Campus Canvas

Campus Canvas Sept. 17

By – 3 days ago

As a Japanese major, I spent much of practicing during quarantine reading manga. I got through one series and a few other books. Then, I stumbled upon an anime called…

Campus Canvas Sept. 10

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Lena Stevens, Class of 2021 Black Grief Take time to feel every passing. Tangle yourself in empty sheets and  weep into pillows that wreak of jojoba and love lost. Feel…

Campus Canvas Sept. 3

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I seek complexity in the mundane. I am interested in the mass-produced everyday objects that look no more than one of a billion identicals and I believe they are more…

Campus Canvas: Feb. 27

By – 7 months ago

Emma Alexandrov ’21 | She/Her/Hers I’m kind of spooked by the idea of an “”artist’s statement”” but, I guess, for those who’re curious about what was going through my head…

Campus Canvas: Feb. 20

By – 7 months ago

Yenne Lee | She/Her/Hers | Adjunct Artist in Music A native of South Korea, Yenne Lee is a classical guitarist who enjoys playing other genre music as well. By arranging…

Campus Canvas: Feb. 13

By Tianyi (Frida) Jiang – 7 months ago

Tianyi (Frida) Jiang | Class of 2021| She/Her/Hers “In my paintings, I am hoping to explore ways to convey emotion through the usage of contrasting colors and in what ways…

Campus Canvas: Feb. 6

By – 8 months ago

Tommy Shenefield | He/Him/His | Class of 2023 In my drawings, I like to depict moments at the intersection of the mundane and the unusual. Characters are often straight-faced despite…

Campus Canvas: Dec. 5

By Leora Ballon Shlasko – 10 months ago

Leora Ballon Shlasko  She/Her/Hers | Class of 2022 | International Studies  What I like the most about photography and ceramics is that they allow me to approach the world with curiosity.…

Campus Canvas: Nov. 21

By Rachel Sipress – 10 months ago

Rachel Sipress They/Them | Class of 2021| Political Science Major For me, art is about the creative journey, the embodied process, more than the end object. I have synesthesia and…

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