Independent Student Newspaper For The University of Texas at San Antonio
The Paisano

March 03, 2015

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Fine Art

Tapestries unfold Picasso’s artistic legacy

Tapestries unfold Picasso’s artistic legacy
​A series of lines, figures, and irregular shapes are painted on a canvas, and you can’t decide whether you are looking at a diamond or someone’s eyeball. It’s abstract art at it’s finest, and no one did it better than Pablo Picasso.

Life

Uncapping the lens behind ‘Humans of UTSA’

Uncapping the lens behind ‘Humans of UTSA’
​Perhaps many of you are familiar with “Humans of New York,” the photoblog featuring portraits and interviews of New York City residents, which began in 2010 and now has millions of followers worldwide. Most likely, less of you are familiar with its local spinoff, “Humans of UTSA,” which is about three weeks old.

Arts & Life

Stick around for Sikh: Legend of the Punjab exhibit

Stick around for Sikh: Legend of the Punjab exhibit
​Ranked as the world’s fifth largest religion, Sikhism is an independent culture that has experienced discrimination and suspicion since the terrorist events of 9/11 due to donning of turbans and articles of religious clothing.

Arts & Life

Whiplash and the cost of greatness

​“There are no two words in the English language more harmful than ‘good job.’” It can’t be true…can it? The way Conductor Terrence Fletcher snarls it, you damned well better believe it.