Name and Year: Quintin Marcus, 2012
Major: Fine Arts, Concentration in Communicative Design
Medium of Choice: Anything I need to create what’s in my head
Street: How did you get started in graphic design?
Quintin Marcus: When I came to Penn, majoring in Fine Arts was the furthest thing from my mind.
Name and Year: Kelsey Halliday Johnson
Hometown: Haddonfield, NJ
Degree: Masters in Fine Arts (interdisciplinary) and certificate in Landscape Studies
Medium of Choice: Photography, Drawing, Painting
*Kelsey is teaching Photo I in the spring.*
Street: You say most of your work is “place_oriented.” What does that mean to you, and what are some examples of projects?
Kelsey Halliday Johnson: Each body of work I make situates itself within a given site (historical or literal) and becomes a kind of investigation of the cultural or social histories that lie within the landscape or particular place.
I entered my undergraduate degree planning to major in geosciences, so the physical environment has always been a sincere interest of mine.
9th Annual Dracula Festival at the Rosenbach
The Rosenbach Museum & Library, 2008-2010 Delancey Pl.
$5 with student ID
Before Edward Cullen took over the world of tween literature, there was Dracula: the terrifying, blood sucking protagonist of Bram Stroker’s novel.