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This year, the competition is specifically looking for submissions relating to Trevor Noah’s book “Born a Crime.

Submissions for art competition close Jan. 29

ABBY DAVIS, Evergreen deputy news editor January 25, 2021

The annual Art for Social Change Competition is currently looking for submissions from WSU faculty members, students and others involved in the education community.  The competition is put on by...

The art pieces displayed in fall 2021 will be different mediums, including ceramics, sculptures, drawings, digital media and photography.

WSU Museum of Art awards $2,500 to 20 Washington artists

MICHELLE PAREDES STRONG, Evergreen reporter December 8, 2020

The WSU Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art awarded 20 artists $2,500 each for their artwork depicting social justice and systemic racism. Artists in Washington were allowed to submit artwork expressing...

Depth of field, lighting — all of these factors play into the ideal photo.

OPINION: Improve your photography skills

MADELINE GREER, Evergreen columnist December 8, 2020

The semester is coming to a close, and winter break is upon us. Finally, multiple weeks of little-to-no schoolwork or exams. However, this winter break will be different compared to other years because...

Critiques of writing and art are always tough to get right, but it’s important to always be respectful.

OPINION: Constructive criticism should always stay constructive

HANNA YUZYUK, Evergreen columnist November 19, 2020

If you do not want to be criticized, do not create anything. In different areas of art, such as drawing, music, poetry and writing, authors can face negative opinions about their work. It happens very...

Tattoos and tattoo artists create understated, underappreciated works of art.

OPINION: Tattoos are a way to express creativity

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen columnist November 11, 2020

As students build more independence than their teenage selves had, they begin to cultivate their own identities. Forming their own opinions about art and self-expression is often one of the first steps...

It's important for students to have an outlet to express their creativity.

OPINION: Schools should encourage student creativity

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen columnist October 28, 2020

It’s tough to put into words exactly what students are getting from their education right now. Of course, there is still the course material, the opportunity to learn new things, etc. But what...

Making and creating art helps with anxiety, and provides a productive outlet for mental health issues.

OPINION: Create art to improve mental health

LAUREN PETTIT, Evergreen columnist October 20, 2020

With the condition of the world these past few months, it has been difficult for many to get through the stress of day-to-day life. Many people that already struggle with their mental health might be having...

“Black disabled people have always been around,” said Leroy Moore, activist and founder of Krip-Hop Nation.

Activist talks about impact Black people with disabilities have on music, art during virtual event

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter October 15, 2020

Black people with disabilities have been discriminated against long before the days of slavery. Slaves were sold individually, unless they had a physical restriction, like a severed arm, said Leroy...

WSU’s Children Center partnered with Pullman Regional Hospital for the Health Education and Art (HEART) Program in July. The program aims to help children understand and process the COVID-19 pandemic through art.

PRH teaches health with art

LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen reporter October 1, 2020

A local partnership between Pullman Regional Hospital and WSU aims to teach children about health and wellness by integrating art into the learning model. The hospital’s Health Education and Art program,...

Yarn Underground started after Owner Shelley Stone gained inspiration from a Portland yarn store. Now, Stone said she is navigating COVID-19 and the unknowns that come with it.

‘I get to play with yarn all day’

SARAH DANIELS, Evergreen reporter July 20, 2020

COVID-19 hit some small businesses harder than others. For Yarn Underground Owner Shelley Stone, she is ready to move forward with her community. In the heart of Moscow lies a yarn store: Yarn Underground....

Madison Rosenbaum, WSU Tri-Cities alumna and photographer, said photography is a way to capture people’s experience in real time.

‘Photos can be a powerful truth-teller’

LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen reporter July 1, 2020

For Madison Rosenbaum, photography is more than just an art to document moments. “I think photos can be a powerful truth-teller,” said WSU Tri-Cities alumna Rosenbaum. “I always believe that storytelling...

Juliann Yusko started sewing at the age of 10. She has created a prom dress, fixed WSU's Marching Band uniforms, and sewn masks for the Pullman community.

Pullman resident channels passion for sewing to help others

CHERYL AARNIO, Evergreen reporter June 8, 2020

Pullman resident Juliann Yusko is the type of person who helps others in any way she can. When she designed costumes for drama in high school, she worked for hours on end to make sure every costume was...

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