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This is my esteemed professor, Victor. Ah… I mean, Mr. Wang.

by Alumni Posts February 8, 2012

After my senior year of high school, I was a little lost on where I wanted to go for college. I knew that I wanted to study art but I hadn’t found a place that felt right. My high school art teacher recommended me for a summer art camp hosted at Fontbonne University. I hadn’t […]

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A Different Kinda Valentine…

by Alumni Posts February 6, 2012

If you’re not from these parts you might not have ever heard of SCOSAG a.k.a. St. Louis City Open Studio and Gallery located on our city’s south side in beautiful Tower Grove Park. It started out as a unique and special place to expose children to art even if they weren’t “artistic,” and it has […]

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Life in the Studio!

by Alumni Posts January 31, 2012

Hello everyone! My name is Doug Weaver and this is my first blog post at Fontbonne. This is my second semester at Fontbonne as a graduate student in painting and drawing. I live in an apartment in North County with my beautiful wife. As I write this, I am sitting in my new studio space […]

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New Beginning

by Lizzie September 12, 2011

As one of the new freshmen at Fontbonne, I know I’m excited for many things: new friends, new experiences, and a new environment! It’s been great for the first few weeks. Many challenges will soon emerge, but I’ll face them no matter what. College life really is different from high school. I miss my friends […]

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by Alumni Posts April 20, 2011

One of the classes I’m really excited about taking next fall is ceramics! I’m an English major, and I do love my English courses, but it’s kind of nice to get a change of pace in my schedule. Ceramics is something I’ve never done before, so it should be interesting. When asking about opinions on […]

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Sarah- World At A Standstill

by fontbonneuniversity March 6, 2009

If I were stranded on campus for 48 hours with no class. I would entertain myself by… The Mustard Seed theater, a group of outside actors, produces shows in the  Fontbonne Fine Arts building that that I would be interested in going to.  The theater company performs shows all week long.  I would walk over […]

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