Art

  For Eitan Barokas (17B), becoming a professional artist was far from his obvious postgraduate path. A student in Goizueta Business School with a double major in interdisciplinary (IDS) studies, Barokas began creating art in his spare time during his ...
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College Senior Bethany Studnicky is an Interdisciplinary Studies major with a concentration in Visual Culture and Integrated Visual Arts Co-major (IVAC) who grew up in Severna Park, Md. During her time at Emory, she started b.stud, a business that sells ...

Powerful ideas swept through Woodruff Health Sciences Administration Center on Feb. 27 at the sixth TEDxEmory event: The Beauty of Things Unseen. This conference brought together 12 speakers to share their stories with hundreds of audience members in the auditorium. ...

“I just want as many students to have access to the arts as possible,” said College sophomore Jenifer Norwalk, who is in the process of founding Art Awakens, an organization that aims to provide a creative outlet to individuals in ...

Art offers the unique opportunity to create something entirely new, often literally starting from a blank canvas. Artistic production is also a fairly forgiving process; the failure of early works in a particular time does not necessarily lead to the ...

  As college students at an elite university, we are undoubtedly busy with the many things that need to be done before tomorrow. We are overwhelmingly focused on these things that we have to do, professors we have to meet ...

While artistic ability isn’t for everyone, it won’t stop you from appreciating art. The High Museum of Art gave college students the opportunity to do just that on Saturday, Feb. 21 at the museum’s College Night. Not only were the ...

By Rupsha Basu News Editor Let me preface this by saying that this column is not about baseball. At least not really. It’s about fashion and, ultimately, art. As baseball fans take to their television screens to watch the next ...

Early in the afternoon on Sunday, an unexpected guest strolled onto the main stage of Governors Ball, a three-day music festival held on Randall’s Island in New York City from June 6-8. Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) took the mic and explained that even though New York is already the capital of ...