Art & Soul is a creative art and literary magazine that gives Honolulu CC students an outlet to showcase their creativity in all types from drawing/painting, photography, poetry, literature, music, digital art, fashion technology, cosmetology, crafting, etc. The magazine was first published in the 1970s called the Trades. By the early 2000s, the name changed to Art & Soul and has been around campus until vanishing from publication since 2005. After a decade, Art & Soul was brought back in 2016 and continues to publish creative works from many talented Honolulu CC students and alumni in the following issues to come.

Art & Soul is published by the Student Media Board of Honolulu Community College. The magazine is produced and edited entirely by Honolulu CC students and is financed through the Student Media Fee. The magazine’s content reflects the views of the Student Media Board, which reserves the right to edit content for publication. Copyright by the Honolulu Community College Student Media Board. No content published in Art & Soul may be reprinted or republished without the permission of the original artist.

Students are welcome to submit any creative work to feature in the magazine. Email your submission to hccartandsoul@gmail.com or deliver in person to the Student Media Board office, building 2, room 115.

Hawai’i Publishers Association’s 2017 Annual Pa’i Awards

First place in Student Design (Print) with “Art & Soul” campus creative arts magazine published by Nekemiah Williams, Tiera Spencer, Vania Graves, Alyssa Baligad, and Steffanie Sobitz.

Second place in Student Video with “Art & Soul” by Tiera Spencer, Nekemiah Williams, and Alyssa Baligad.

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