Something’s a little off with Emma Beatrez’s nude portraits. The junior in art at NDSU takes a different approach to her study of the human body through artwork: inverting the image. “I had a more realistic nude portrait that…

Five dominating paintings hang on the walls, each a different reflection of water. In them, NDSU art student Taylor Moran is also present. The project is part of the 2017 Baccalaureate Exhibition by the NDSU visual arts department as…

Sitting and staring at Joshua Barduson’s works transports you into two different worlds: one of expansive loneliness and another of warm companionship. Of the six works Barduson chose to feature in this year’s baccalaureate exhibition in the Memorial Union…

Art is a way for students to express themselves through a creative medium. Furthermore, having that art displayed as a student can be a liberating and exciting experience, and getting paid for the art is exhilarating. The Revland Gallery…

Nearly on the corner of 8th St. and Main Ave., just down the street from NDSU’s visual arts building Renaissance Hall, sits Look: Project Space. For the month of April, Look has been providing the Fargo-Moorhead area with works from…

Once upon a time, there was a girl, her camera and fairytales. For her baccalaureate exhibition, art student Kaitlin Ridl used her emphasis in photography and her love of books to convey a serious message: violence against women. At…

Yeseul Lee’s paintings are hard to look at without your mouth watering. Buttery popcorn, fizzling pop, delicious donuts and creamy smooth milk are painted in realistic clarity, causing your stomach to rumble in anticipation. But there’s a bigger aspect…

Each year, the Memorial Union Gallery hosts graduating seniors in the visual arts department as they present their final projects. From April 11 to 27, seven baccalaureates have their work on display to let others see the work they’ve…