Mello Wilsted ’22, from Oakland, California, is working on a Politics major, with a minor in architecture. In her own art practice, she is a multimedia artist: crochet, paper cutting, watercolor, drawing, bookbinding, printing and letterpress. She was an apprentice at David Goines and Richard Seiburt's shop, Saint Heironymous Press. She is a certified book binder by the San Francisco Center for the Book. Senior year of high school, she published a book on Oakland street art stickers, called SLAP! She is currently a writer and editor for the Arts and Culture section of the Justice. She is extremely excited to be a Lead UDR for the Creative Arts division and to be able to continue to promote the arts at Brandeis.
Division of Creative Arts
415 South Street
Waltham, MA 02453
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