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The Met

The Met

Mirna Abushanab, Hawkeye Staff

May 6, 2019

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Met for short, is best known for hosting the Met Gala in the Upper East Side of New York City.  The Met is the largest mu­seum in the country (with three locations). With so much walking and stairs, it is important to visit the museum early in the day to ensure ...

Hamilton: Who is the real hero?

Hamilton: Who is the real hero?

Maggie Pollitt, Hawkeye Staff

May 6, 2019

“How does a bastard, orphan, son of a whore and a Scotsman, dropped in the middle of a forgotten spot in the Caribbean by providence, impoverished, in squalor, grow up to be a hero and a scholar?” “How does Hamilton, an arrogant, immigrant, orphan bastard, whoreson, somehow endorse Thoma...

Savor the surrealists this spring semester

Emma Oliver, Staff

February 27, 2019

If you are a fan of the arts or just want incredible photo-ops, take a trip to The Dali Museum and wit­ness their exhibition Mag­ritte & Dali. This is not a permanent exhibit, so it is a must see before it closes May 19. Walk through the giant red curtains to un­veil jaw-dropping master­pieces by ...

Laughs at the Improv

Laughs at the Improv

Yesenia Bustamnate, Staff

November 5, 2018

Down the historic streets of Ybor City is a small venue that has hosted many great comedians on their way to commercial stardom, and it is a comfortable, two story setting for attendees to get a good view of the entertainer, no matter where they sit. The Tampa Improv has become a well-established spot...

HCC galleries feature a Fountain of Pythons and Cutting Edge Fine Art

Madison Schleicher, Staff

October 3, 2018

A Florida-based photography collective is the first of the semester to be featured at the HCC art gallery in Ybor City. The collection was featured at the HCC Performing Arts Building, Aug. 20- Sept. 20. The collection of photographs and mixed media was organized by the photography collective Fountain...

P. Smith: Unfiltered @Gallery 221

P. Smith: Unfiltered @Gallery 221

May 1, 2018

People chattered with excitement at the Gallery 221 reception for Utopias by Mark Thomas Gibson, William Villalongo and Princess Smith: Unfiltered. It was clear to see from the moment you arrive that this exhibit reception was unlike any other before. The crowd filled in quickly and the air was abuzz...

Making art from pain

Making art from pain

Jason Turner, Staff

April 9, 2018

Some say the best art comes from painful experiences. If one were to watch many of the films screened at Sundance Film Festival 2018, one would believe the current filmmakers have taken this advice to heart. Films of all types and lengths are shown at Sundance. This year, a common theme in multiple...

Miss Julie: Swedish naturalism at HCC

Miss Julie: Swedish naturalism at HCC

Mathis Thoerrisen, Editor-in-Chief

May 17, 2017

  April 5-7 2017, the HCC Theater Department preformed their rendition of Miss Julie, written by Swedish naturalist, August Strindberg. Miss Julie is a tragedy that takes place at the mansion of a rich Swedish count the night and morning following midsummer’s eve.   Miss Julie, the...

Local artist featured at HCC Dale Mabry

Local artist featured at HCC Dale Mabry

Emma Richardson, Staff Writer

October 6, 2015

  Bay area artist, Michael Covello, brought his latest visual installation, Carry the Fire, to HCC. The vibrant 26’ X 7’ installation was unveiled on August 20, and plenty of opportunities still to go see it in person. Covello “created a wallbased, site-specific installation that brought painting...

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