“Through my chalk drawing, I wanted to engage with the concept of fluidity and a flexible present. What if the priority was not permanence, but the process?”
by Emma Mohrmann on November 20, 2021November 20, 2021
“Perhaps children of the early 2000s should be grateful for tamer coming-of-age protagonists who dealt with school bullies, boogers, and cursed slices of cheese within the vacuum of endless middle school.”
by Sierra Stern on November 20, 2021November 20, 2021
by Ayinde Bradford on November 14, 2021
by Sebastian Aguilar on November 14, 2021
Some cartoons for your Sunday enjoyment
by Hannah Mittleman, Hazel Flaherty on November 7, 2021November 6, 2021
Some comics for your Sunday pleasure.
by Hannah Mittleman on October 31, 2021October 31, 2021
Upon a visit to the Met, a Nass writer considers the notion of experiencing art without analyzing it.
by David Chmielewski on October 10, 2021October 9, 2021
by Emma Mohrmann on October 10, 2021October 9, 2021
A photo essay as a chronicle of decay.
by Emma Mohrmann on April 25, 2021April 24, 2021
In which a Nass writer celebrates the work of prominent surrealist Leonara Carrington.
by Abigail Glickman on March 7, 2021March 7, 2021
A Nass writer tackles trains, Monet, and a haunting feeling of passivity.
by Sam Bisno on February 28, 2021February 28, 2021
“It’s not the calm before the storm, but the cohabitation of serenity and calamity. It captures the future’s grasp on the present; anxiety is in the very air.”
by Pat Macdonald on February 21, 2021February 21, 2021
Bot check: What is the name of the res. college that begins with an M?