The Vermont Cynic

Junior Charlie Piper holds up two of his drawings May 9.

Student artists explain what drives their creative process

Ivy Kirby, Staff photographer May 17, 2021

Cynic staff photographer Ivy Kirby contacted student artists and asked them to explain what their art means to them. These are their responses: Sophomore Casey Ghio (Instagram: @casey.lg_):...

What students are looking forward to after the pandemic

What students are looking forward to after the pandemic

Izzy Pipa, Staff Illustrator May 11, 2021

The Cynic put out a poll asking UVM class Facebook groups what students are looking forward to after the pandemic. Here were your responses:         "Beach trips...

Illustration of the week

Illustration of the week

Juli Badics, Staff Illustrator April 22, 2021

Illustration of the week

Illustration of the week

Sofia Gratton, Staff Illustrator April 15, 2021

There are better alternatives to resin art

There are better alternatives to resin art

Emily Johnston, staff writer April 7, 2021

Trends on the internet are great for creative ideas anyone can accomplish no matter their art skill. Yet there is a massive problem with a recent trend, resin art, that not a lot of people are talking...

Drag isn't exclusive to men

Drag isn’t exclusive to men

Lilly Sharp April 20, 2019

“RuPaul’s Drag Race” showcases a number of drag queens competing to win the title of America’s Drag Superstar.  It is hosted and created by “the mother of drag,” Rupaul Charles. For years...

Burlington's DIY Basement Shows

Burlington’s DIY Basement Shows

Zoe Schemm, Feature Writer April 17, 2019

They say if you want something done right, do it yourself. This sentiment finds real world applicability in do-it- yourself venues, establishments with the space and equipment for live music that do not...

Student-made pottery pieces sit in the UVM Pottery Co-op in L/L Jan. 21. The Co-op has offered classes, materials and a creative space for students since 1974.

Co-op offers community of clay for artists

Isabella Alessandrini, Staff Writer January 23, 2018

Located on the first floor of the Living/Learning Center, UVM’s Pottery Co-op is a hub for creation, education and community all wrapped up in one cozy little studio. Since 1974, the Co-op has offered...

Do Confederate monuments have artistic merit?

Bridget Higdon, Assistant Arts Editor October 4, 2017

In recent months, Americans across the country have been questioning the definition of art and the purpose of monuments in our time. When UVM’s Black Students Union presented a list of of demands...

Kids color the campus

Kids color the campus

Bettina Cataldi February 11, 2016

Since last week, new art by young artists has adorned the walls of the Davis Center. The students from the Campus Children’s School in the Living/Learning Center showcased their talents...

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