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Fragments, Data and Trains: How One Graduate Student Transforms Her Daily Commute into Art

By Kaitlin Hanrahan For most Philadelphians, a 24-minute morning commute on the SEPTA Regional Rail is just that: a...

Melanie McLeod: Teaching the Basics of Business

By Mellany Armstrong How do you teach business to art students? That’s what adjunct faculty member Melanie McLeod had...

Don't Eat These Doughnuts: Kate Leibrand's Whimsical Chalk Goes International

By Mellany Armstrong Pink, blue and yellow frosted doughnuts fill the baker’s racks at Twee Inc. in South...

Home Away From Home: Harlow Grey by Jamie Gordon Brust '03

By Mellany Armstrong If you’re looking for an escape, a staycation, or an oasis in a beautiful space located...

Kate Rohrer Creates Cool Spaces

By Mellany Armstrong Kate Rohrer ’05 can’t help herself when she stays at a hotel or eats in a new restaurant. The...

Graduate Student's Experience in Grief and Trauma Leads to Wellness Workshop

By Mellany Armstrong A red step-stool stands bright against a tall, white pedestal, beckoning one to peer down at...

Moore Student’s Railroad Track Light Sculpture Debuts at Site/Sound Festival

By Mellany Armstrong A Moore senior who works in the medical field will debut a light sculpture in her first major...

Photographs Help Memory for Photography & Digital Arts Senior Alison Drummond

The words “photographic memory” have a different meaning for Alison Drummond ’19. Photographs are sometimes the only...

Illustration Alum Davinica Nemtzow Combines Her Passions for Art and Plants

By Mellany Armstrong You may have to step lightly when visiting Davinica Nemtzow ’15 at home. Aloe vera, white bird...

AGA Faculty Snapshot: Kelli Williams

By Nicole Steinberg Kelli Williams found her passion for photography in the darkroom, but it didn’t end there. “I was...
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