The Lion's Roar

Make local, summer plans in the arts

Make local, summer plans in the arts

Zachary Araki, Assistant Editor

May 7, 2019

During the summer, the celebration of creative expression will continue through activities from exhibitions to art camps. On campus, the Contemporary Art Gallery will exhibit a series of works from Evan Fugazzi, an artist from Philadelphia, from June 10 to August 30. On June 27-29, theatre alumni w...

Selling art that holds a practical purpose

Bumble Bee Pottery sells ceramic items including teapots, jewelry and platters. Helene Fielder encourages aspiring artists to find a style that matches their aesthetic.

Jacob Summerville, Staff Reporter

March 11, 2019

A kitchen does not have to be filled with plastic cups and store-bought vases. Handmade mugs, jewelry, pots and plates serve a conventional purpose to consumers while upholding the artistic flair of any other artwork. Helene Fielder, owner and founder of Bumble Bee Pottery, sells teapots, platters, vase...

How artists find an audience and get the word out

Dr. Marc Settembrino, assistant professor of sociology,  poses with his artwork. Through the Hammond Art Guild, Settembrino advertises his art to the community.

Johnathan Zeringue, Staff Reporter

February 19, 2019

Artists incorporate a variety of techniques to promote their work to the public. L’Oreal Willams, a freshman business administration major, discussed how social media has helped her promote her photography business, “L’Oreal Productions.” “I use a lot of social media to do promoting,” stat...