To finish off our month with Joanne, we hope you enjoy this collection of some of her photos from around the globe. Be sure to follow her on instagram for more of her photography and to submit to the Undergraduate Review for your chance to be featured in the 31st edition and as our next artist of the month.
This week, co-editors Emily and Bibi sat down with the Undergraduate Review's January Artist of the Month, Joanne, to talk about all things photography. Check out their chat on SoundCloud to hear more from Joanne.
The end of the world started with a fucking armadillo. Joel Miller, who was currently trying to free the roadkill from the grill of his ATV, had no way to know this, though. No way to know he was patient zero. No way to know that the moment the armadillo had crossed his path, had been obliterated into a fine red mist by his four-wheeler and sprayed all over Joel’s pudgy red face, he’d kickstarted the apocalypse. As Joel poked a bit of viscera through the slats of t he grill,
Roaming the halls of Queen’s is one of the best resources for new writers on campus. Carolyn Smart teaches creative writing here and is a writer who has dedicated herself to supporting the efforts of new, emerging writers throughout the country. Beyond her teaching, Smart has founded the RBC Bronwyn Wallace literary award and judges for other awards like the emerging writers’ awards offered by the Malahat Review based in Victoria, BC. In a continuation of these efforts, Smart
Joanne's work immediately impressed the UR board when she submitted photographs for the 31st publication of the Undergraduate Review. Joanne is in her fourth year of Global Development and Indigenous Studies. She is the Co-Editor in Chief of Ultraviolet Arts Magazine and has served as an editor for various publications on campus. For her, photography serves as an artistic and creative outlet to the stresses of life and opportunity to explore personal and familial identity. To