|Esrael Nykea Bennett: Your
art should always come from an environment where you feel
safe and comfortable. When you write, sing, dance, or do any
form of art, use every sense in your body to relay the
emotion and passion that goes into your work. Only then can
true art be created.
Abbie Burns: Abbie made the trailer
featured here as a CCP (College Credit Plus) student and is
now attending OSU Columbus to major in biology on a pre-med
track in the Biological Sciences Scholars Program. She tells
us, "Digital Media Composing was one of my favorite classes
I have ever taken."
Cecilia Faucey is a Junior in high school
and has enjoyed drawing as a pastime since kindergarten.
Today, she works part-time as a waitress after school and
plans to study architecture in college.
Amy Plough: Photographer, writer, poet.
Passionate about expression, reads from a deconstructionist
point of view. Science fiction lover.
Jerome Shapiro: This will be the third issue of
Corn- field Review in which something of mine has appeared.
Which just goes to show you, at OSU-M, old dogs can be
taught new tricks. Thank you “Program 60,” the faculty,
students, and staff, of OSUM.
Arthur Taussig is a contemporary multimedia
artist and musician whose work has been shown in the
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Portland Art Museum,
Seattle Art Museum, and New Orleans Museum of Art, among
many others. He currently lives in California.