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Photography by Amber Rose Kelly
Amber Rose Kelly

Chris: From the moment we are born, doctors ascribe us a gender by exclaiming, “It’s a boy!” or “It’s a girl!” and from then on we are expected to suit that role. However, social scientists today draw the line between sex and gender, and for good reason. Sex is purely biological... [more]

Image of Public Art 5
Levi Goldman
Image of inflated  staircase
Amy Boewer, "Untitled Stairs"
Clarissa De Jesus: February
Clarissa De Jesus

Title: February
Medium: Mokuhanga Relief Printmaking on Kozo Paper.
Year: 2021
Description: Created in February, I learned a lot about balance in my relationships this year. While thinking about the ways I show love in my life, I aimed to visually represent the value of... [more]

Connor Alexander
Connor Alexander

“Pillars”
Oil on canvas
A storm of glowing bluish green is disrupted by pillars forming a structure that withstand the flow.

Stephen Jones
Stephen Jones

Title: Upacara
Medium: Photography
Year: 2020

Upacara is a small project documenting the powerful spiritual connection the Balinese and the island itself are known for. For the Balinese, upacara, or ceremony, is treated as one of, if not the, most important aspect in... [more]

Racha Elsbach
Racha Elsbach

Title: Looking for Mom
Medium: Digital Photography
Year: 2020
Description: This image is inspired by the feeling of panic that I had as a kid when I realized I had wandered away from my parents in an unknown place.

crayon, pen, colored pencil
Lucinda Gold

Lucinda Gold

Lucinda Gold, “Where the Body isn’t a Burden“

I was listening to the social theorist Adam Curtis (the emotional ghistory of the modern world film maker) speak about art, and he seemed to feel like contemporary art is not trying to capture the feeling... [more]

Painting by Nicole Rudolph-Vallerga
Nicole Rudolph-Vallerga
Katie Wood

Katie Wood
“The Looking Glass”
Canon EOS Rebel T5i

Zoe Forsyth 
Zoe Forsyth 

Zoe Forsyth 
“Ritual Transgression”
Oil on canvas
Explores themes of: Vulnerability, power and surveillance. 

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