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Daylight

Daylight

Miscellany Editor

October 2, 2019

By Hope Noelle Walker Hope Noelle Walker is a double major in writing & linguistics and English with a minor in multimedia journalism. She’s an aspiring novelist. Like her photography page on Facebook @HopeNoellePhotography ...

Letters

Letters

Miscellany Editor

October 1, 2019

By Aminatta Mbow "Letters" is a digital art series created with different parts of letters to create unified typographic compositions. Aminatta Mbow is a Gambian-American graphic design student at Georgia Southern University. She is currently in her junior year, and exploring p...

Fancy in the Dark

Fancy in the Dark

Miscellany Editor

September 30, 2019

By Isis Mayfield Isis Mayfield is a 19 year old portrait & conceptual photographer who studies Business at Georgia Southern University. ...

Artist spotlight: Tykia Lumpkin

Artist spotlight: Tykia Lumpkin

Blakeley Bartee

September 27, 2019

Tykia Lumpkin, a junior biology major from Lilburn, Georgia, said she inherited her passion for art from her mother. When Lumpkin was young, her mother liked to draw pictures of her relatives, as well as sew, knit and crochet homemade crafts. This inspired her to start drawing from an early age. ...

Nine artsy events to attend in September and October

Nine artsy events to attend in September and October

Blakeley Bartee

September 9, 2019

Photo by Mick Miller Georgia Southern University has several events in arts, writing and theatre planned for September and October. Here are nine exhibitions, performances, presentations and readings in Statesboro and Savannah. The following information is from the GS event calendar and theat...

Defy the Truth

Defy the Truth

Miscellany Editor

September 9, 2019

By Jasmine Jones Jasmine Zenobia Jones is a senior studio art and animation student. She is an African-American artist pursuing a career in character design and concept art.  ...

Artist Spotlight: Zachery Noah Rahn

Artist Spotlight: Zachery Noah Rahn

Blakeley Bartee

August 28, 2019

Ever since he was a child reading the "Goosebumps" series, senior writing and linguistics major Zachery Noah Rahn has wanted to become an author. Today, Rahn particularly enjoys writing poetry, and his career aspirations include becoming a freelancer or an editor for an art magazine. He said he finds ...

MODERN MISH-MASH

MODERN MISH-MASH

Miscellany Editor

August 23, 2019

Collection by Tykia Lumpkin RINGSPhoto THE UNION OF SALT AND PEPPERPhoto HOMEPhoto SELF PORTRAITBlack and white acrylic paint Tykia Lumpkin is a 21-year-old African-American woman, and a junior at Georgia Southern University-Armstrong Campus. Her current major is Marine Biology; however, she plans on entering graduate...

Sapphire Samurai Super-soldiers

Sapphire Samurai Super-soldiers

Miscellany Editor

August 22, 2019

By John Lewis 2019. Pencil, pen-and-ink drawing on 15X17" Bristol board with digital colorization in Photoshop. John Lewis was a telecommunications and IT Project Management Professional for over twenty-five years, with Fortune 500 companies in Atlanta like IBM and AT&T. He returned to co...

Letter from the Miscellany editor

Letter from the Miscellany editor

Blakeley Bartee

August 21, 2019

Dear Georgia Southern University, Welcome back, Eagles! We're gearing up for another exciting year at The George-Anne Media Group, and I'm very much looking forward to working with creators on campus. I'm Blakeley Bartee, the Miscellany Editor for this semester. I previously served as the Edit...

Escapees

Escapees

Miscellany Editor

April 25, 2019

by Harry G. Dukes Everyone escapes to a comfortable place.A place where the mask is removedAnd one's true face is used.A place where what we like is alrightAnd not a silly sight.Freely having fun at the expense of no one. Harry Dukes really enjoys writing poetry and using rhyme scheme is somethi...

Paint Smudge 1

Paint Smudge 1

Miscellany Editor

April 22, 2019

by Alyssa Santana I’ve tried a multitude of different styles throughout the time I’ve practiced art, but keep getting pulled back to my fascination with realism. In this particular piece, I’ve attempted to duplicate a photo I took of a paint smudge, using mostly colored pencils. The irony ...

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