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Enchanting High Art Earns Recognition

Oscar Yohe Tapia is a finalist among thousands of entries from more than 60 countries in the High Art competition this year. He is a student in Illustration Professor Anthony Freda’s Advanced Pictorial Problem Solving class. Tapia’s entry started as a class … Continue reading

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Illustration students interpret a “culture of calamity”

Whether it be for the New York Times or for an illustration class, “legions of professional and amateur artists are trying their hand at political art right now,” says Illustration Prof. Anthony Freda. The impetus, whether good or bad: the turbulent presidency of … Continue reading

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If Lincoln’s assassination were only a cartoon…

Freshman Illustration major Jake Morse received accolades for a thought-provoking take on what happened at Ford’s Theatre. It was an assignment he worked on over President’s Day. “I did this piece for my Principles of Illustration class taught by Professor … Continue reading

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