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Go to Southern’s art exhibit before it is FINITO!

Alexandra Scicchitano – Special to the Southern News Both Tracy Henri and Brian Thomas Morringiello have pieces up in the John Lyman Center for the Performing Arts for the monthly ongoing event FINITO! Art Exhibit. “I have nine works of art on display in Lyman,” said Henri, a senior in the Art Department with a concentration in printmaking. “Five which

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Art crawl opens as precursor to main event

Josh LaBella – General Assignment Reporter Earl Hall started its yearly art crawl on Wednesday, March 29 to showcase the beautiful work that gets made by Southern artists, said art Professor Mia Brownell.  “We have such fabulous undergraduate creative activity in Earl Hall,” said Brownell, “and we want the Southern community to come see our art.” Brownell said the main

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Jewelry major expresses interest in all art forms

Josh LaBella – General Assignment Reporter Nick Graham said he has a lot of interests. Throughout his life he said he has done oil painting, cooking, fashion, face painting, photography and jewelry making. A transferring sophomore, Graham said he came to Southern Connecticut State University because he felt the art program had better teachers and better courses. He said decided

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Sports management major hopes to inspire others with art

Lynandro Simmons – General Assignments Reporter Osaro Eromosele said that art has always been a form of escape and a way for people to express themselves. “I particularly love sculpting,” said Eromosele, a sophomore sports management major at Southern. Though Eromosele majors in sports management, he chose to minor in art because of the influence it had on him growing

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Senior ceramics major creates thought provoking work

Jessica Roginski – Online Editor Walking into Earl Hall, a large skeletal figure can be seen behind the glass of the right side display case. The sculpture stands with lifelike hips and vertebrae, contrasting with its seemingly youthful face and feet. The form stands tall and proud, but it’s face appears to hide expressions of longing or insecurity.   This

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