Artist Spotlight articles

Artist Spotlight: Emma Jensen

Artist Spotlight: Emma Jensen

Photo by Bridget Bartal        Though performance is only one aspect of music study at Lawrence’s Conservatory of Music, performing music has been part of senior and Horn Performance major Emma Jensen’s life for longer than she can remember. She started playing horn in elementary school and has known since age 12 that she wants

Artist spotlight: Nathan Montgomery

Photo by Nidi Garcia. Senior Nathan Montgomery is an important figure in the Lawrence University Conservatory of Music. Montgomery is passionate about world music and improvising with friends. Everywhere he goes, he enjoys discovering and creating new music. He values music as an introspective tool, and he hopes to share it with everyone around him.

Artist spotlight: Nina Sultan

Photo by Angelica Hurtado. Nina Sultan is a senior working on a double major in psychology and studio art. The quintessential interdisciplinary student, she explores the healing power of art and creativity through a psychological lens. Sultan is from Bloomington, Ill. In her final year of high school, she had an eye-opening experience studying abroad

Artist spotlight: Jacob Dalton

Photo by Taylor Blackson. Senior Jacob Dalton’s passion for theatre began early. His first acting experience occurred when he starred in the play “Pirates of Penzance,” capturing the lead role at just ten years old. Inspired by parents who encouraged him to further his craft, Jacob participated in acting competitions in both middle and high

Artist Spotlight: Noah Gunther

Photo by Natalie Cash   At Lawrence, the Studio Art Experience gives students the opportunity to explore different types of artistic mediums and work closely with their instructors, as well as having the chance to display their work in the Wriston Art Center galleries and around campus. Having come into Lawrence planning on majoring in

Artist Spotlight: Kelsey Stalker

Photo by Kiran Mufty   If you have been to Lawrence and Appleton’s art galleries in the last few years, you may be familiar with the works of fifth-year senior Kelsey Stalker. Stalker is a studio art and environmental studies double-major who enjoys blending her interests in her art pieces. Originally from Janesville, WI, Stalker

Artist spotlight: Isabel Dammann

Photo by Angelica Hurtado When asked about her interests in both geology and violin, fifth-year senior Isabel Dammann says, “I have really enjoyed having one foot on each side of College Ave, so to speak. I am thoroughly involved in the Conservatory, but also have a fantastic community of geologists whom I can geek out