Art

MFA Candidate Gary White Visually Archives the History of the “Southern Other” in Current Gallery 1010 Showcase

Written by Rose Hamm Edited by Ben Hurst Gary White is a second year MFA candidate in ceramics at the University of Tennessee. His art exhibition “The Unassumed Among Us” will be installed at UTK’s Gallery 1010 from March 19-21.…

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Frida Kahlo and “What the Water Gave Me”

Written by Josh Strange Edited by Ben Hurst Lately I have been taking a lot of baths. Feeling the warm water rinse my body as the white porcelain of the tub hugs me tightly is a kind of a therapy.…

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An Interview with Sarah Goldstein

Written by Victoria Mullins and Ben Hurst Sarah Goldstein, the artist whose piece “Eyeroll” will be the cover of the 2020-21 print issue, helps us all to remember that we have both lost and gained so many things in the…

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Defining the Undefinable: Artwork by Elisa Razak

Elisa Razak is a printmaker, graphic designer, and recent graduate of the University of Tennessee. According to her website, Elisa loves challenging herself, making honest work, and working on community driven design projects. You can find out more and view…

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UT MFA Candidate Quynh Lam Communicates Vietnamese Trauma, Decay in Her Practice

By Zoe Evans Edited by Collin Green    Nguyen Duc Diem Quynh, also known as Quynh Lam, is a first-year graduate student and Fulbright scholar here at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, studying Painting and Drawing for her MFA. Her…

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