Tag Archives: Artist

#UCInstaLyfe: follow @UrsulineCollege on Instagram

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Thanks for following Ursuline’s #UCInstaLyfe story and its’ heroine Angie this past month! Angie, the reoccurring character, is inspired by Ursuline’s foundress St. Angela Merici. Angie represents qualities that all Ursuline students possess: strength, courage, ingenuity and determination. She represents you! We’ve had so much fun with this campaign and hope you have too. All illustrations are by Ginette Montoya. Check out the full instagrid below!

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Behind-the-scenes: Senior Art Show 2014

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Njobvu. March 2014. Photograph by Maggie Stark. © 2014

Well, it’s official. The Senior Art Show is scheduled for April 25th– May 16th, with the opening reception on April 25th from 5 – 9pm. 

Time flew by uber quick. I still remember the exact seat I plopped down on for the first day of my first art class I ever took! Now, I can call myself a real artist – focusing on a body of work & preparing for my big show!

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Anna Arnold Brings Boldness, Aptitude to Ursuline’s Art Scene

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St. Angela Merici, Foundress of the Ursuline Sisters, once said, “Do something, get moving, be con- fident, risk new things, stick with it, then be ready for big surprises.” St. Angela Merici was a woman ahead of her time and her progressive vision is exemplified every day on Ursuline College’s campus. One woman who embodies this boldness is Anna Arnold, Director of Florence O’Donnell Wasmer Gallery.

Since the age of five, Arnold has considered herself an artist. “There was never an issue with identity. I knew I wanted to be an artist,” says Anna. Encouraged all through her life to be an artist by family and teachers, coupled with her own talent, persistence and stubbornness, Anna found her way from artist to teacher to gallery director.

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