Itʻs finally here. After an absence of more than 10 years, Art & Soul, the magazine of creative work from Honolulu Community College students, is back on campus.
The full-color, 40-page magazine, Art & Soul, showcases the creative talents of students, whose skills range from traditional arts and literature to fire dancing and tattoo designs. Itʻs available online at locations all over campus.
The rebirth of the magazine, which has a lineage dating back to the 1970s, was a project of the school’s Student Media Board and a handful of dedicated editors who wanted to give their fellow students a chance to show their work beyond the classroom.
“When we first saw past issues of Art & Soul magazine, I thought this would be a wonderful idea to bring back the magazine after a decade. Showing student’s creativity would be a great way for them to be seen and heard through literature, photography, fashion, music, drawing/painting etc. We knew this would not be easy, but we dedicated our time and hard work to make this possible,” said Kiki Williams, editor-in-chief of the magazine.