Month: April 2020

Senior Spotlight: Nana Cheon

Image of Nana Cheon leaning back in a chair against a blue background

Since working from home: “It has been productive and healing to be able to revisit old practices such as painting and drawing.”

Senior Spotlight: Selina Lee

Half length portrait of Selina Lee against a dark background

The images I study are the easy or obvious representation of socio-political differences, but by working with them, I can complicate their intake both materially and as an attitude interpersonally.

Senior Spotlight: Miranda Miller

Photograph of Miranda Miller in a denim patchwork jumper in front of her family stories quilt

I call myself a sculptor because someone once told me “everyone has a vague idea of what that means, but no one’s willing to ask.”

Senior Spotlight: Diane Lee

Black and white photograph of Diane Lee taken in a bathroom mirror

I work mostly in photography and visual narrative, but I think a lot about stories that can be told through the invisible.

Senior Spotlight: Hannah Kim

Photograph of Hannah Kim standing outside on a sunny day with a green lawn and trees behind her

I consider myself to be mostly a traditional animator. I am passionate about combining art and narrative to tell stories about human nature and cycles of suffering