On May 7th, Greensboro College celebrated their class of 2022 during their commencement ceremony! Four of Greensboro College’s art majors graduated including Eric (Jonathan) Abney (BA), Destinee Allen (BA), Elizabeth Hawkins (BFA), and Jaylen Walker (BA)! Congratulations, guys! You have made Greensboro College proud and we can’t wait to see where life takes you! #OnePride
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Celebrating Maya Ying Lin: Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Asian Pacific American Heritage month is celebrated in May where we honor the histories of Americans from Asia and the Pacific islands of Melanesia, Polynesia, and Micronesia. According to Torchinsky, the legislation designated May as Asian Pacific American Heritage Month because of May 7th and May 10th. May 7th, 1843 is when the first JapaneseContinue reading “Celebrating Maya Ying Lin: Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month”
Art History Crossword: Answer Key
Happy Friday! Here is the answer key from Wednesday’s crossword!
Art History Crossword: Artists!
Enjoy the art history crossword I made using education.com! Answers will be posted Friday!
Weezer Stan Breaks Down “OK Human” Part 2 of 4
To continue with our saga, we must look at the next song on the album, “Numbers.” “Numbers” feels a lot like a classic Weezer ballad. The melody reminds me a lot of something that would come off of the Red album. The way Rivers shouts is in much resemblance of a Pinkerton song, but withoutContinue reading “Weezer Stan Breaks Down “OK Human” Part 2 of 4″
“Diving Into Planet Earth” by Jaylen Walker
Greensboro College senior, Jaylen Walker, put up his senior exhibition on April 19th, 2022 in the Anne Rudd Gaylon Gallery in the Cowan Building at Greensboro College. The show will be up until May 7th. “Diving Into Planet Earth” shows audiences that Jaylen Walker represents “the ecosystem using [his] own newly learned artistic skills andContinue reading ““Diving Into Planet Earth” by Jaylen Walker”
“Mind Your Manners” by Jonathan Abney
Greensboro College senior, Jonathan Abney, put up his senior exhibition on April 19th, 2022 in the Anne Rudd Gaylon Gallery at the Cowan building of Greensboro College. The show will be up until May 7th, 2022. The name “Mind Your Manners” stems from Abney’s love of alliteration and from the idea of “minding your manners”Continue reading ““Mind Your Manners” by Jonathan Abney”
Weezer Stan Breaks Down “OK Human” Part 1 of 4
On January 29th, 2021, the American rock band Weezer released their fourteenth album, “OK Human.” This album is hands down one of the best albums of our entire lives, and I am not just saying that as Weezer’s number one fan. So, I am gonna break down every song on the album along with theContinue reading “Weezer Stan Breaks Down “OK Human” Part 1 of 4”
Facing the Faceless: Anna Leporskaya’s Faceless Painting Ruined After Security Guard Draws Faces On It
Anna Leporskaya’s “Three Figures” painting was on display during an abstract art exhibition at the Yeltsin Center in Yekaterinburg, Russia. The painting is of three faceless figures that are positioned to be facing the viewers. The painting was ruined by a 60-year-old security guard on his first day on the job when he decided toContinue reading “Facing the Faceless: Anna Leporskaya’s Faceless Painting Ruined After Security Guard Draws Faces On It”
Artistically Speaking: What Makes “Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart” A Rift In The Wrong Direction?￼
Have you ever been REALLY good at something but then you start to feel that you’ll slowly lose the ability to do it? That’s a common issue with most artists or really anyone who creates consistently. But the magic is that there may not be thousands of others who think the same as you do.Continue reading “Artistically Speaking: What Makes “Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart” A Rift In The Wrong Direction?￼”