Studio arts sophomore Elisis Miller begins work on a final project for her Studio Arts class final. She has until the end of the semester to make 100 unique bowls. Miller feels as though “shaping clay is like shaping yourself from the inside out while pulling yourself into the bowl.” Along the way, she has discovered that each bowl creates a unique sound during its...
Hoang Thuc Linh, a well know Vietnamese singer, is releasing a Japanese cosmetic product in Vietnam in a few months. She came to Santa Fe University of Art and Design to shoot a commercial with on-campus film students
Global Perspective: CENTER’s International Photography Award Winners. This exhibition is in collaboration with the Marion Center for Photographic Arts and will open in the Atrium Gallery, 5-7 p.m., Thursday, Feb, 23.
Megan Ellsworth and Michaela Carter, freshman Contemporary Music Program majors, rehearse for their upcoming performance in the Open house prospective student show taking place Feb. 17, at 8 a.m. in the Forum.
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