Jamie Cesanek

Jamie Cesanek is a junior at Indiana University Bloomington pursuing a degree in journalism, specifically news editing and reporting. Her specialization is in photojournalism, but she is also pursuing minors in French and sociology. Jamie’s plans for the spring semester are to study abroad in Rennes, France, where she will finish her French minor and potentially a certificate. When she goes abroad she hopes to travel around Europe and develop her photography skills. In the future Jamie wants to live in New York city, where her sisters live, and work for a magazine or news station.



Projects by Jamie Cesanek

Calligraphy Magazine Design

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Indiana University has many hidden gems on campus. One of these attractions is a calligraphy class offered at the Asian Culture Center on 10th street. The course is offered weekly on Wednesdays from 5 to 6 p.m. at the center. Its instructors are two students of Chinese descent that learned the art of calligraphy at tender age of seven.

In many corners of the world, students learn to write in their own language in primary school. Duohong Xia and Zheng Guan are no exception. The two men, who attend Indiana University, are skilled at calligraphy because it has always been a part of them. When they first learned it, they used both a soft and hard pen to write it. Now, they use mostly the hard pen to save time while writing.


Learning the Art of Chinese Writing

Indiana University has many hidden gems on campus. One of these gems is a calligraphy class offered at the Asian Culture Center on 10th street. The course is offered weekly on Wednesdays from 5 to 6 p.m. at the center. Its instructors are two students of Chinese descent that learned the art of calligraphy at tender age of seven.

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