Alina Narvaez

Class of 2014


  • Florence falls short of past work

    Maybe the epic sound of her debut album Lungs is the reason why Florence Welch of Florence + The Machine has been repeatedly depicted as larger than life. Everyone reports the same thing — she dances on stage with no shoes, decorates rooms with found bird cages, and once made an art project that spelled out “You’re a twat” in artificial flowers. Even her success story has a bit of magic to it: H...

    Pillbox | November 14, 2011
  • Wobb's work features whimsical imagery

    Emily Wobb, a junior art student at Carnegie Mellon, opened her first solo show at The Frame last Friday to a small crowd of friends and curious passersby. Her bright, experimental paintings alongside handmade plush whale sharks and interactive coloring pages lent The Frame a light, fun air not usually found within the sterile white walls of the art gallery.

    Pillbox | October 10, 2011
  • Citywide Pittsburgh Biennial comes to campus

    The power of the collective is the center of attention at the Miller Gallery’s 2011 Pittsburgh Biennial exhibit, an exciting display of work by five local art organizations.

    Pillbox | September 19, 2011