By Maiya Mahoney | firstname.lastname@example.org Half of a half-pint of the darkest beer on tap — Bob Hall did not drink often when he came into The Social Lounge, but when he did, that’s what he ordered. ‘Sneaking away to the…
Red Pineapple is a clothing store located in Downtown St. Augustine. Notorious for it’s vintage twist, Red Pineapple is focused on bringing more affordable, local and handmade products to the community.
For many years St. Augustine has been thriving with artists of all ages, each with their own unique style and form, but this community has never seen anything quite like Heather Aguilera.
Jacksonville-based graffiti artist Keith Haring’s Ghost was unmasked and arrested on Tuesday, March 18. Ghost has become known in recent months for illegally painting social and political messages on utility boxes throughout Jacksonville. He adopted the moniker of Keith Haring’s Ghost as tribute to the late Keith Haring, an artist who dealt with issues of love, race and gay rights.
Here at Flagler College tattoos are more than just a trend, but a way for students to express their personalities and share their pasts. In this article you may see your friends, your enemies, or people you do not know, but here are their stories written on skin.
Ryan Kunsch is doing something not many 23-year-olds are doing: he’s opening up his own brick and mortar store called Planet! Sarbez! on Anastasia Island.
Alexander McNutt’s home is filled to the brim with paintings, sculptures and art supplies. This fine arts major discusses where he draws his inspiration from, and where he sees himself after graduating from Flagler College.
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There’s a rather unique building next to Kenan Hall. I bet you knew that, but unless you’re an art student or the best friend of an art student, you probably haven’t been inside it.
By Charlotte Johnston | firstname.lastname@example.org
Flagler College junior Lauren Streett has been creating pieces of jewelry since her junior year of high school.
In 2007, Streett found herself short one elective to keep on track with her credits to graduate.
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The Student Juried Exhibition consisted of paintings, drawings, sculptures, photography and graphic design pieces.
On opening night, April 2, several attendees enjoyed viewing the variety of artwork by talented Flagler College students. The pieces were neatly and cohesively displayed around the gallery encouraging an interesting walk about the room.