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Fine Arts Problems

Posted on: November 15th, 2012 by Susan Moskop

This week I had a major project due in my Visual Communication class. Of course, the night before I was having issues with glue, ink and everything in between.

So how did I deal with this? I turned my room into a visual communication studio, basically. I needed a decent sized work-space that would alow me to be hands-on, messy and most importantly I needed quiet.

I took my kitchen table and covered it with newspaper, which I convinently moved right in front of the tv. I worked on mounting my project for hours and laid my finished boards all over the room to dry.

Being a student in the Fine Arts department, creating a medium like this to work in is so important. The only downside is reasurring your roommate that you will clean up the mess the very next day.

After scrambling for a few hours, I took my project in for critique and await a final grade!

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