Pulp History Mobile

Wolf Woman
Quarantined
 

 

Pulp History will be on display January 2019 in the 2nd Floor art Gallery

 

Assigned as a project in Assistant Professor in Printmaking Kaleena Stasiak’s Screen Printing class, Pulp History Mobile seeks to bring to light events in Mobile’s history that don’t often get attention. This assignment was inspired by the Paper Monuments project in New Orleans, a team of designers and artists dedicated to representing the voices of people who aren’t always commemorated in public memorials. Students Natalie Bravi, Tanner Byrd, Rachel Moragne, Clifton Pugh, Jamie Smith, and Genesis Stroud chose a variety of topics, such as the lynching of Michael Donald, the sighting of a half-woman half-wolf, the Old Spanish Trail and Mobile’s hockey team, to commemorate in their screen-printed posters.