Spending five to six hours a day in the basement of Huber Art Center tapping into her artistic side, art must pulsate through the veins of senior art major Alessandra Cupani. Coming from a family of artists, it may be safe to say this is the case for Cupani.
As the snowflakes finally left their day-long recital, art-goers indulged in a wide selection of local artwork at Shippensburg Arts Programming and Education’s (SHAPE) annual Winter Gala Friday evening.
The raw reality of human and nature interdependency was encapsulated in the allegorical mixed media pieces of duo John Holmgren and Nick Conbere, entitled, “River Relations: A Beholder’s Share of the Columbia River Dams.”
Christmas came early this year for “Star Wars” fans as series side story, “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” hit theaters on Dec. 16. “Rogue One” filled the gap between “Star Wars” series episodes III and IV that originally left viewers with quite a few unanswered questions.
Throughout the past few months, the global and Shippensburg communities have been celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare’s afterlife — now it is time for Shippensburg Arts Programming and Education gallery to join in on the celebration.
From animated movies like “Finding Dory,” “The BFG” and “Kubo and the Two Strings” to superhero and action movies like “Captain America: Civil War,” “Suicide Squad” and “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” these movies and more brought excitement and had me wondering what 2017 would bring us.