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Taylor seniors promote flourishing through art

Jeff Cramer, this one is for youBy Katie Pfotzer | Echo Metcalf’s main gallery is welcoming a new exhibit on Friday, March 1. The show is being put together by senior Art Ed and Pre Art Therapy majors and themed, “Vigeo.” What does “Vigeo” mean? “Basically it means to thrive,” […]

by · March 1, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
CoPro is Collaborate Programming.

Art Show ‘Meraki’

CoPro presents art galleryGrace Hooley | Echo Feb. 28 in the galleria of the library, CoPro (Collaborate Programming) presents the art show “Meraki.” “The title of the event is Meraki, which means ‘to do something with soul, creativity, or love; to put something of yourself into your work,’” senior and […]

by · February 22, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · Features
The “Half-Ass Sheep” explores ideas of duality and scripture

Riggleman Introduces the “Half-Ass Sheep”

Kandy Kote comes to campusBy Katie Pfotzer | Echo It was standing room only in the room in the basement of Metcalf. “Let’s talk real quietly because I have a hunch we’re in violation of about every fire code regulation there is,” Jonathan Bouw, co-chair of art department, said.   […]

by · February 15, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Students brave the cold for Coffee and Canvas event

A bright spot in winter white

Students brave the cold for coffee and canvas eventBy Alyssa Roat | Echo For those who braved the cold of J-Term, the Student Activities Council put together a night of art and music to brighten up the winter doldrums. According to junior J-Term Student Activities Council President Carlee Svec, Coffee […]

by · February 8, 2019 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Sophomore Leigh Sumner and Freshman Angela Loh show off their bowls before filling them with soup.

Empty Bowls raises money and awareness

Another Taylor World Outreach eventBy Ellie Tiemens | Staff Writer Chances are, if students are standing in a long line, it’s for a good reason. On Wednesday, Nov. 14, students stood in a line like this that stretched out the door of the Dining Commons. Why? For a bowl of […]

by · November 16, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times, Uncategorized
Students observe the apocalyptic group of illustrations in the art exhibit
(Photograph by Ben Williams)

Stitches of meaning found in the cornfields of Taylor

Professor and illustrator displays his artworkBy Chrysa Keenon | Echo A combination of acrylic and digital paintings, intentional thought put into every brushstroke. Such describes Professor of Art and Department Co-Chair Jonathan Bouw’s work in “Incident on Gaston Pike.” The pieces, which can be found in Metcalf Gallery, are unique […]

by · November 16, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Each enormous print is inspired by a foreign culture of the artist’s choosing
(Photograph by Ben Williams)

Ink, tractors and lawn rollers make artwork

Art class creates prints inspired by foreign culturesBy Emily Pawlowski | Echo Lawn rollers and art are not known to have much in common. But this semester, the relief and serigraphy class found a way to make the two overlap. Scattered throughout the student center and its surrounding lawn, art […]

by · November 16, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Junior Erica Bell won first prize in the OVC art contest. (Photograph provided by Jazmin Tuscani)

Learn the art of looking through the eyes of another

OVC art contest raises awarenessBy Elizabeth Hartmann | Echo Look and you will see the innocent, pleading eyes of children looking for love. Their voices speak through the artwork submitted to the Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) art contest which will be on display in the Larita Boren Campus Center until […]

by · November 9, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
(Graphic by Liam Brettenny)

Are video games are a waste of time or not?

Looking at video games as an art formBy Carson Jacobs | Contributor “You have five more minutes before I make you get off the Nintendo!” Almost any person who has invested time in the wonderful hobby of video games has heard this statement coming from their mother at one point or […]

by · October 5, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Steve Norman is ready to listen at ArtPrize this October.

Alumni takes risks with ‘The Preachers’

Steve Norman enters piece into ArtPrize Grace Hooley | Echo Each of us takes a risk in life, but ’95 graduate and pastor, Steve Norman, is taking a risk through his ArtPrize entry “The Preachers” starting Sept. 19 and finishing Oct. 7 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Norman’s interactive piece includes […]

by · September 14, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · Features