For our final ART 344 assignment we were given a list of prompts to choose from. Each project was completely different from each other, but
After a monthlong process, we finally completed our first project for Advanced Digital Processes. The project, named philately, is based off the word’s definition, a
For my third week of blind contouring, I decided to change my theme into something that I found more challenging—fabric folds. Not only are fabric
My second week of blind contouring went by surprisingly quick. As I stated in my post for the first week, I have shifted completely to
For our second half’s home project, we were given a choice to focus on one project from a list of many. I initially planned to
For our first assignment this semester, we visited the Romare Bearden Exhibit at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta and observed his art style
Before I started Leadership Prologue 101, a course that explores how liberal arts enhances good leadership, my definition of leadership was very rigid. I was
Like many female leaders from the 20th century, Coretta Scott King is often stripped of her lifelong activism and honored as a self-sacrificing mother instead.
For our final project in ART 144, we read an article called “Varvara Stepanova: The Result of the First Five-Year Project Plan” by Jessica Watson.
This was a combination of two projects, the first one consisting of creating a bridge that transitioned from one part of the color spectrum to