Jo Talks about Art Class
Virtual Tours by Students
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So different class is speaking, usually are more creative based, using on closer terms with Professor just because the class sizes smaller there about like, uh, nine to thirty people per class. That depends, of course, on the class, but you learn a lot of new skills. It's about experimentation on what you're comfortable with, what you're good with as it was, a kind of trying different things, improving upon skills you already had and just learning how to be successful in whether you want to be in the artist world. You seem a little overwhelming just because they discussed a lot of new material, especially freshman year during a show. Once you get into the groove of where you want to and what you want to do and understand what what's expected of you, and then it just gets so much easier. One of the main things that it's super super important to know about this kind of like work environment is they have to learn how to manage your time. I mean, not applies, like anybody in college, but especially in the art department, because a lot of work you do is time intensive, whether stop motion animation or really long documentary video at it. You do have a sense of control, so you can decide how detailed it in depth. So although there are a lot of things that are required of you, you have control and you have the ability to express yourself, which is honestly amazing.