Student life

Kappa Pi Past President Creates Mural for YCAP

Nossi All Access encourages art students to gain professional experience by connecting with local nonprofits needing creative assistance and support. After teaming up with YMCA Community Action Program, Y-CAP, in East Nashville, Nossi College of Art wanted to help brighten up the Y-CAP campus with a community mural. Rachel Folk, the Y-CAP Community Outreach Director, …

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RAW Artist Impact and Creating Your Artist Presence

Story by Debra Holloman, follow her on Instagram June’s RAW Artist Showcase highlighted a Nossi College of Art student and graduate while fellow students and alumni stopped by to see and support the hard work put into each artist’s work. The artists showcasing were Sean Williams, a recent Illustration graduate and Jonte Swoope, a current …

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Mikal Barker Wins Illustration Scholarship Award

When Barbara Palacios and Lluvia Agustin contacted Nossi College of Art and encouraged students and alumni to submit ideas for her upcoming children’s book series, Nossi College had just one response, “Challenge Accepted!” Lluvia is the founder and owner of The Agustin Agency, a global literary agency connecting authors with audiences around the world. “I’m …

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Student Recipient of the Maggie Thompson Phipps Scholarship

Remembering a Beautiful Soul Maggie Thompson Phipps was a 2007 Nossi College of Art Photography graduate. In addition to her brilliant personality, Maggie was known by her special ability to capture a person’s essence through her photography. Unfortunately, Maggie passed away in 2016 after a hard-fought battle against brain cancer. Her family has set up …

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Life After Service: Back to School Guide for Veterans

Exclusively written for nossi.edu by Allie Cooper After an honorable discharge, many veterans decide to go to college or university to complete their advanced education. Not all skills learned in the military are transferrable to a career, so getting a higher education can make you more competitive and desirable in the civilian job market. Nossi College …

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