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  • Dance Crew performs at The Night on Haunted Hill.

    Art in Action: Hopkins Clubs Bring Performances to the Hill

    Rose Robertson ‘24
    The Hopkins art scene has been bustling as the thick of winter approaches, and clubs have been essential in involving the student body in artistic projects
  • Sommer performs as the Sugar Plum Ferry in her dance studio’s production of The Nutcracker.

    Artist of the Issue: Zoe Sommer

    Shriya Sakalkale ’24 and Liliana Dumas ’26
    Trained in the styles of ballet, pointe, and modern, Zoe Sommer ’23 has been dancing since the age of two, and it has been an integral part of her life ever since.
     
  • Louis XIX by Ian Clark, Science Teacher

    December in Keator Gallery: Reigning Cats and Dogs

    Daniela Rodriguez-Larrain Fernandez ‘23
  • Kyle Shin ’20 and Alex Zhang ’19 performing in the 2017  Winter Concert.

    Hopkins Welcomes Winter With Annual Concert

    Sarvin Bhagwagar’24
    The holidays are near, and it is time to sing the carols and play musical pieces. For members of the Hopkins community, the holidays kicked off with the annual Winter Concert.
  • A portrait of Eiress Hammond.

    MINIPNG: New York Cool Has Arrived in New Haven

    Amalia Tuchmann ‘23
    On September 29, MINIPNG opened its doors at 77 Audubon Street, bringing with it reconstructed fashion and
    groovy home decor that would fit right in on the Lower East Side.
  • Amanda Wang ‘23 performs at last year’s Night on the Haunted Hill.

    Artist of the Issue: Amanda Wang

    Daniela Rodriguez-Larrain Fernandez ‘23
    Amanda Wang ’23 is a truly multifaceted artist. Whether playing the violin in the Hopkins Orchestra, singing in Triple Trio, or writing poetry in her spare time, Wang has incorporated several art forms into her everyday life. 
  • The cast of the 2021 Haunted House.

    HDA’s Haunted House: An Evening of Spookiness

    Shriya Sakalkale ’24 and Sarvin Bhagwagar ’24
    The Hopkins Drama Association (HDA) is working harder than ever to revamp the annual Haunted House.
  • Neighborhood youth helping out with the mural.

    Tombaugh Aids Adae in New Mural

    Amalia Tuchmann ‘23
    Kwadwo Adae’s newest piece of New Haven street art sits on the corner of Sylvan Avenue and Stevens Street, where you will find Adae’s mural “Everyone Deserves to Come Home to Flowers.” This piece was created over the past summer, with assistance from Katherine Tombaugh ’24, who shared the details of what went into making the 45-by-45-foot mural.
     
  • Silas Webb '24 acting in rehearsals for The Chance of a Lifetime.

    Behind the Scenes with Abigail Murphy '23, Creator of the HDA Summer Show

    Daniela Rodriguez-Larrain '23 and Amalia Tuchmann '23
    While most Hopkins students were away from campus on their summer vacation, members of the Hopkins Drama Association (HDA) were busy producing the annual student-directed summer show.
  • The cast of Romeo & Juliet onstage for a party scene.

    A Shakespearean Success: HDA Presents Romeo & Juliet

    Rose Robertson’24 Arts Editor Shriya Sakalkale ‘24 Arts Editor
    Countless iterations of Romeo and Juliet have graced the stage since the sixteenth century, now including Hopkins Drama Association’s own production. On April 28, Hopkins premiered a modern take on Romeo & Juliet, directed by Drama teacher Mike Calderone.
  • Jeffery performs in church.

    Artist of the Issue: James Jeffery ‘22

    Daniela Rodriguez-Larrain Fernandez ’23 Arts Editor
    James Jeffery ’22 is the product of an upbringing surrounded by music. 
  • Loffredo and her partner dancing.

    Artist of the Issue: Julia Loffredo

    Rose Robertson '24 Assistant Arts Editor
    Julia Loffredo ’22 began dancing as a toddler, and dance has become an integral part of her life ever since. Currently, Loffredo studies at Westport’s Academy of Dance, where she takes eight dance classes.
  • Students work on painting a banner together.

    Student Art Comes to the Forefront of Climate Activism

    Amalia Tuchmann ’23 Lead Arts Editor Sarvin Bhagwager ’24 Assistant Arts Editor
    In honor of Earth Week 2022 (April 18-22), The Razor discussed the role of art in the climate crisis with youth from the Hopkins community and beyond.
  • A self-portrait by Makaio Toft ‘21.

    Women Alumni Share Their Art

    Shriya Sakalkale ‘24 Arts Editor
    Hopkins is home to a thriving arts community, with a diverse selection of art courses and organizations contributing to the education of countless young Hopkins students. In honor of Women’s History Month, The Razor had the unique opportunity to connect with alumnae who have gone on to work and study in art fields.
  • Remember Me by Mickalene Thomas.

    150 Years of Women at Yale: An Interview With the Curator

    Amalia Tuchmann '23 Assistant Arts Editor
    Arts recently had the opportunity to interview Lisa Hodermarsky, the Sutphin Family Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Yale University Art Gallery, about her work as the organizer of the recent exhibition, On the Basis of Art: 150 Years of Women at Yale. The exhibition ran from September 10, 2021 to January 9, 2022 and showcased work by Yale-trained women artists.
  • Joanna Lu ’22

    Artist of the Issue: Joanna Lu

    Anand Choudhary ’22 Lead Arts Editor
    After Joanna Lu ‘22 was encouraged at the age of five by her mom to pursue the piano, music became one of the most important aspects of her life.
  • Stephen Sondheim photographed for Vogue

    Hopkins Celebrates Stephen Sondheim

    Sophia Neilson '23 Arts Editor
    On November 26, 2021, American composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim passed away at the age of 91. Sondheim composed many well-known musicals such as Into the Woods, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, and Company. His death has impacted our community greatly.
  • Charcoal Landscape Study
Artist: Katherine Tombaugh ’24
Statement: “[This piece was] made to strengthen my skills in proportion, perspective, texture, and most importantly value. For the charcoal specifically, the process was definitely a challenge in terms of detail and texture due
to charcoal’s tendency to blur and smudge.”

    Visual Arts Showcase: Student Work from Fall Semester

    Rose Robertson '24 Assistant Arts Editor
    With Term I art classes coming to a close, The Razor collected submissions from Hopkins’ visual arts students. Even more student pieces are on display at therazoronline.com!
  • Schroth directs Concert Choir at 2021’s Spring Concert.

    A Winter Revival: Choir and Orchestra Concert Returns to the Hill

    Teddy Witt ’24 Campus Correspondent
    On Sunday, December 12, Hopkins’ musical ensembles hosted the Music of Winter Concert for the first time since 2019, in Hopkins’ own Walter Camp Athletic Center.
  • Chase Stevens-Scanlan

    Artist of the Issue: Chase Stevens-Scanlan

    Rose Robertson ’24 Assistant Arts Editor Anika Gurjar ’24 Campus Correspondent
    Hopkins fine artist Chase Stevens-Scanlan ’22 grew up in a family of scientifically-minded artists who nurtured her own artistic instincts. Her relationship with art has blossomed gradually; in her own words, Stevens-Scanlan “was just always into it.”
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