by Monica Smith | staff writer A blank sheet of paper and a set of Prismacolor pencils is all junior Pedro Diaz needs to create a drawing so detailed and vivid that it makes you wonder if his hands are a magic printer. His Instagram account, conta (More)
by Emma Fischer| feature editor Quarantine has opened up more free time than students care to admit, and although some students are taking this time to get ahead on work or play video games or stay up until three in the morning watching tiktoks, s (More)
After 120 art students participated in the annual Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE) on Feb. 8, 17 of them advanced to State. This put the school in third place in the district, ahead of NESA.
Bush's art students working hard on a new assignment that is sure to brighten up our hallways soon. [gallery type="slideshow" ids="5866,5865,5864,5863,5862,5861,5860"] (More)
On Saturday, Nov. 10 from 7:00 PM to 12:00 AM, Luminaria is hosting an after-dark contemporary arts festival in downtown San Antonio. Over 50 artists will show off their art in celebration of San Antonio’s 300 year anniversary. “I reall (More)
Mrs. Bianca Pitman is a new art teacher and has been teaching art for 18 years. She also enjoys practicing photography as a hobby. Q: How do you like MacArthur? A: I am enjoying my first time so far; I really like the Mac art team that I work wit (More)
by Lauryn Hughes | staff writer With some ink and paper, senior Brooklin Harris creates a watercolor piece. Harris has a dream to one day own her own business featuring watercolors, calligraphy, and baking. She has already gotten a head start by h (More)
[caption id="attachment_33099" align="alignright" width="169"] Angelina Sandoval by Nastasha Vallejo (More)