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Film Review: Beautiful Losers

The film, Beautiful Losers, directed by Aaron Rose tells the story of a group of young, contemporary artists from across the nation with no formal art education who would later become the artists behind Alleged Gallery and many well-recognized commercial products. The title, Beautiful Losers comes from the shared feeling among the artists that they … Continue reading

Finale

Finale

“Finale: A Year of Work by Agnes Scott College Art Students” opens this Friday, April 15th, in the Dalton Art Gallery at 2:00 PM! This year’s show is particularly large and showcases around 100 students, according to Gallery Director Lisa Alembik. This exhibition, organized by Lisa Alembik and her “dream team “of student workers, shows … Continue reading

Artist Vik Muniz and the Film, Waste Land

Artist Vik Muniz and the Film, Waste Land

Recently at Agnes Scott College, Programming Board showed a film titled, Waste Land featuring sculptor turned photographer Vik Muniz. Muniz’s work has been shown at the MOMA and around the world, and he is mostly known for using unlikely materials , such as chocolate syrup, sugar, and garbage to create his works. Many of his … Continue reading

Sweet Sweet Everythings

Sweet Sweet Everythings

The event, “Sweet, Sweet Everythings: Performances, 3 minutes or less” took place in the Dalton Gallery at Agnes Scott College on February 14, 2011, Valentine’s Day. “Sweet, Sweet Everythings” was an open-mic experience that generated laughter, thought, and much applause. In fact, the first piece of the night, “Clapping” by artist Cecilia Kane was all … Continue reading

High Art for Everyone: A Rave Review

High Art for Everyone: A Rave Review

On Friday, February the 4th, three women from Agnes Scott College shadowed at The High Museum of Art: Cydnee Barrow (’14), Asha Boston (’14) and myself, Lola Clairmont (’13). The Career Counseling Office at ASC organized the event through their Career Observation Day Program. Our sponsor at The High Museum, Rhonda Matheison, planned individual opportunities … Continue reading