Reflection, awareness and creativity are crucial components of the vision for Art as Activism – a course born at the Stanford Design School.
“At Peace,” by 18-year-old Valerie Wong, was voted by our online readers as the 2020 Creative Outlook Peer Choice Contest winner. Wong is a freshman at the University at Buffalo. “Joyous” to have won the Peer Choice Award, Wong said … Continued
“The 1950s,” by 17-year-old Samantha Krinick, was named our second place 2020 Creative Outlook Cover Contest winner. Krinick is a senior at Half Hollow Hills High School West in Dix Hills, New York. Her favorite medium to work with is … Continued
“Willow,” by Ariana Pacino, was named our 2020 Creative Outlook Cover Contest winner. Pacino is a student at ArtCenter College of Design whose favorite art mediums are dip pens, brushes and acrylic ink. She was always a creative child, often … Continued
“Star Crossed Lovers,” by 18-year-old Camryn Bird, was voted by our online readers as the 2019 Creative Outlook Peer Choice Contest winner. Bird is a freshman at Augustana University studying Art Education. Currently, her favorite medium to work with is … Continued
“Arizona Nights,” by 18-year-old Matthew Chang, was selected by our judges as the 2nd place 2019 Creative Outlook Cover Contest winner. A freshman at Texas A&M University, Chang favorite form of artistic expression is photography. He first started taking pictures … Continued