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Celina’s Map



6 thoughts on “Celina’s Map

  1. I’m thinking about making either a short film that incorporates my interests: art, photography, film, theater, dance, and writing or a scrapbook with pictures of the things listed above.

    Posted by cvflores | April 11, 2011, 11:53 am
  2. Maybe you could do a film about the nature of art, what makes something like theater or dance art, and compare them all? You could also try to answer the question “what is art” by comparing everything you listed and put it in essay or film form

    Posted by shomaristafford | April 25, 2011, 2:18 pm
  3. yeah I agree with Shomari, you need to narrow your idea and possibly ask a question or address a problem. Why do you like all these things? Why do you like art? What does it mean to you? Why do you want to incorporate all these things? Why do these all mean something to you?

    Posted by Dana | April 27, 2011, 12:07 am
  4. The questions from Shomari and Dana are really important. The question about what it means to be an artist is interesting, but it isn’t specific enough. If you want to deal with dance/theater/photography/etc, you might want to think about how these different ‘mediums’ treat a specific interest you have (like, for instance, japanese costumes. or something.) It’s far too broad at this point. How has your thinking re: the project changed over the break?

    Posted by Christina Jenkins | April 28, 2011, 12:17 am
  5. I like your map and how you drew it. It’s colorful! I think that you should focus on atleast one of your interests though. I agree with Shomari and Dana and Ms. Jenkins. You can probably combine all of your interest under one idea; art. I think Photography and dance or writing can go together. OR film and theater.

    Posted by Brigitte | April 28, 2011, 10:42 am


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