Artists of Oxstu: a mini-exhibition

Culture

The Oxford Student’s creative team have been working incredibly hard this term behind the scenes to create beautiful new pieces for many of our articles. Below is some of their favourite work from this term.

If you would like to be part of the OxStu’s creative team, you can apply using this link.


Khadijah Ali

Outside of her German degree, Khadijah is a writer, artist and photographer. She specialises in portrait and landscape photography, and architectural illustrations.


Tian Chen (Creative Director)

Having studied an art history and architecture before coming to Oxford, I see myself as both an aspiring scholar and a designer. I’m deeply interested in the crossroads between the humanities, design and technology. Bringing together humanistic inquiry with cutting-edge technology and design, I hope to explores innovative, interdisciplinary ways of showcasing art and culture. During my time at the OxStu, I’ve aimed to engender an environment in which creativity and holistic design can flourish.


Matthew Kurnia

Hi! I’m Matthew, a first-year computer scientist at Trinity College Oxford. I’m an amateur game developer and I enjoy making digital art. It was such a pleasure illustrating for The Oxford Student.


Jonas Muschalski 

I study history in my first year at Harris Manchester. This Hilary 2020, I joined the Creative Team of the OxStu and have been mainly responsible for its design this term. For example, I have redesigned the OxStu Instagram account and given the broadsheet a completely new look (which you will hopefully get to see soon!).

Dr. Amir Pichhadze

Dr. Amir Pichhadze is currently studying for the MSc in Education (Higher Education) at the University of Oxford. He is an alumnus of the University of Michigan Law School (S.J.D. & LL.M. in International Tax) and the London School of Economics (LL.M. in Taxation & LL.B.).

Amir was a full-time law lecturer at Deakin Law School, and guest lecturer and speaker at numerous institutions such as the University of Michigan Law School, the London School of Economics (LSE), Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), Osgoode Hall Law School, McGill University’s Faculty of Law, Boston University’s School of Law, and the Australian Taxation Office. Amir also completed a Judicial Clerkship at the Tax Court of Canada.

Amir is also a visual artist. He was exposed to the visual arts by his father, the master artist Jacob Pichhadze.

Ivory Tower (soft pastel)


Iona Shen

Iona Shen is a first-year theologian at Keble College, a part-time photographer and illustrator. Born in Beijing, she grew up in Cambridge and often explores the theme of multicultural identity in her arts. Her main interests in photography are landscape and architecture; in design, portraits and collages.


 

 

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