Samantha Tritt

<i>Eight Perfect Murders</i> Stops Just Short of Perfection

Eight Perfect Murders Stops Just Short of Perfection


Eight Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson follows Malcolm Kershaw, co-owner of a mystery bookshop in Boston known as Old Devils Bookstore. The story opens with a fictional disclaimer framing the book as a true story, as Malcolm talks directly to the reader, leading them through recent events. From the beginning, the reader gets the feeling…

Making Art Out of Sweets and Sentiments in Anna Katalkina’s <i>Candy and Mementos</i>

Making Art Out of Sweets and Sentiments in Anna Katalkina’s Candy and Mementos


On a particularly warm January afternoon, dozens of patrons arrived at Touchstone Gallery to attend the opening of Contemporary Still Life: Candy and Mementos by Anna Katalkina. Friends and strangers, closely examining the uniformly small paintings neatly lined along the white walls, slowly paced across Gallery B. These striking paintings offer no explanations other than…

Beauty and Hope in the Waste Land

Beauty and Hope in the Waste Land


Waste Land, a 2010 art documentary, played at the Maria & Alberto de la Cruz Art Gallery during a screening on Dec. 4. Directed by Lucy Walker, the documentary follows artist Vik Muniz and his efforts to create contemporary art out of materials found in the largest landfill in the world, Jardim Gramacho.  The film…

<i>Unlikely</i> and the Underlying Problem of Higher Education

Unlikely and the Underlying Problem of Higher Education


Unlikely (2019) follows five individuals from different parts of America and their second chances at a college education. Directed and produced by award-winning husband and wife filmmaking duo and, Jaye and Adam Fenderson along with their team, this feature documentary aims to showcase the inequality that plagues the American higher education system. The film highlights…

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