Introducing Volume 49 Issue No. 1…
“The music may be silent, but this event is all about speaking up!”
Cosplay continues to be a widely popularized art form that provides a welcoming community dedicated to sharing and expressing their creativity.
The world-wide obsession with superheroes in film and in comics reflects our deepest fears and desires within the human condition.
Kafui Sakyi-Addo, a senior majoring in Psychology at UAB, interviewed two fellow STEM students on the influence of art in both their personal and academic lives.
As game development continues to advance, the potential and popularity of indie game developers continues to sky rocket.
Lorde’s most recent album, “Solar Power”, challenges her previous artistic personas by radically reinventing her aesthetic and tone.
On Aug. 21, Aura participated in UAB’s Connect Fest, an annual event featuring food, music, and nearly 100 student organizations.
Ex nihilo is Latin for “out of nothing…”
Aura publishes artist spotlights to provide readers with the opportunity to get to know the authors and artists published in Vol. 48 Issue No. 1 of Aura Literary Arts Review. In our final artist spotlight article of the year, we introduce Taylor Lyon…