Poetry by Mylesha Ramey.
“It came to me eventually, the image was a young rigid man sitting in a tub, slowly breaking, softening into malleability and becoming capable of change. I saw a strong vulnerability that I needed to illustrate with movement.” BFA dancer Tarren Johnson reflects on the choreographic process.
Science and religion can and should exist together. If both these “realms of wonder” can function cooperatively, then humankind will be able to achieve a more mature level of conscious understanding of themselves and the universe.
While it may seem paradoxical to advocate running six thousand miles away from Valencia as fast as you can to ‘make the best of’ one’s time here at CalArts, it is the most honest advice I can give.
My friend and I have a bet. He says you have a body enveloped in your mom’s abdomen. I say you are just a head and brain living off your mother’s organs. Who’s right?
Looking for that Dollar
Letter from the Editor
Vol. 1 No. 3
You know, I’d like to quit thinking of the present, like right now, as some minor insignificant preamble to something else.
A statement regarding the article written on The Sogo Takeover that appeared in The Eye on April 3, 2012, written by bandleader Greg Zilboorg.
Summary of security incidents on the CalArts campus between February 27, 2012 and April 2, 2012.
Our world has changed, and we need to change with it or sink into the ground under the weight of our own hopelessness. If the higher-ups can’t get us what we want, then we have to get what we need. The way to begin is easy.
Poetry by Peter Nichols.