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Moy Zhong

Despite being the youngest artist of The Rock and Bearing News, sophomore Moy Zhong is wonderfully talented and creative. A percussionist in the Emerald Regiment and a hard worker, she enjoys taking photos with her Polaroid camera and listening to indie artists.

‘Isle of Dogs’ finds beauty in a bleak world

With Wes Anderson's return to stop-motion animation, the world prepared itself for the same light-hearted, childish universe delivered by the director's previous animated endeavor “Fantastic Mr. Fox” (2009); however, “Isle of Dogs” crushed any of these expectations.

‘The Price of Everything’ explores contemporary art and commerce

A review of director Nathaniel Kahn’s 'The Price of Everything', a beautiful and prolific investigation into the ever-changing relationship between art, money and human perception that is explored through interviews with characters of the art world.

Oscar-nominated animated shorts include riveting fairy tales and basketball duds

With the Oscars a short few days away it’s time to place your bets on who’s bound to win an Academy Award for Best Short Film (Animated). Here is a review of the contenders, from Kobe Bryant's "Dear Basketball" to the nature documentary-esque "Garden Party".

Celebrating Kehinde Wiley, Amy Sherald

Since 1789, the practice of presidents commissioning portraits of themselves, whether to glorify their egos or to preserve their faces for future generations, has...