under Campus, Featured Stories

Bathed in fluorescent lights and canary colored walls, Sargent Hall’s Adams Gallery is adorned with the various creations of its newest exhibit, “Do. Did. Done.”  The exhibit showcases the thesis pieces of the New England School of Art and Design masters of Arts in graphics program. From web...

Bishop’s brings family history to Beacon Hill

Bishop’s brings family history to Beacon Hill

September 24
Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Campus

By Jamin Buttafarro This week I had the pleasure of having lunch at the new Bishop’s Mediterranean Grill located on Staniford Street, just down the road from Donahue.  I arrived around 2:30 p.m., right at the end of a busy lunch rush.  The restaurant is very sleek and clean with booths around...

Weekly Event Blog: September 22-28th !!

September 22
Filed under Campus, InstaRam

Good Morning Suffolk Students! Here are some events going on this week; there are different auditions, info sessions, activities going on this week so hopefully you'll keep busy! Get out of bed & get off Netflix for the day...as hard as that is.  Comment for any questions :) Monday 9/22 3-4pm: Techies U...

PAO welcomes new year with a fresh performance lineup

PAO welcomes new year with a fresh performance lineup

September 17
Filed under Arts & Culture, Campus

By Jenna Collins Suffolk University’s Performing Arts Office, directed by Kristen Baker, is home to 13 different groups, offering programs for actors and actresses, dancers, singers, and techies. This year the PAO has many exciting events scheduled, including both annual and new performances. “We...

Acting Out gears up for 15th orientation

Acting Out gears up for 15th orientation

Haley Peabody
June 5
Filed under Arts & Culture, Campus

As incoming freshman and orientation leaders fill the Miller Residence Hall and orientation sessions begin, one student group has been working to put on a show for Suffolk’s summer community. Acting Out, Suffolk’s peer education theatre group, has been rehearsing for the past several weeks to perform...

PAO announces shows for upcoming year

PAO announces shows for upcoming year

June 5
Filed under Arts & Culture, Campus

By Annie Walsh Regardless of a Suffolk student's experience on stage or field of study, Suffolk University’s Performing Arts office provides opportunities in the arts for all members of Suffolk. PAO is the community arts center on campus, directed by Kristin Baker and Associate Director Kathy...

Venture magazine launch features farewell reflections alongside future hopes

Venture magazine launch features farewell reflections alongside future hopes

Ally Thibault
April 16
Filed under Arts & Culture, Campus

“Trust the poetic material in your own life,” English Professor George Kalogeris told student writers and artists gathered at Venture Literary and Arts Magazine’s launch party, April 10. As the featured speaker this year for the annual event, Kalogeris urged students to find their inner voices...

Alumni Magazine highlights the potential of Suffolk’s past

Will Senar
April 16
Filed under Arts & Culture, Campus

In a corner of the 11th floor of the Tremont building, one can see a couple of offices dedicated to a publication for Suffolk graduates and staff. After graduation, graduates should expect to receive copies of the Suffolk Alumni Magazine (SAM) in the months of June, October, and February. Every...

Suffolk alumna Brittany Baldi hits small time success

Suffolk alumna Brittany Baldi hits small time success

April 16
Filed under Arts & Culture, Campus

By Maria Baluch Brittany Baldassari, or more commonly known as Brittany Baldi, didn’t always imagine working in the entertainment industry. Majoring in sociology with a minor in psychology, Baldi graduated from Suffolk in 2011. “I wanted to be a forensic psychologist and I was so interested...

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