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Song Wu, '24 composed a graphic novel about a first-generation Chinese-American teenager's struggle to define his identity in punk music, sexuality, and America with the assistance of a VPUE Student Grant.  

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Photo: Matt Mettias '23 was awarded a Chappell Lougee Scholarship to support the development of his original music album Keanu. The conscious hip-hop/Hawaiian fusion album centers Pacific Islander issues.

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Artwork by Sabrina Bedford (left); Gunner Dongieux and Sean O’Bannon (right).

Left image: Major Grant recipient and Art Practice student Sabrina Bedford created an acrylic paint series to accompany her own short novel about a girl surviving in a post-climate change disaster world who comes across a time machine.

Right image: Major Grant recipients Gunner Dongieux and Sean O’Bannon navigate the intersection of tech and art by working to seamlessly incorporate AI into Gunner’s painting using a Generative Adversarial Network.

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