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Mace & Crown | June 28, 2017

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Pianos Hit the Streets of Norfolk

June 1, 2017 |

Elizabeth Proffitt | Contributing Writer

Lively piano music has filled Norfolk streets the past couple weeks thanks to British artist, Luke Jerram’s public art project, “Play Me, I’m Yours.” The citywide public art project encourages locals and tourists alike to give … Read More

Local Artist Uses Art to Ease Anxiety

May 10, 2017 |

Justin K. Thomas | Contributing Writer

The Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) estimates that nearly 15 million Americans adults suffer from Social Anxiety Disorder, the extreme fear of being scrutinized and judged by others in social or performance situations. … Read More

Toast Celebrates 100 Days of Trump With Photography Show

May 2, 2017 |

Vann Vitug | Contributing Writer

The 100th Day Photography show, a traveling, pop-up style exhibition features 68 photographs taken at protests and rallies around Washington D.C. and the Hampton area including the Inauguration March, the Immigration March, the Women’s March, the … Read More

‘.Skin’ by Nathan Croslin Brings Attention to Self Injury Awareness Month

March 17, 2017 |

Kelsey Walker | Arts & Entertainment Editor

Junior Nathan Croslin is no stranger to the camera. Using photography to capture reality in ways that others may not be able to clearly see, his latest series “.Skin” took on the task of … Read More

‘Public and Private: East Germany in Photographs’

March 13, 2017 |

Elizabeth Proffitt Contributing Writer

Hazy black and white photographs lined the walls of the “Public and Private: East Germany in Photographs” exhibit at the Chrysler Museum of Art. Hanging was the work of photographer Ulrich Wüst, who captured the public and … Read More

Do It for the Gram: Norfolk’s NEON District

February 24, 2017 | 1

Kelsey Walker Arts & Entertainment Editor

The Norfolk Arts District, also known as the NEON District, has made a huge leap into becoming both a destination spot and your new favorite downtown detour. Driving down Granby Street, it’s impossible to miss … Read More

New Exhibitions at Virginia MOCA Kickoff 2017

January 28, 2017 |

T.J. Thompson Staff Writer

The ambiance was set in the atrium of the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Friday night for their Winter/Spring 2017 opening. Guests were greeted with glasses of champagne and refreshments provided by numerous local catering companies. … Read More

Paint Night Helps Students Unwind

January 27, 2017 |

Erin Sudek Assistant News Editor

Students came to relax and create their own personal pieces of art with a paint night hosted by the Student Activities Council. Attendees showed up on Jan. 26 to receive paint lessons during two consecutive sessions held … Read More

Donald Trump vs. Hollywood

January 22, 2017 |

Kelsey Walker Arts & Entertainment Editor

While there’s no doubt that the mainstream media played a role in the election of Donald Trump for president, those in Hollywood have never shied away from speaking their mind.

A day after the inauguration an … Read More

Top Places to Visit on Campus

January 20, 2017 |

Fatima Rivera Contributing Writer

Being new to ODU can be a major adjustment for students who aren’t from Hampton Roads, or even for those who simply haven’t explored everything our campus has to offer. For those that have been here for … Read More

Monet, van Gogh and More On Display at the Chrysler Museum

October 22, 2016 |

Emily Wood Contributing Writer

The new exhibit “The Agrarian Ideal in Late 19th Century Art” pulls you through time and back to the late 1800s as you walk through the Chrysler Museum. The pastel colors that splash the walls not … Read More

Student’s Powerful Photo Series Brings Attention to Gun Violence in the Media

October 14, 2016 |

<h5>Larenz Johnson Staff Writer</h5>

There are many forms of activism in today’s society. Some activists march, some activists tweet and some activists take their art and use it as a platform to speak on relevant social issues.

Nathan Croslin, an Old Dominion … Read More

Tim Seibles: The Man, The Professor, The Poet Laureate

October 14, 2016 |

Christina Marable Contributing Writer

I guess you could say I am not who I am. I always suspected there was something about me.

The opening lines of Tim Seibles’ poem “On Being Mistaken” sums up Virginia’s newest Poet Laureate. A creative writing … Read More

The Illegal Ivory Trade In One Room

October 1, 2016 |

Briel Felton Contributing Writer

After a trip to Kenya, San Diego native Wendy Maruyama felt compelled to create “The wildLIFE Project,” an effort to bring awareness to how illegal ivory trade practices affect the animal kingdom. The process for this exhibit … Read More

Colley Avenue Music and Arts Festival Celebrates Second Anniversary

May 4, 2016 |

Lindsey Lanham Staff Writer

On April 23, the Colley Avenue Music and Arts Festival celebrated their second annual event with a mix of live, local music and various art vendors. There was food and even a rack of hula hoops for … Read More