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3 close up graphics of a hand painting with a paintbrush, sketching with pen, and forming clay into a bowl

Best art mediums for college students

Izzy Imran April 10, 2024
Based on pricing, messiness and space

Student enters rock reverie

Emma Mcfarlane November 29, 2023

I like art, I like crafts and I have a weird fondness for a painted rock I found on the Wissahickon trail during the covid-19 lockdown. So, on a Sunday in mid-October, I found myself on my way to “Rock...

When Art Speaks: Jack McCaul

When Art Speaks: Jack McCaul

Jack McCaul February 2, 2022

The art medium that I use is film photography. I primarily shoot 35mm film but every now and then, I will try my hand at 120mm film. I view my work as a collection of moments, places and people that...

When Art Speaks

When Art Speaks

Elizabeth Binder October 26, 2021

I have enjoyed painting and drawing since I was a little girl, and painting has become a big part of my life in recent years. Perhaps something awakened the creativity in me, or maybe I needed a release...

When art speaks

When art speaks

Will Haywood October 5, 2021

Art has always been a form of escape and expression. Whether it’s in drawing, painting, photography or graphic design, art has always served as my go-to way of escaping reality for a while and simultaneously...

Allen’s ceramics class works on making mugs. PHOTOS MITCHELL SHIELDS ’22/THE HAWK

Hands-on art classes adapt to COVID-19 restrictions

Devon Fitzpatrick April 20, 2021

Grace Coyle ’22 was taking Painting II last March when the world first locked down due to the coronavirus pandemic.  So much uncertainty left her feeling unmotivated, and she said her work started...

Students smash pumpkins at Black Student Union’s station. 

Hawktoberfest features fall-themed games, treats

The Hawk Staff October 6, 2020

On Oct. 2, Hawk Hill Productions (HHP) held its annual Hawktoberfest on Maguire Wolfington Lawn, featuring music, food, giveaways and fun fall activities for the St. Joe’s community.    In contrast...

The painting that Katie White ’17 created in a session with Jackie Newns (Photo by Katie White ’17).

Faith in watercolors 

Katie White October 30, 2017

Exploring art therapy and transformative prayer I had my first taste of art meditation while attending 4:16, a Jesuit retreat for upperclassmen St. Joe’s Campus Ministry runs once a semester. While...

Heidi Nam poses with her favorite piece in her exhibition Urban Fabric (Photo by Rose Weldon 19).

The “Urban Fabric” of Heidi Nam

Rose Weldon September 18, 2017

Multimedia artist's new collection now in Merion Hall. __________________________________________________________________________________ Every few months, students gracing the second floor of the Merion...

An artistic Q & A

Rose Weldon June 2, 2017

Art seniors Katherine Lord, Krista Jaworski and Colin Mallee on inspirations and style evolution How did you start making art in the first place? Katherine Lord: My family tells me and shows...

Danielle Zabielski, 17, focuses her artwork on the human body (Photos by Corinne Sinesi, 19).

A body of work

Corinne Sinesi April 10, 2017

Danielle Zabielski, '17, on painting nude portraits In a former fraternity house on Woodbine Avenue resides Danielle Zabielski, ’17, who has made an art den out of her small turquoise bedroom. Canvases...

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