New Year, New 2014 Arts Fellows! | UVA Student Council

Student Council Arts Committee proudly presents the 2014 ARTS FELLOWS!

JON BELLONA, CINDY SONG, JACKSON BERKELY, EMMA VOLPE, MANDY GIAMPAOLO, MARK INGBER, SHANTALL BINGHAM

Student Council funds are supporting these artists with individual art projects, ranging from Music to Architecture.

JON BELLONA: Music

jonbellonaThe Student Arts Fund will aid the publication of an original alt-folk record by Confidant(e). Confidant(e) is comprised of Jon Bellona (University of Virginia) and Samira Potts (University of Oregon).

 

CINDY SONG: Visual Art

cindysongCindy is creating a series of paintings that reflect the people she encountered in the villages of rural China, where her father grew up. She is working in oil pastel on wood and oil paint on canvas and wood.

 

 

 

 

JACKSON BERKELY: Cinematography

jacksonberkelySaturn is a film about psychosis, the cosmos, and summer camp.

 

 

 

 

EMMA VOLPE: Multi-Media

emmavolpeImmortal Ink and Invisible Illness is a look into tattoos as a social art form – specifically tattoos of the chronic digestive disease, IBD. This will be a series of multimedia pieces.

 

 

 

 

 

MANDY GIAMPAOLO: Cinematography

mandygiampaoloMandy is combining different mediums in film (digital, Super 8mm, news footage, home video) and photography (35mm, polaroid) to create a documentary of the Katrina devastation on her hometown on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

MARK INGBER: Sustainable Architecture

markingmar1Mark is in the process of constructing a “tiny house”, a mobile, environmentally friendly structure made of reclaimed and recycled materials. The purpose of this project is to illustrate how living small with a minimal ecological impact is both possible and enjoyable even on the limited budget of a college student. The 50 square foot structure will contain a sleeping loft as well as cooking, living and dining areas, and feature a mobile design towable behind any small SUV.markingmar2

 

 

 

 

 

SHANTALL BINGHAM: Sculpture

shantallbinghamShantell will work with a range of University and Charlottesville community members to create sculptures that explore the diversity of the area and participants.