The New(ish) Art Exhibit in Cowan!

Spring is here! And with the new season coming around and classes ending soon, there’s a lot to be excited about! Especially for our art department, as we’ve got an all new exhibit by the Director of the Galleries himself, Jim Langer. Properly titled “So, Shall we Dis/Stance?”, this quarantine-themed collection features works by artists fromContinue reading “The New(ish) Art Exhibit in Cowan!”

Monday Media Minute: Friday Night Funkin’ (2021)

Welcome to Monday Media Minute! A faster version of all my normal posts where I introduce you to a piece of media that I think everyone should enjoy, despite my terrible sense of society’s overall opinion. This week’s addition is Friday Night Funkin’! Friday Night Funkin’ is a fantastically funky looking game that pays homageContinue reading “Monday Media Minute: Friday Night Funkin’ (2021)”

Artist Spotlight: Jonathan Abney

The GC Art Column’s own Jonathan Abney was born and raised in Greensboro, North Carolina. He is a Greensboro College junior majoring in Art. He enjoys video games, YouTube, animations, and art. “Since 2nd grade, [art has] been something I’ve always enjoyed doing.” Stated Abney. “It started as something I did on the side ofContinue reading “Artist Spotlight: Jonathan Abney”

Artistically Speaking!

Hi! I’m Jonathan Abney! I’m an art major who writes for the website and I wanted to introduce you to my segment called Artistically Speaking. It goes over all sorts of media, television shows, video games, movies, and essentially anything that catches my eye. I wanna talk about how things work artistically in everyday lifeContinue reading “Artistically Speaking!”

Artistically Speaking: De Blob

Hey, so today I wanna talk about a video game that has been a part of my life since childhood and apparently everyone else’s too! Coming out originally in 2008, De blob is a platformer that has a small irregularly shaped blob (hence the name) that has the power to color the world that heContinue reading “Artistically Speaking: De Blob”