Fine Arts Center Displays Three New Exhibits

Lauren Kay Chiaradio On Oct. 12, the Salem College Art Department opened a new series of exhibits in the Fine Arts Center. The exhibits on display are “American Folk” and “Proof + Disappearance,” both of which display a variety of photographic styles and “The Butterfly Man,” a set of collages. Lisa Elmaleh has worked with […]

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Artists’ Reception Opens New Exhibits in the FAC

JULIA JENNINGS On Friday, Feb. 9, Salem hosted the first artists’ reception of the Spring semester in the Elberson Fine Arts Center. Two exhibits opened: Meredith Elder in the Velma Mason Davis Gallery, and an invitational throughout the Mary Davis Holt Gallery. The Invitational Exhibition brings together women printmakers currently active in the Winston-Salem community. […]

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Incunabula Welcomes New Editor-in-Chief

By Emily Ramser Senior Kayla Conway has taken over as Incunabula Editor-in-Chief for the 2016-2017 school year. Conway, last year’s Assistant Editor, took the place of senior Emily Ramser, the previous Editor-in-Chief, in late May. Ramser handed over the position following her decision to graduate early in December 2016 rather than May 2017. Ramser picked […]

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Student Illustrates Poetry Chapbook

By Eva Andrews     This semester, Sara Tolbert has illustrated a poetry chapbook, Uhaul: A Collection of Lesbian Love Poems, written by Emily Ramser. The chapbook was inspired by Ramser’s experiences with Tinder last summer and her relationships with women. Ramser reached out to Tolbert to illustrate the book during the fall semester. The two worked […]

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Fleer Student’s Fairy Tale of a Senior Show

By Emily Ramser     Salem College is exhibiting work from graduating seniors Danny Ekstrand and Sara Lee Tolbert. The exhibition opening reception will be on Friday May 6 from 6-8pm and will be shown at the Elberson Fine Arts Center from May 6 through May 21.     Two graduating seniors, Danny Erkstrand and Sara Lee Tolbert, are […]

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Senior Creates Safe Space for Art, Writing, and Studying

By Emily Ramser    On Mondays and Thursdays from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m. the student meeting rooms are filled with students drawing, writing, and studying as a part of senior Julie Parker’s “Art Study Hours.”    Parker created Art Study Hours as a part of her Not-for-Profit class this fall. She was tasked with creating a […]

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Gallery Hop: What is it?

By Claire Smithers Photos by Claire Smithers     It is that time of year again when returning college students get back into the rhythms of Winston-Salem traditions. The people of Winston-Salem gather in the heart of downtown every first Friday of the month while the city barricades off the Arts District for its monthly “gallery hop.” […]

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Seussical The Musical: A Preview!

Each year, Salem College’s Pierrettes put on two productions: the fall play and the spring musical. This year the spring musical is Seussical The Musical, a play which incorporates many of Dr. Seuss’s famous children’s tales. The play is written by Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens. It first debuted on Broadway in 2000 and has […]

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Zines! Zines! Zines!

Over the summer Junior Sara Tolbert created her own zine. She drew, produced, printed, and distributed it all by herself, which took a lot of time. In fact, she says it took her almost the entire summer. However, even though the project took up so much of Tolbert’s time, she does not regret it. It […]

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