Olga Khvan

Assistant Digital Editor

Olga Khvan is a graduate of Boston University, where after a brief stint on the pre-med track, she pursued a dual degree in print journalism and art history. Before becoming a contributor, she started at Boston as a digital intern and is also a former USA TODAY collegiate correspondent. She enjoys photography, art by Gustav Klimt, writing by Milan Kundera, and above all, a good show put on by the likes of Local Natives, Geographer, and The xx.

Olga Khvan'S latest stories

A 'Visual Biography' of Bob Dylan Is on View at the Van Ness

Created by Lesley Schiff, another artist who 'plugged in.'

Some Kind of Art Installation Is Unfolding on a Boston Skyscraper

John Hancock Tower—sorry, 200 Clarendon—is sporting a photorealistic mural.

60 Mass. Museums Are Offering Free Admission This Weekend

For 'Museum Day Live!'

Local Band Dirty Bangs Gets in on the Taylor Swift Cover Craze

Hear their take on a Father John Misty take on a Ryan Adams take on Tay-Tay.

Le Laboratoire Cambridge Explores "The Trouble with Jellyfish"

The exhibit features a hypoxia-simulation chamber, jellyfish-infused cupcakes, and more.

Who's Repping Massachusetts at the 2015 Emmy Awards?

Louis C.K. alone is nominated in seven categories this year.

Here's What to Expect from Kristen Kish's Return to Boston on 36 Hours

Plus: The New York Times has a revised itinerary for a weekend in our city.

The BPL Foundation Announces a New Executive Director

Lisa Bevilaqua comes with 18 years of experience at the Gardner, NEAQ, BMC, and MFA.

Here's What You Missed at Mindy Kaling's Chat with Atul Gawande

She's writing a movie—but 'it's not like a Star Wars spin-off or anything.'

Bureo Makes Skateboards from Recycled Fishing Nets

A Northeastern grad and two friends started the company to prevent ocean plastic pollution.