“I’ll always continue my art. I don’t think I’ll ever want to stop,” said Mariel Lindsey, a second-year architecture student at the University of Miami.
The end of every semester often leaves us reminiscing about more stress-free times, from formals to homecoming week to football games. Capturing these memories in a whimsical little bubble, protected from the chaos of finals, is not too far-fetched with a snow globe just at the end of your keyboard.
Catch a glimpse of internationally-acclaimed art with a waterfront view. The exhibit runs from Feb. 16 to 19.
Snapshots of the work of five female artists are on display at the annual showcase.
You scream … I scream … We all scream when we hear that the Museum of Ice Cream is opening up right here in Miami. If pink is your favorite color and whimsy is your preferred style, this museum is an absolute must-visit. “We love ice cream, let’s celebrate it,” Manish Vora said, co-founder of…
The fun event not only shed light on the entertainment publication but on the museum. Many came to partake in the hunt – some students came that had never even stepped into the museum before.
The first time the masks were displayed, the reaction was thumbs up and some thumbs down. This time, Professor Billie Grace Lynn is receiving death threats.
When fifth-year student Alexis McDonald took a photography class and got free rein to do a project on whatever she liked, she had one goal: to “take up space” as a black woman and to take something often criticized, demonized and politicized – black hair – and show its beauty. It was during this time…