Hamilton College's Burke Library presents Apple & Quill: Creative Arts at Burke, an innovative series focusing on creative writing, music, and the visual arts. With support from Hamilton's Digital Humanities Initiative (DHi) and Audiovisual Services, the series is recorded and archived for future teaching and research opportunities. The spring 2014 lineup showcased Hamilton's book arts collection, and included a series of book arts themed events.
Former editor of the poetics journal P-Queue, and founder of the book series QUEUE, Dr. Andrew Rippeon is a poet, letterpress printer, and independent scholar researching twentieth and twenty-first century poetry and poetics.
Chris Fritton is the Studio Director at the Western New York Book Arts Center. He holds a BA in Philosophy (1998), a BA in Poetics (2000), and a BA in Art History (2010) from SUNY at Buffalo, as well as an MA in Poetics from the University of Maine at Orono (2005).
Hamilton College presents the Forum for Image and Language in Motion (FILM) Sunday Series, Fall 2013. All events are free and the public is cordially invited. Events are presented in the Bradford Auditorium in the Kirner-Johnson building at 2:00 on Sunday afternoons (except when otherwise indicated).
Peeping Tom tells the story of Mark Lewis, whose passion for photography is gruesomely linked to the murders of several young women. Peeping Tom has much in common with Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho: both films were released in the summer of 1960, both are clever psychological portraits of creepy young men, and both play with the expectations of their audiences.