Philadelphia Inquirer article on a recent collaborative public art project by adjunct professor, Marta Sanchez, MFA:

https://www.philly.com/real-estate/housing/casa-indiana-hace-affordable-senior-housing-development-fairhill-north-philadelphia-conrail-heroin-encampment-20190516.html

SJU art major accepted into the US Attorney's Office Internship Program (Summer 2019):

Art major, Rowan Sullivan '21, will be interning for the United States Attorney's Office - Eastern District of Pennsylvania during the summer of 2019. The Public Affairs Internship Rowan will complete includes responsibilities such as:

- Curating and archiving press clips, press releases, and media advisories
- Assisting with interviews and press conferences, editing press releases on a
variety of topics
During this internship, Rowan will also spend some days shadowing K.T. Newton. He is the Assistant United States Attorney and prosecutor working with the Philadelphia-based FBI Art Crime Team agents, and also prosecutes financial crimes and large scale drug trafficking rings.

Anissa Wilson ’20 on curating and creating art

A black and white photo looking up through a storm cellar ventilation chimney.

Scattered Pictures Depict 'Shelter' at SJU Gallery
Thursday, February 28, 2019
A new photography installation at the SJU Gallery explores complex emotions through the lens of storm cellars in Oklahoma.

 

A watercolor of the Eiffel TowerA 'Beautiful Mess' Appears in SJU Gallery

Monday, November 5, 2018
Contemporary artist Ken Karlic refers to his watercolors as “Sophisticated Chaos,” where structured drawing gives way to an expressive painting – a beautiful mess.

 

“Inspired by Susan”

Saying goodbye when you don’t know how

St. Joe’s art department loses faculty member

Up and coming artists

Passion for photography

Barnes gallery named

An artistic Q & A

Why we need the arts

Faith in watercolors 

The “Urban Fabric” of Heidi Nam

An artist’s return to nature

A body of work