The Art Corner: The Bad(ly Drawn) Guy

"I remember catching “Scarface” on TV before the Spring semester. It was entirely in Spanish, but it was still understandable to me. It’s practically a cult classic gangster movie. Al Pacino played the...

Bellarmine Hall Welcomes French Art Exhibit

Jean-Honore Fragonard’s “The Swing,” one of the best-known pieces from the French Rococo period, speaks volumes for what we expect from French art. The sweet buttery elegance of the aristocratic French....

Informational Lecture with Dr. Scott Lacy

Walking into Bellarmine Hall, it was an entirely new environment. I had explored most of the Fairfield University campus, but never had a reason to go inside of this particular building before. Inside...

Art is for Meaning, Not a Pricetag

Notorious street-artist Banksy of Bristol shocked auctioneers at Sotheby’s on Oct. 5 when his painting shredded after it was sold for $1.4 million. Banksy, whose identity remains unknown, rose to fame in the...

The Art Corner: Robles

“You can’t understand this if you don’t go to Fairfield University.” – Brandon Robles ‘22 Do you want your art to be featured in the Art Corner? Please e-mail your drawing, photograph, or...