The Southerner

Fashion Club Connects Students

Ruby Dennis, Staff Writer

February 20, 2014

Filed under A & E, Features, Visual Art

Are you completely in sync with today’s styles? Or do you consider yourself more eclectic? Perhaps you enjoy borrowing ideas from previous generations. No matter your personal taste, there’s a place for you. This year, Sout...

South Students Participate In The Ivey Awards

Maggie Fisher, Staff Writer

October 10, 2013

Filed under A & E, Theater, Visual Art

On September 23rd, several South High theatre students attended the Ivey Awards, an award show that several students called “Minneapolis’s Tony Awards”. For students, the  show was eight dollars and included a teen only pre-p...

Street artists defy stereotypes in the community

Anna Schwartz, Staff Writer

March 13, 2013

Filed under A & E, Visual Art

Minneapolis is full of art, home to world-class institutions like the Walker Art Center, the Minneapolis Institute of Art, and award-winning orchestras. But beyond the four walls of the buildings that house these arts is another ...

Terracotta Warriors exhibit offers a unique look at Chinese history and culture

Frances Matejcek, Staff Writer

January 17, 2013

Filed under A & E, Reviews, Visual Art

Twin Cities residents are very lucky to have easy access to millenniums of Chinese history at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts this winter by traveling through the Terracotta Warriors exhibit. Here, artifacts never before shown...

Therapists use creative process of art as alternate therapy

Ryan Wiskerchen, Staff Writer

January 17, 2013

Filed under A & E, Visual Art

For many people, making art serves as a way to relax or to kill time during a boring class.  But art has been proven to assist with many different ailments, both in the setting of therapy and in more group-centered activities. ...

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New mural opened at dedication ceremony

September 16, 2012

Four South students recognized for their art on national level

Caroline Stevens, Staff Writer

March 16, 2011

Filed under A & E, Visual Art

“I have a burning need to create stuff,” sophomore Sinjun Strom says passionately about her art, “I can’t get to sleep without making something.” Strom is one of the four South High students that won a Scholastic Art...

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