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Chase-ing Spain: Stroll Through Retiro and a Journey Through Art

Sydney Lawson, Lifestyle Editor January 26, 2022

¡Hola! After getting to know me through my introduction article, I hope you will join me for a deeper look into what I have been up to for the past few weeks. My main goal for this first month is to really...

This artwork is the first one seen when entering Hannah Evelyn Jones Love is a Gift that is Surely Handmade art exhibit. It is composed of seven different pieces that come together. They are titled, Split, Vessel, Vein, Joint, Pull, Push, and Strain.

“Love is a Gift that is Surely Handmaid:” An inspiring gallery about familial and self-love

Tegan Ruhl, Staff Writer January 25, 2022

The expression of love in creative outlets has been present for centuries in many cultures.  Students can now see the expression of love through one of their fellow student’s eyes.   The McCutchan...

Artist Kathrine Watts shows communication professor Lisa Verkamp an installation piece as part of her latest exhibition -rhiza Oct. 21, 2021. -rhiza is on display in the McCutchan Art Center from now until Dec. 10.

Alumna talks trash and makes mushrooms sing in latest art show

Josh Meredith, Chief photo editor November 4, 2021

  University alumna Katherine Watts spoke in the Performance Center Oct. 21, 2021, on her traveling art show “-rhiza,” an exhibition on the relationship between nature and humans.  “-riza”...

This piece titled “Ophelia” is a part of a series by Efroymson Bridge Year Fellow Livia Alexander called “The Shakespeare Suicides.” Alexanders show Mortal Flesh will be on display through March 15 at the McCutchan Art Center/Pace Galleries.

Exhibit captures mythology, reality

Emma Corry, Features Editor February 25, 2020

It took Livia Alexander her whole life to get to the level of painting she is at now. Alexander curated her “Mortal Flesh” exhibit as part of the Efroymson Bridge Year Fellowship which allows a...

Holli Nelson attends the 47th annual Juried Student Art Exhibition Sunday afternoon. Nelson stopped to admire Livia Alexanders piece titled My Mother: A Modern Venus. Nelson is the sister of student artist Kerri Nelson. “I love this piece of work,” Nelson said. “It gives attention to a fuller figure that normally only perfect women get.” Kerri Nelson is the artist of the piece “Three Hearts of a Sloth.“

Over 100 awards given at art show

Sarah Rogers, Opinion Editor April 6, 2017

Weaving her way through the sardine-packed bodies at the 47th annual Juried Student Art Exhibition, Claire Wright exited the awards ceremony. Convinced she would not win any awards on her photo, Wright...

Designer talks creative process

Designer talks creative process

Sarah Rogers, Opinion Editor March 15, 2017

Abigail Stanley Renda Morton clicked her computer and a picture of a mess of scribbles appeared on the screen. “This is how the creative process starts,” Morton said addressing her audience in Kleymeyer...

Not a ‘real’ fan

Sarah Rogers, Opinion Editor February 9, 2017

I am a poser. By society’s standards of what a true fan is supposed to be, I am a cheap cardboard imitation, trying hard to act enthused as others passionately talk about the latest “Grey’s Anatomy”...


‘Enthusiastic’ professor recognized by arts council

Gabi Wy, Features Editor August 17, 2016
Brakston Farrar said art professor Joan deJong doesn’t spoonfeed her students.
Jeanne Douthitt examines the quilt named Amish Sparkling Star at the Quilting in Community: A Celebration of a Southern Indiana Amish Tradition exhibit in the Pace Gallery on Sunday.

Quilts blanket Pace Gallery

Abigail Suddarth, Staff Writer February 5, 2016
Judy Laval Morton said the best place to store a quilt is on a bed.

’50 Shades of Clay’ open to public

Nick Leighty October 26, 2015

Beginning October 31 and ending December 18, the New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art will be hold an exhibition titled “50 Shades of Clay.” With the theme taken from “50 Shades of Grey,”...

A minor opinion on majors

Vanessa Roach October 7, 2015

by vanessa roach [email protected] Last week I witnessed a heated discussion on the ever-entertaining Yik Yak. The post in question claimed that unless you are biology, nursing or other “hard science”...

A day in the still life

Morgan Falconer September 22, 2015

A lot of misconceptions surround what exactly goes on with nude models in figure drawing courses. On a number of occasions people have expressed interest in the course to me, emphasizing their...

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