“Get In Loser, We’re Going to Broadway”

On April 30, 2004, America’s favorite movie about a clique of high school plastics was released. Starring Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert, and Amanda Seyfried, Mean Girls tells the story of Cady Herron (Lohan), a 16-year old who has just moved back to the United States with her parents and is thrust into the stereotypical high school setting that is stricken with cliques, social standards, drama, and the Queen of it all, Regina George (McAdams). However, an article written by Nadia Aror, author for GRAZIA, has revealed that this screenplay, written by Tina Fey, could soon find itself center stage on Broadway.

Aldana Zanetta’s (Sur) reality

You walk into your room. Instead of a window, you see eyes. Instead of a bed, you see a large tree with tangled up roots. It’s nothing unusual. Just you average room on a normal day. It’s not some mental disorder. It’s not some weird alternate reality. It’s what Aldana Zanetta sees and then later […]

Art Come to Life: Toys based off of Children’s Drawings

Do you have any younger siblings or cousins who love to draw? Many artists are creating toys based off of children’s artwork. One of the most popular artists doing this is Wendy Tsao, owner of Child’s Own Studio. Tsao was inspired to begin making toys from the softies art movement which started in Japan.  Softies […]

Sicily Wants Art Exhibit Returned

The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles is the current, if temporary home of a collection of artifacts from Sicily. The collection has been on tour throughout the world for an extended period of time, and now Sicily wants it back. Sicily wants their artifacts back for several reasons, the main one being tourism. […]

Kiss & Tell: Sleeping Beauty Art Exhibit

The National Art Museum of Ukraine is taking performance art to an interesting and strange new level with its “Sleeping Beauty” exhibit. The concept of the exhibition, which has been running since August 22nd and will continue through September 9th,  is the idea of artist, Taras Polataiko, who was inspired by the classic fairytale. Polataiko […]

The Wooden Wardrobe

Just looking at pictures of Fraser Smith’s work would cause you to think he was a clothing designer, but a closer look will reveal his amazing talent and eye for detail. The pieces Smith creates are made entirely of wood. Using a technique called trompe l’oeil Smith has created almost an entire wardrobe’s worth of […]

Color Me Pantone: The Humanae Project

Pantone is a company that claims to be “the world-renowned authority on color”.  The main idea of Pantone is to “identify, match, and communicate colors to solve the problems associated with producing accurate color matches in the graphic arts community”, as their website says. Brazilian artist, Angelica Dass, is putting Pantone’s color match system to […]

Desks in DC

  If you headed down to National Mall the past couple of days, you might have seen the 857 desks, representing the statistical 857 students who drop out of America’s High Schools every hour, every day, displayed not far from the base of the Washington Monument. This installation was part of the College Board’s latest […]

Fall In Love With the Slam

I’ll admit it, when I first heard about “Slam Poetry,” I scoffed. What had my generation come up with now, I thought? When I asked for a description of the art, I heard the words “rap,” “spoken word” and other similar vague things and was further confused. It took until I was seated in Austin’s […]