Thanisa Durongkaveroj ’18, an international student from Thailand, seeks balance among her many interests.
Richard Tran traveled throughout Ghana to shadow the makers of traditional and contemporary art forms.
Oberlin’s eighth annual Chalk Walk left downtown’s sidewalks adorned with kaleidoscopic, albeit temporary, works of art.
Thanks to a two-decades-old docent program, local schoolchildren can explore the treasures of the AMAM with the help and guidance of Oberlin students.
Matthew Gallagher has won the Grand Award for Excellence in the Visual Arts from the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio.
Electronic waste is everywhere. But where does it go? Julia Christensen has won the support of Creative Capital to make DIY video projectors out of scavenged e-waste.
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