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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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Students build connections in the art department

Adrianna Rochester – General Assignment Reporter The art department continues to make connections across campus to show everyone the skills and talents the art students have and to encourage non-art majors to explore Earl Hall. In the studio art rooms, Mia Brownell, a painting professor, teaches her students the step-by-step process of painting. She emphasizes the importance of getting the basic

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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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Folio invites students to showcase art at annual literature reading

Dylan Haviland – General Assignment Reporter  Jennie Ellis, a Southern Connecticut State University senior majoring in psychology and English, faced audience members lounging amongst cushioned couches and a rugged blue carpet.  “We sat and smoked cigarettes, one after another pretending they still tasted good.  Our fingertips glowed yellow and our breath caught on our Styrofoam tongues,” said Ellis, with a

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