Remnants from spring classes are still visible in the studios of the Lamar Dodd School of Art - from the paint on the walls to the projects rolled up and stored away in the back of the classroom.

While art students are still allowed work inside the building, second year student Stanny Zaw says the easy access to resources and creative collaboration are what’s missing this semester. 

“Working at home hinders most of us, but the main thing you have at the Dodd is resources, not talent,” he said.

In the Spring when COVID-19 first hit, many art students returned home. The building was locked up. Students like Zaw took their projects with them. 

Untitled is a mixed-media piece formed with spray paint and glass. Zaw started working on the project at the Lamar Dodd School of Art during spring semester, but finished it at home after campus closed.

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