24th annual fall cruise underway OCEAN CITY – The Holiday Weekend is accompanied by the 24th Annual Endless Summer Cruisin Auto Show. The four-day auto event kicked off Thursday and remains one of the busiest fall auto shows in the Eastern Region with hot rods, classics, customs and more. The headquarters of the event will …

Photo credit: Danielle Cruz By Danielle Cruz In the space of the York College student studio, one of the walls is lined with three works of art, two of which are in grayscale and another more colorful. Almost immediately, eyes are drawn to the most colorful of the three which represents a bouquet of flowers …

Photo: Kelly Sikkema So you are at university and you have decided to embark on an artistic career. And now? Selecting a study path can be difficult for anyone and requires careful consideration when considering your future career path. Fortunately, there is a wide variety of art specializations that cover almost any type of career …

Eva Hu ’18 (SFA), an international studio art major from Guangzhou, China, never forgets her home and her roots, and this passion shines through in every piece of art she worked on during her stay. at the University of Connecticut. She especially wants the flavor of her hometown to shine through as she works to …

Sam Wilson’s studio is almost a direct reflection of his paintings. Every corner of the space is covered with collectibles: key chains, figurines of various popes, art history books and old Nordstom mannequins covered in kitsch outfits. “I’m thinking of collage,” says Wilson, whose paintings feature portraits almost juxtaposed on top of each other in …

Landscape in motion, cinematographic visions of an uncertain futureKunsthaus GrazUntil October 26 The spectacular big blue gherkin that houses the Graz Modern Art Gallery hosts a major exhibition of environmental art or land art with “Landscape in motion, cinematic visions of an uncertain future”. The works in the exhibition are mainly films or videos with …

As part of her summer internship at the St. Louis Mercantile Library at UMSL, Brittany Taylor, graduate, assesses the condition of a mid-20th century engraving plate and corresponding print. Depicting the Bell Telephone Building in St. Louis, the engraving is one of the many works by Gustav Goetsch that Taylor helped make available through the …

Despite some uncertainties, Phoebe Little, a junior art student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, said she hopes to overcome obstacles and stay focused on graduating. Little said her global education and travels to India helped her progress as an artist and as an individual, but predicts that her life after graduation will be difficult and …

The Mac Weekly sat down with Anna Van Voorhis, senior art studio major, in one of the workshops of the new art building to talk about drawing, cycling, mobile homes and her journey in the art department of Macalester. Self-portrait by Anna Van Voorhis, major art studio, ’14 So, Anna, why don’t you tell me …

Each week, The Mac Weekly interviews a senior who specializes in an artistic field. This week, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Vincent Siegerink, a double major from an art and economics workshop. Vincent has had a multi-faceted career at Mac, which has included several major art projects. TMW: Where are you from? …

Each week, The Mac Weekly interviews a senior artist specializing in Macalester. This week, I had the pleasure of speaking with Lily Parmenter, major of Studio Art, whose dual passion for technology and creativity opened up a whole new artistic medium, marketable and skillful while preserving originality and allowing spectators to experience tangible emotions. . …

Over the past two years, the Arts Section has interviewed major arts students about their past, their art, and their hopes for the future. This year, most interviews were conducted by email. When given the list of questions that are usually given to interviewees, Jacob Rath ’13 wrote the following response. Instead of analyzing his …

There is a stigma that comes with tattoos. But it is slowly fading in today’s society. While some previous generations still did not readily accept and understand today’s cultural fascination with ‘getting ink’, the fact remains that tattoos are increasingly popular. socially accepted. Getting a tattoo is a way to express to the world who …

The Bachelor of Arts (BA) / Bachelor of Science (BS) in Fine Arts focuses on art and design within the context of a broad general study program. This degree provides a basis for the student; conceptualize, process, produce and critique art and design, place works of art and design understandably in their historical and stylistic …

Art major focuses on people with disabilities Senior Ioanna Philippou 2:44 p.m. Feb. 28, 2006 – It’s not uncommon for students to radically change plans – even with stiff penalties for crediting extra-curricular hours and activities. What’s unusual, however, is having this urge, making the change wholeheartedly, and then going back to fit it into …