Jayson Musson, the artist most famous for his Hennessy Youngman persona and videos, stopped by Haverford last Friday to talk about his artistic trajectory and his philosophy of art-making. To a full room of students, faculty and even a few parents, Musson shared his experience as a rapper in the group Plastic Little (who reportedly played a few shows at Haverford), his thoughts about art school, and his past and latest work. Musson was a compelling and thought-provoking speaker, the rare artist who seems to be solely driven by his own amusement and enjoyment of the craft.
The speech was sponsored by the James House board.
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