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YAW Student Chooses Moore as Site for Her Girl Scout Gold Award Project

A new addition to Moore’s courtyard is the work of a Young Artists Workshop student who is on track to earn the highest...

AGA Graduating Senior Looks Forward to Working in the Gaming Industry

Animation fascinated Janeé Powers ‘18 from the time she was 8 years old. “I didn’t start drawing until then,” said...

Graphic Design Alumna's New Job is to Help You Find Your Way Around

If you’ve ever tried finding your way to a museum or a park in a new city that you’re visiting, you would appreciate...

Visionary Woman Scholar Uses Internship to Give Back to Her Community

“For a long time, I thought that survival was the best that I could hope for.” That’s what Justyne Kosinski ’19, a...

Junior Graphic Design Major Amanda Hutton Fits Business In With School Work

Amanda Hutton ’19 gets pretty excited when people enjoy her artwork. So much so that she has made it available to...

International Student May Nguyen Says Sewing Made Her Who She Is

Fashion Design major Minh ‘May’ Nguyen ’19 had no idea that her future art would be made with fabric, not pencils and...

Art Ed Major Morgan Prince Hopes to Transform Lives Through Art

Morgan Prince ‘18 believes art can change lives, especially the lives of those who have been affected by the prison...

‘Cold-Call’ Email Lands Internship for Fine Arts Major

What do you do when you really want to work with a specific artist? For Junior Fine Arts major Elizabeth Griffin, it...

TRAVEL FELLOWSHIP TO JAPAN HELPS FIND ANSWERS BY LOOKING TO THE PAST

Abigail Dangler ’18, a double major in Fine Arts and Curatorial Studies, traveled to Japan on the Sarah Peter Travel...

Joan Yoskin Needham '97: Art Provides New Opportunities in South Africa

by Joan Yoskin Needham '97 In 2006, a friend of mine asked me if I would be interested in volunteer teaching in...
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