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Student finds relief in making wire art

Kaitlyn Regan – Special to the Southern News Justin Farmer, political science and biology major, said art is a way for him to release his body’s tension. Farmer said he has Tourette Syndrome and in order to release tension, his body will do different things. “I’ll say nonsensical words; I’ll make weird movements,” he said. “I’ll also curse. I have mechanical tics,

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Juliana DiMascia explores art through sculpting

Dylan Haviland – Managing Editor Juliana DiMascia, a junior psychology major, was cutting away at a white clay skull in ceramics sculpture. With meticulous care, she used her X-Acto knife to carve fine lines into the sculpture to slowly shape it into her desired image. “I just like to make make 3-D things, there is something tangible,” said DiMascia. Her

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“Channelings and Portals” by Artist Daniel Eugene Debuts in Lyman

Emine Demir – General Assignments Reporter There is no dogma or rules when creating art, said Connecticut born and raised artist, Daniel Eugene. On Saturday, September 10th 2016, Eugene had a reception at the Lyman Center called “Channelings and Portals.” Eugene said he began creating art at a young age during class in high school. “It began as doodling in

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Earl Hall Showcases Students Artwork

Emine G. Demir– Earl Hall Showcase Art department secretary Jackie Defrancesco said that Earl Hall’s showcase is a great way for students to put their name out there. “The showcase gets everyone else’s creativity flowing,” said Defrancesco, “giving others an idea.” Earl Hall is home to the art department and has two showcases on the first floor. The showcase displays

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Buley art gallery to provide new exhibits

Max Bickley – General Assignment Reporter Just earlier this year SCSU was finally able to hold the grand opening for the new Buley library on campus. As well, students were also able to go to the basement level and explore a new art gallery. Its premier exhibit followed many of the university’s art exhibitions which commemorated the 100th anniversary of the

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Kehler Liddell Gallery in New Haven showcases paintings and photographs

Dylan Haviland – General Assignment Reporter  The two different artist’s work flowed beautifully together.  Though they varied in appearance, both of the art pieces harmoniously captured peaceful scenes. On the wall hung Frank Bruckmann’s “Shrimp Bisque,” an impressionistic oil painting showing an intimate and serene dinner scene with close ones.  The brushstrokes are prominent in the painting, giving the piece

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