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PREVIEW: Spring theatre lineup blends social commentary with classics

PREVIEW: Spring theatre lineup blends social commentary with classics

Jude Noel and Josh Kelly

January 30, 2018


Filed under A&L Features, Arts & Life, Campus Arts, Featured Story

Whisking its audiences from New York City in the heart of the AIDS epidemic to the deck of a sailing ship and, eventually, to the tumultuous personal lives of a cast and crew putting on a Shakespeare production in the late ‘40s, SOTA’s lineup of spring shows promises a diverse range of settings, th...

Ceramics professor’s ‘Serenity’ a meditative ocean

Ceramics professor’s ‘Serenity’ a meditative ocean

Jude Noel, Arts & Life Editor

January 22, 2018


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Ripples of blue clay form an aqueous mane around the slight form of a face, pushing through the surface of the watery spiral. Raindrops shaped like ghostly humans fall headfirst into a floating sea of clear plastic. With the help of a lighting fixture, a tiny mountain casts the shadow of a body stre...

FE18 showcases SOTA faculty’s versatility

FE18 showcases SOTA faculty’s versatility

McKenzie Eskridge, Reporter

January 15, 2018


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“Surrender” depicts a woman on an old-style bike in a field blocked off by construction cones. The woman longs to ride into the landscape, but the white flag waving on the back of the bike signals that she will cede to the artificial barriers. While the general theme centers on forbidden access, the inspira...

Student’s witchy art finds online niche

Student’s witchy art finds online niche

Mackenzie Manley, Editor-in-Chief

November 16, 2017


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Graphic design student Marisa Kyle tilts her head to the side before dipping a brush into watercolor paint, dabbing an already-sketched profile of her friend. Yellow strokes become an autumnal sweater. Her brush moves from the page to the palette again, where she hovers over a russet brown that eventuall...

Pixar designer breathes life into “Coco” in Digitorium

Pixar designer breathes life into “Coco” in Digitorium

Sam Rosenstiel, Copy Editor

November 8, 2017


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Christian Hoffman, character supervisor at Pixar, shared film clips and concept art for the studio’s latest animated feature “Coco” in the Digitorium on Tuesday.

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Ana England’s ‘Kinship’ sculpts curiosity from ceramics

Ana England’s ‘Kinship’ sculpts curiosity from ceramics

Madeline Hearn, Contributor

September 30, 2017


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Ana England, a former NKU professor and acclaimed ceramics artist, is the subject of a solo exhibition at the Cincinnati Art Museum featuring pieces that span across 20 years. Primarily large, ceramic-based sculptures, her body of work melds elements of metal and wood together, scattering them throughout...

GALLERY: NKU Music Prep fuses community, education and musical experience

GALLERY: NKU Music Prep fuses community, education and musical experience

Cole Grecco, Arts & Life Editor

June 18, 2017


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Children line the stage of Greaves Hall. Their arms are raised and faces taut in concentration. One steps forward and sings before the rest lend their voices, joined by a slick piano.  Earlier in the day, young string players poured over their violins, cellos, violas and more; their hands in harmony a...

Professor brings bright future to the arts

Professor brings bright future to the arts

Sarah Clark, Reporter

April 11, 2016


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A School of the Arts professor won an award that will help bridge his passions of teaching and traveling.  Professor Daryl Harris recently accepted a grant to develop international relations and became a Fulbright scholar.Ken Jones, director of the School of the Arts, said no one is more deserving o...

Daryl Harris named a Fulbright Specialist

Cole Grecco, Reporter

March 23, 2016


Filed under Arts & Life, Campus Arts

An associate professor of performance art at NKU’s School of the Arts has been selected to be a part of the Fulbright Specialists program, according to a statement released by the university on March 23. Dr. Daryl Harris, who specializes in multicultural programming and connecting theatre with other di...

Meet indie-rock trio Orchards

Meet indie-rock trio Orchards

Michael Stegner, Contributor

September 21, 2015


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Last year at MidPoint Music Festival, Austin Tracey waited patiently at the side of the stage as the band Automagik finished their set. At the end, he approached the band to congratulate them for the amazing show, and explained that he had just recently started his own band called Orchards. “We owe everything t...

Victorfest II: Beach Bummin’ Recreational Style

Taylor Upchurch, Social Media Editor

August 17, 2015


Filed under Arts & Life, Campus Arts

With fall semester’s beginning looming just around the corner, there were multitudes of freshmen, also known as the class of 2019, that were livening up NKU’s campus including the freshly renovated recreation center.As part of the Victorfest II: Welcome Week, the Beach Party was held in the campu...

The power of ‘Les Miserables’ takes NKU’s mainstage

The power of ‘Les Miserables’ takes NKU’s mainstage

Carrie Crotzer, Managing Editor

February 19, 2015


Filed under Arts & Life, Campus Arts, Featured Story, Reviews

With power and presence, one of the largest casts Corbett Theatre has ever seen took the mainstage Feb. 18 in NKU’s latest production, “Les Miserables.” Director Ken Jones sticks with your standard approach to tell the tale of the social struggle and indifferences in the years after the Frenc...

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