Student Artist Profile

Natasha Beaudoin talks Greek mythology as inspiration for her subversive paintings

For many artists, historical representations are meaningful sources of inspiration for new work.Continue...

Short Story Contest Winner Natara Ng discusses loneliness in ‘Her Last Day’

Natara Ng, Kin ’23, won The Journal ’s Winter 2021 short story contest for “Her Last Day,” the subtle tale of a lonely man tending a garden with a twist: both the man and his plants are more than meets the eye.Continue...

Short Story: Her Last Day

I enter the backyard to begin my last day of work before the season is over.Continue...

Student artists during COVID-19: Mikki Barnett talks pandemic art

Death smells like roses.Continue...

Poetry contest winner Emily Clare talks 'Allies'

“There is no faith within words of abhorrence,” writes Emily Clare, ArtSci ’21, winner of The Journal ’s Winter 2021 poetry contest in her piece titled “Allies.”Continue...

‘How the West Was Won’: nana. talks new EP

Nana, CompSci ’21, worked on his new EP every day for six months.Continue...

‘You don’t want your baby to be ugly’: Sam Kaiser on success of new EP

Sam Kaiser , ArtSci ’22, released a single last November called “Good Things,” an apt title considering it skyrocketed to three times more streams on Spotify than his next most popular song.Continue...

Queen’s student launches artistic clay business

Cristina Foschia first discovered her love for artwork through her mother.Continue...

BFA student has high hopes for fourth year

The final year of university can be daunting for students, but for Alexa Bjerknes, it’s a time of hopefulness.Continue...

Jodie Sloan unites heartbreak and health for Project Red

For Jodie Sloan, ArtSci ’19, art isn’t just a lens for understanding heartbreak and trauma: it’s catharsis.Continue...

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