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Pins and Needles

Tamar Ponte and Mahati Subramaniam | February 29, 2020

The rise in popularity of tattoos and piercings has spurred a new age of social acceptance which changes the way people express themselves.

Anti Art

Dunya Mostaghimi, Emma Stefanutti, and Atticus Scherer | February 29, 2020

The attributes of the Dadaist art movement were inspired by the chaos of the post WWI world, and are now reflected in the seemingly nonsensical art of the late 20th and early 21st century.

The Original Punk Rock

Alexa Gwyn | February 15, 2020

Jazz music’s place in the modern world is one of versatility. While it is widely believed that this art form is dying off, many are unaware of the influence this symbolic genre has had on various common music styles today.

Featured Artist: Amy Liu

Atticus Scherer and Alexa Gwyn | February 7, 2020

Amy Liu’s ice skating journey began almost 14 years ago in China. Her consistent determination and eagerness to succeed has allowed her to become one of the top skaters in the United States.

Featured Artist: Eva Salvatierra

Faith Chow and Isabella Moussavi | February 7, 2020

Living in such a fast-paced era, we can often lose ourselves amidst the chaos of our everyday lives. Poetry, however, can help slow down the frenetic tempo of life; it serves as a creative outlet, allowing people to express themselves and share their experiences with an appreciative audience. For Paly sophomore Eva Salvatierra, poetry encourages her to process her thoughts and emotions.  “I...

Inclusivity in Art

Isabella Moussavi and Ellen Chung | January 9, 2020

Awareness to inclusivity in art has increased through the creation of interactive pieces and exhibitions. This industry is becoming more accessible through art centers supporting the creative aspirations of artists with disabilities.

80s Revival

Zander Darby and Tamar Ponte | January 9, 2020

The 1980s was an electric decade known for its bold colors, oversized blazers and permed hair. The signature hairstyles, makeup and clothing have made a comeback with a twenty-first-century twist.

Art for Change

Ellen Chung and Lindsey McCormick | November 19, 2019

Paly artist Jennifer Wu strives to discover herself and her values through art, and change society’s beauty standards through fashion. From the beginning of her artistic journey, Wu has been honing her skills and discovering her personal style.