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Arts

News Coverage of Jesuit Music, Stage & Film, and Visual Arts

An annual tradition, the Jesuit Art Show returned the week of December 3rd. Featuring the art of sophomores through seniors, work from Art Appreciation, Drawing 1, and Art 2 were displayed on display boards in the breezeway between the cafeteria to the crossroads of the main building. Each class created different styles of art with every student presenting their work...
It’s that time of the year again, when tacky sweaters are the main choice of attire and Christmas music can be heard everywhere you go. Christmas music is the easiest way to spread joy and cheer during the season of giving, and that is exactly what the choir did on December 3rd. This is the fifth year that the...
Artist.  You can't spell artist without "i" and "start," appropriately so.  Physically starting the creative process of crafting art is the hardest part for an artist.  The vision. The preparation. The canvas.  These are all worthless without the first sketch, the first stroke, the first click, the starting points to creating masterpieces.  The only difference between a good artist...
Familiar with the glare of the bright lights, the pair of directors take the stage, their heads already playing back the melodies which are about to commence. The two part ways at the top of the stairs, one going to sit down, the other calmly pacing toward the podium, each knowing the next few minutes will prove if all the hours...
Walking through the Terry Center here at Jesuit, one sees the many political cartoon drawings dedicated to Bill De’Ore ’65. The exhibit started on November 7th and will continue until late January of the coming year. Following the 50th Anniversary of his Jesuit graduation, De’Ore has given back to Jesuit with his time and art, providing Jesuit with many watercolor pieces...
Do you find yourself unable to sit through a typical play lasting multiple hours? Is your attention span too short for these dragged out productions? If so, the Jesuit One Acts may be for you!   The Jesuit Theater Department recently completed the One Acts, one of their largest productions of the fall semester. The series of short, one act plays...
Every day, Jesuit students creatively find some way or another to dedicate their service to different communities, pledging service ranging from missions trips to education. Recently, sophomore Michael Boyson decided that he would use his musical talents to provide young children with a wonderful Christmas. As a violin player, Boyson hoped to accomplish this goal by playing in the New...
“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” In this proverb, Edgar Degas, a famous 18th century French artist, explains that the true beauty of art is found not in the visual appeal of a work, but rather in the messages it conveys or in the revelations it elicits. Art uniquely affects each individual who views...

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