Brooke Pearson and a group of her friends spend their Sunday nights hitting the books — the coloring books.
On Monday, Feb. 20, guest curator and JMU art history professor Laura Katzman unveiled the masterpieces housed within the gallery that will remain in Duke Hall until April 5.
Jorge Escobar and Nico Penaranda took a different spin on the “traditional” love story.
A female student walked into the room, confused by all of the deer heads hanging from the ceiling.
That’s where great art comes in, particularly in books, movies and music — elements that force us to think and feel about our current reality in ways that pulse multiple muscles and pathways in our brains.
“You live one life,” Hobson said. “So if you enjoy something or you think something will look good, a tattoo or whatever, you should get it.”
Lent is a common, annual practice among many Christians.
The primary reason for exhibiting these photographs of the Mardi Gras Indians was to show people who they are.
“For a lot of artists, painting illegally is a big adrenaline rush.”
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After pursuing federal work study for a job in the costume shop, largely because it paid more than any of the other jobs on campus, Lustig quickly discovered her passion.
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“Anything’s possible if you’ve got enough nerve,” reads one of Moon River Print Co.’s newer pieces, quoting J.K. Rowling. And the woman behind it all, Sydni Brawley, is proving it to be true with her business endeavors.
The exhibit opened on Oct. 19 as the art students of JMU invited renowned artist and collector John Foster to put his creative mind on showcase.