Friday, February 24, 2017

Exhibition Feature: “Disoriented”

Modeled after historically significant orientalist works of art, Arpie Shekoyan’s mixed-media collages aim to comment on the impacts and effects of orientalism in modern culture by reframing famous works in new settings. By making...

Exhibition Feature: FIND YOUR FOOTING a series of cityscapes

Upon entering Neda Kerendian’s exhibit, “FIND YOUR FOOTING a series of cityscapes,” one is struck by ethereal images of blurred city scenes that express the feeling of movement. The exhibition culminates in a mixed-media...

Exhibit Review: ArtOASIS Showcase at MCASD La Jolla

A new exhibit features artwork by soldiers to raise awareness of the psychological effects of battle. Event Date: May 14 Though approximately two million soldiers serve in the United States military, many citizens remain unaware of...

Every Dance Is the Last Dance

Is dance an unappreciated art form, and are we too plebeian to recognize it as such? I’ve never been able to appreciate dance as an art. Using dance to express emotion, beauty, life or whatever...

Banksy May Be Popular, But is He an Artist?

Banksy's art looks cool, but his anti-establishment commentaries are shallow For the month of October, noted street artist Banksy made New York City a sprawling art gallery, spreading his original pieces all across the five...

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A&E Staff’s 2017 Oscar Picks

Best Film: "Hell or High Water" Will Win: "La La Land" A lone car travels down a dusty road, endless fields sweeping out from both sides....

Interview With a Badminton Player: Ali Viettry

In a country where basketball and football dominate the headlines of most sports news outlets, it’s easy for lesser known sports to fall through...

Tell Me Your Story Installation

written by: Brittney Lu, InterVarsity Leader “What’s your name? Major? College? How can I take everything about you and throw it into a nine-digit...