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YoungArts Competition Unleashes Passion in Artists

YoungArts Competition Unleashes Passion in Artists

October 15, 2020

Art. A concept that is cherished around the world, stretching beyond the horizons of the creator, stroking...

SHIFTING EDUCATION: HOW THE SWITCH FROM IN-CLASSROOM TO DISTANCE LEARNING HAS AFFECTED US

May 14, 2020

Social distancing measures have shifted our daily habits to be primarily digitized—with education bein...

JASON ROBLERO BREAKS DOWN HIS MONOLOGUE

JASON ROBLERO BREAKS DOWN HIS MONOLOGUE

March 10, 2020

Theatre junior Jason Roblero explains the meaning and his interpretation of Chris Keller’s monologue i...

STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN LAKE WORTH'S 26TH ANNUAL STREET PAINTING FESTIVAL

STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN LAKE WORTH’S 26TH ANNUAL STREET PAINTING FESTIVAL

March 10, 2020

As 100,000 people crowd into downtown Lake Worth, artists prepare to display their art, chalk in han...

Wangechi Mutu’s piece, “Your Story, My curse,” hangs in the Norton Museum of Art.  Mutu, an African artist, used collage pieces, mylar paper, and glitter to construct her characters. “It’s pretty much all over the place, but I think that kind of speaks for her art,” theatre junior Mayah Bernstein said.  “A lot of her art reflects consumerism and… representation of African women in the media.”

STUDENTS CELEBRATE BLACK ARTISTS AT THE NORTON MUSEUM

February 28, 2020

“A lot of her work [includes] the figures [being] racially ambiguous [...] I also really find it int...

Students smile in school halls as digital sophomore Natalie Macadar takes their photo. Macadar’s film archive, displayed on Instagram, has provided her with a creative space to display her art. Taking film photos “feels more valuable, in a sense,” to Macadar, due to the time it takes for film to be developed. She captures moments of “cool things [she] see[s]”. The film rolls start blank, but later fill up with the memories that Macadar will discover with their development.

NATALIE MACADAR: THE FACE BEHIND THE FILM

February 19, 2020

Digital media sophomore Natalie Macadar looks like she belongs in one of her street fashion photo sho...

Piano sophomore Philip Ye

THE 88TH KEY

February 17, 2020

The audience’s chatter immediately died down to a hush as piano sophomore Ethan Zhu approached the grand ...

Piano junior Daniel Wang plays the first movement of Beethoven’s “Sonata No. 23 in F minor, Op. 57.” Journalist Peter Gutmann called this piece “one of the most compelling and significant” of Beethoven’s 32 sonatas.

“EVOLUTION” PIANO CONCERT TRANSPORTS AUDIENCE THROUGH TIME

February 5, 2020

The oldest music has inhabited countless halls and touched more ears than perhaps the loudest voices...

PREPPING THE PEP RALLY

PREPPING THE PEP RALLY

February 1, 2020

Since the moment results for the election were announced on May 1 of last year, the elected class pr...

THE ARTS 3,000 MILES AWAY

THE ARTS 3,000 MILES AWAY

January 28, 2020

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