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The Life of an Artist

The Life of an Artist

Daphne Marsters, Staff Writer

March 24, 2020

   Maybe you’ve seen her at design or artist conventions with what looks to be Halloween-inspired art? Or maybe you’ve seen those creepy cool Christmas ornaments. You’ve seen her dressed up, but can’t quite place what character she is. Just who is this artist?   Frontline: What do you remember as your first experi...

The Foodie Space

One of the interactive exhibits inside the museum by artist Trinh Mai

Sophia Pracilio, Editor-in-Chief

February 12, 2019

Attention all museum goers and food lovers: A new pop-up museum has arrived in Pasadena. The Foodie Space is an interactive modern art museum filled with innovative and daring creations at $20 during the week and $25 on the weekend. The Instagram worthy artworks are all based off of various local...

Line Up For Emily’s Really Good Art

Line Up For Emily’s Really Good Art

Colby Hurdle, Staff Writer

May 28, 2018

   Alongside the bands Double Dragg, Chump Change, The Brix, Sidewalk Chumps, and a faculty band set to perform at El Mo Jam on May 18, artists including junior, Emily Garcia are vending their crafts.   Garcia, although not certain of pricing, will sell inexpensive printed copies of her linework ill...

Spring into the Arts Festival

Junior Vanessa Carroll does an arabesque  in the Nature Center  (Photo via Justin Luong).

Ashley Ramynke, Copy/Music Editor

May 7, 2018

   The 2018 Spring into the Arts Festival occurring on May 30 in the Nature Center during periods one through four and after school beginning at 4 p.m., is a collaboration between the different branches of the performing and visual arts department.   Integrating the themes of rebirth and the jubilation of spr...

AP Literature at The Getty Museum

One hundred and twenty AP Literature students alongside Mrs. Mull (bottom left) on the lawn of The Getty Museum (Photo Courtesy of Mrs. Rivera).

Ashley Ramynke, Copy/Music Editor

March 2, 2018

Organizing a field trip to The Getty Museum in Los Angeles for a hundred and twenty AP Literature students is an overwhelming task, though taken on by Mrs. Mull with aspirations for her students to gain cultural enrichment through art. On February 28, 2018, students alongside parent and teacher chaper...

Gwen Wodark? More like Gwen’s Good Art

Gwen Wodark? More like Gwen’s Good Art

Colby Hurdle, Staff Writer

January 23, 2018

  AP Environmental Science teacher Ms. Kung encouraged senior Gwen Wodark and fellow students to submit to the Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Program, which accepts projects from students as far as China and New Zealand. Wodark is gratefully surprised with her successful, and deserved silver award. Howeve...

El Modena Murals

El Modena Murals

Colby Hurdle, Staff Writer

January 23, 2018

In his fifth year serving as El Modena’s principal, Dr. Saxton has made our campus,“More welcoming and less like an industrial nightmare” by adding countless murals.   Almost any wall on campus now has a mural; one particular appealing and meaningful mural is of American novelist, and women...

Meet the Artists: Heide Baltazar and Angie Sustaeta

Baltazar (left) and Sustaeta (right) pose in front of their most recent mural.

Scarlet Edwards, Editor-in-Chief

January 23, 2018

  Seniors Heide Baltazar and Angie Sustaeta live, breath, and sleep art. Both started making art at an early age, and haven’t stopped since. Most recently, the duo decided to use their skills to become more involved on campus, sharing the position of publicist on ASB.  As publicists, Balta...

Portugal. The Man

Portugal. The Man

Colby Hurdle, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017

Portland based band, "Portugal. The Man" released their latest album “Woodstock” on June 16, 2017. For their 2011 and 2013 albums, the band largely relied on an atmospheric, indie rock genre, to comfort their aimless lyrics such as “When I grow up, I wanna be a movie star or on TV.”   They ...

Hip-Hop Bop Picasso Baby

Hip-Hop Bop Picasso Baby

Colby Hurdle, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017

“Uh, I just want a Picasso in my casa,” the beginning of the second song on “Magna Carta… Holy Grail,” begins the story for one of the most artistically influenced songs hip-hop/rap has come to know.   Back in 2013, JAY Z released the cover for the eminent album, “Magna Carta… Holy...

Marteen is heating up with his new single, “Sriracha”

Marteen promoting his new single

Jenny Hamburg, Ads and Distribution Editor/ Photographer

October 17, 2017

     Marteen Estevez is a 16 year-old from the Bay Area.  Music has been a major part of his life from a young age. Born to a Colombian dad and American mom, his parents always encouraged him to pursue his passion for music. Marteen began learning classical piano at just ten years-old. He also wo...

Stephen King’s Symbolism

Revelstoke Sanz, Style Editor

October 9, 2017

Throughout Stephen King’s long, prosperous career in terrifying children through both literature and film, he has managed to change the way people perceive and experience fear. From blood-covered prom queens to shape shifting clowns, King uses many forms of symbolism to enhance character and story...

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