The Oracle

Trash to treasure

Andrea Lindner, Reporter

December 11, 2019

Creating sustainable art was the major focus of the Garbart event held on the third floor of Anderson on Dec. 4.  Students were invited to create collages using outdated magazines and newspapers, screenprint onto old t-shirts...

A closer look at the fires among the trees. The mural was constructed to give more public attention to the burning of the Amazon Rainforest, and its significance to the Earth.

Painting for a cause

December 11, 2019

Exploring the art of printmaking

Sol Doyscher, Reporter

November 30, 2019

Hamline’s Fine Arts program is home to many disciplines, but recently the studio arts program has been making use of Drew Fine Arts 103 in order to expand and explore the printmaking lab. Professor John-Mark Schlink of Ha...

Sexual politics in ceramics

Hanna Haglund, Reporter

April 29, 2015

Just off interstate 94 in Minneapolis hides the small, but talent-filled Northern Clay Center. March 13 through April 26, “Sexual Politics: Gender, Sexuality and Queerness in Contemporary Ceramics” was on display at the Clay Center. This ...

Music and art—combined!

Hanna Haglund, Reporter

March 25, 2015

In the main lobby of McNally Smith College of Music, there are busy students, sounds of instruments tuning and art and collaborative music adorning the walls. On Feb 24, 2015, McNally Smith launched the Art-Inspired Music Project...

Jason Travers speaks about his work, now being displayed at the Soeffker Gallery in Drew Fine Arts. Pictured here is

Traversing the Abstract

October 15, 2014

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