BLARM: Metamorphosis

Welcoming all to enjoy BLARM

Poster made by BLARM editor

Savannah Bridgeford

Poster made by BLARM editor

Jennifer Pereyra, Reporter

Interested in Art and Literature? Then join BLARM, Battle’s Art and Literature Review Magazine. Students meet to review student art submissions and create a magazine which is published at the end of the school year. 

Whether you’re an artist, writer, or neither, BLARM is open for anyone who is curious or simply appreciates art or literature. Every year students get together and evaluate student submissions and put together a collection of artwork, poems, stories, photos and piece them together in a magazine which is distributed in May. 

This year’s 9th edition theme is Metamorphosis: “change of physical form, structure, or substance especially by supernatural means” as defined by Merriam Webster.

“We ask artists and writers to submit pieces that kind of help define that theme,” Anne Borgmeyer, BLARM adviser, said. 

BLARM is made up of advisors Jody Spriggs (Art), Daniel Gammon (Creative writing), Anne Borgmeyer (Design Layout), editor Savannah Bridgeford, and those students that decide to join. 

“I am the Editor of BLARM. I lead our meetings, organize and collect BLARM’s submissions from students, make posters and announcements about BLARM, and at the end of the year, design our magazine which we print and publish,” said Bridgeford. 

BLARM meets every other Tuesday from 4:05 to 5, mainly in H214A and sometimes J209. Contact [email protected] for more information, submissions can be made by emailing your artwork and creative writing to [email protected].