Monday, September 21, 2020

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This past summer, Ms. Hunt-Blanc and the Jesuit Dallas Museum acquired seven new amazing pieces of art. These new acquisitions belong to a variety of artists and many different styles. Considering that seven brand new pieces were added to the Jesuit Museum this year, I will only be covering three of these pieces in this article. Ted Kincaid  The first of...
This year, the Jesuit Dallas Museum has been blessed with a very special piece of art from an anonymous donor. This piece named Gone but not Forgotten: Sha Sha 2017 by Sedrick Huckaby was originally supposed to be in the Smithsonian. Instead it was sent to Jesuit before being shipped to the Smithsonian for the "Kinship" exhibit in 2021. Background Sedrick...
On September 12th, the famous Bill DeOre exhibit opened in the Jesuit Dallas Museum. Bill DeOre graduated in 1965 from Jesuit. He has spent 34 years as an artist, art director, and most notably as an editorial and sports columnist and cartoonist for The Dallas Morning News. You can learn more about Bill DeOre in Connor Thomas '18 article that...
As most of the community prides itself, Jesuit Dallas is a museum, host to intricate art from a multitude of time periods. But not all of its art is professional work; Jesuit has recently showcased student-produced pop-up artwork in the hallways and at Art Quest last Friday, May 2. Pop-Up Artwork Pop-up: noun. a temporary art event, less formal than a...
A few weeks ago, as you walked into the info commons, several objects caught your eye: a few games, some house models, some statues, shields, tridents, Polyphemus, some mosaics, a bow, and a giant loom. What exactly are these for, you might ask? These are a few works done by Latin students for their Winter Project.   The Art Project The Winter...
This is a render I made after researching Disney's rendering technology. Unlike previous renders I've made, everything in the scene, including lights, the clouds, the ivy, and the glass lantern is drawn by the same shader. This is possible because of incredible work by scientists and artists for decades, and it makes my life much easier. Here's how. What is...
Pictures hang throughout the library, each portraying a splash of color that combines to paint an image. Silence fills the gap between the music the echo of footsteps as people observe and read the descriptive articles, each describing and celebrating a detail of one person, Gail Nogle. On September 21, 2018, the Jesuit Dallas Museum hosted an event to celebrate...
If I showed you a cartoon of cows holding signs that say “Eat Mor Chikin," what restaurant do you think about? Or if you heard the phrase “We’ll leave the light on for you,” what motel comes to mind? Have you ever stopped to wonder why you gravitate towards a particular product or service? We are all influenced by advertising....