Ruby Sky Sparkles at the Walsh

When I was little I considered myself to be a celebrated female artist. Drawings of small, misshapen horses with suns in the corner were often hung on the side of the refrigerator, borderline pressed against...

Art Corner: Olivia Burke ’22

Cubist Portrait based on Picasso’s “Head of a Woman”, made using photographs of Luka’s face and photos of clothing found online, with added color and brush strokes Frames of an animation of...

The Arts at Fairfield are Alive and Well

There’s this feeling when sitting in a theatre with a performance just about to begin. The lights dim, the loud chattering lessens until all that’s left is that slight hum of silence as it bounces across...

Art During Times Like These

Sometimes art truly tells a story. You stand in one of those big, white galleries, in front of a piece you don’t fully understand, and feel as if it’s speaking directly to you. Like that scene in “Ferris...

Big Art in the Big Apple

New York City is a hub for the visual and performing arts, and it’s ever so conveniently only a 90 minute train ride from our campus. There are plenty of new and exciting art exhibits to see this year, for...

Cuban Artists Captivate Students

Often in a society that is as chaotic and revolutionary as Cuba, the focus of things like art and culture are pushed to the back burner in favor of the issue surrounding personal freedoms. You’re not really...

The Art Corner

This has been in my drafts forever, and I finally finished it. I don’t use a reference as often as I should, but I did for this one, and I think it improved it a...