Or if there was something you wish you learned or have done differently, what would it be?
Learning how to code in 3d was super interesting to me (being able to code at all was too) this class really put me outside of my comfort zone and I was very happy to learn the things I did.
I had a lot of fun going to Figge! I thought it was really cool to get to see some other examples of art, and I had fun with all of you too! My favorite project is probably my final project, but I haven't seen the end result yet!
Wow, me too, would you ever visit the Figge again? And do you have an idea of how long your video will be?
Yeah, I would go back! Especially since they have some new exhibits opening. My video is going to be 1 - 2 minutes long I think, but I may trim it depending on what happens.
I have enjoyed working on my final project thus far because we were given a decent amount of time to come up with our best work! What has been your highlight?
I am excited to see your project. I enjoyed consulting hours and the Figge because I was able to socialize with many people. Are you excited to show your work in the art fair?
I am very excited because I feel like I have put a lot of effort into this project and I can't wait to let other people see what I have been working on. Do you feel the same way?
Yes because it will be fun to see everyone's reaction. If you had an option to redo your project would you switch ideas or keep it?
I think I would keep it! I am proud of my work :)
I also really enjoyed going to the Figge! I think it has inspired me to look at more art and think about art more.
Me too, would you go to the Figge again? Or perhaps a different art museum?
I enjoy doing my final project now; even though, I have to struggle to figure out how printing 3d works.
I personally enjoyed the trip to Figge. I learned so many art styles and the meanings behind them. Thank you Professor and everyone for an amazing J-term. Wish you all the best for the final