Mar 22 - 28, 2012 
Well Fraised

Arts Profile

Well Fraised

Teens awarded for merging DIY with high design

By Elizabeth Dwyer Sandlin

A typical art publication made by teenagers comes off a Xerox machine, is bound by a Swingline and has an alternating blank page for every page of off-toned black and white print. When Amy Biehl High School students Mikala Sterling and Sofia Resnik took an elective class freshman year, their teachers encouraged them to aim for a more professional and focused aesthetic.

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Book Review

Foul Language

Soap rendered useless in Ben Marcus' apocalyptic tale

Review by Adam Fox

The Flame Alphabet

The Flame Alphabet

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Culture Shock

By Sam Adams

Expanding Illumination

It makes sense to showcase an exhibit on artistic and religious preservation in a state steeped so historically in those traditions. And since that exhibit involves work that took 13 years to completeand is rooted in an order that's been synonymous with preservation for more than a millenniait’s fitting that the minds behind that display would extend its run.

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