From Dec. 15 to Jan. 26, 14¬†North Dakota State photography students are exhibiting their work in the current Memorial Union Gallery show, Post Capture. Post Capture is a combination of advanced photography and independent study photography students. Through the…

It’s unclear what, exactly, you’re looking at when viewing Elizabeth Smith’s work for the 2016 Baccalaureate Exhibition for the first time. “One person said they thought it looked like beer,” the senior laughed, “And I’m like, you know, just…

Sunny days seem far behind us as we enter December. While snow has barely powdered the ground, winter winds and cloudy days add a chill to campus. Cassie Baasch’s “A Poem from Home” reminds us of warmer days. Her…

Reminiscent of fabric patterns or maybe the artwork of another culture, the drawings of Carolyn Hausladen combine natural imagery with familiar patterns. Polka dots decorate the tops of mushrooms, geometric shapes adorn mountains and paisleys pattern flowers. “I’m interested…

The construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline in western North Dakota has become a polarizing issue. Anti-DAPL protests have escalated while president-elect Donald Trump has promised to promote oil and gas development and revive the Keystone XL pipeline project….

  When Sabrina Hornung walked into the hip downtown coffee shop Youngblood, she looked every bit the artist in cat-framed glasses, a large trendy coat and bright red lips. Despite the modern appearance, Hornung’s art ties into her interest…

When you first meet him, Aaron Kirchhoff seems more like a science nerd than an artist. In fact, Kirchhoff is a¬†mixture of both. As a professor of sculpture in North Dakota State’s Visual Arts Department, he specializes in the…