Category: Art

Hobbies and Phone Cases

by Angelina Chung, Art Staff With winter break, I now have ample time to relax and enjoy my hobbies. I could be watching TV shows, reading webtoons, making beaded rings, planning to bake cookies and all that fun stuff, but I decided to do something that I have been wanting to do for some time:…
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Pond Surveillance

by Parker Smith, Class of 2024 Doodling during class is more or less a tradition for me. I taught myself to draw in 4th grade social studies and haven’t stopped since. In this one (completed during an online lecture), I started with the fish in the middle and then worked outward, imagining that I was…
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Collage Collection

by Asya Azkin, Class of 2022 I create handmade collages using recycled magazines, most of them from the 60s and 70s. I have always been fascinated with the color schemes and photography styles of that era, as well as sustainability in general, so I combine these two concepts to create upcycled collages.

Nashville

by Julia Nahley, Art Staff Hey guys! My name is Julia Nahley and I am a senior double majoring in Studio Arts and Economics at VU. I am part of the art staff at TVR and have loved being involved in such a creative group of people that can celebrate the work of students passionate…
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Faces Lined with Love

By Amber Yun, Layout Editor They say that all it takes to fall in love is to look into someone’s eyes for four minutes straight.  I’m not much of a romantic, but I’ve tried Dr. Aran’s fast track to love on a few different occasions. Whether it was to satiate my cynical curiosity or actually…
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Art From Memory

by Catherine Sheehan, Art Editor If you know me well, you probably know that memory recall isn’t one of my strengths. Family trips, personal milestones, sentimental moments, and last night’s dinner are memories that I lose track of all too frequently. I’m not too sure why that is, but I’d like to think it’s because…
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Fun With A Magazine

By Emily Kopec, Editor in Chief More than I like actually reading, I like buying books. So here I am, recommending a book I haven’t actually read yet: Factories of Knowledge, Industries of Creativity by Gerald Raunig. In this book, Raunig draws parallels between factories and universities, asserting that the role of the university is…
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The Vanderbilt Review 2020/21