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Upcycling for a cause:  Students and faculty make old become new again
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Upcycling for a cause:  Students and faculty make old become new again

By Sarah Richards          Whether hanging from the walls or displayed on square white columns like a designer handbag boutique, art ranged from functional—such as lamps and tables—to decorative—such as wall art and sculpture—showing that one person’s junk was another person’s art.          The second annual Artistically Repurposed Art Show was held Friday, May 11, in the...

One’s trash, another’s treasure
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One’s trash, another’s treasure

Art students pair with Habitat for Humanity for art show fundraiser By Sarah Richards Upcycling is the new recycling, as the Pensacola State College art students showed at the “Artistically Repurposed” event, where they gathered “found objects” that would have otherwise contributed to the landfills, as well as items from the Habitat ReStore Thrift Store,...

Artist Spotlight
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Artist Spotlight

Life After Art with Elise Lampert By Sean Minton Everyone needs an outlet relating to their passions. Whether it is from writing poetry or interpretive dancing, expression into art helps those who are stressed about work or school enter a realm catered to their liking. For art major Elise Lampert, her outlet is through graphic...

Repaint history: Art Club back in business
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Repaint history: Art Club back in business

By Sean Minton Some students have an interest in art and major in it, but other non-major art students do not have the opportunity to experience and express their creative side. However, the Art Club provides time and an environment for anyone who wants to highlight their creative talents and take a break from reality....

Pick-a-bowl for Manna Food Bank
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Pick-a-bowl for Manna Food Bank

NICHOLAS ALFORD – The Corsair Pensacola State College’s art department teamed up with Manna Food Bank Friday, Nov 13 for a charity event deemed “Pick a Bowl for Manna.” Bowls made by students in the art program prior to the event were sold for $25 each with the proceeds going to Manna’s long standing motto to...