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Mercer’s sophomore Faith Reagin said her love for art began when she was three. “I loved coloring books. I loved everything that had to do with it, ”Reagin said. “I have always been a creative person and have always enjoyed jotting things down.” Now, as a student, Reagin is a passionate participant in Mercer’s art …

“The passing of time is the one thing we all have in common, and yet few of us stop to contemplate it. Julia O’Bryan ’19 shared her take on time as “elusive commodity ”in the introduction to his senior gallery exhibit Southwestern last spring. His culmination of ceramic sculpture, designed and produced during his dedicated …

Memory can be a delicate thing, and sometimes what you think you remember can be completely different from real events. Sam Loeffler, an arts major, explores memory and PTSD during his final semester as a pottery student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Loeffler tells the Daily Nebraskan how they find inspiration, where their artistic journey …