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Senior Projects Involving Art Impress the Community

by Trevor Hopkins on Friday, June 5th, 2015

Hannah Iafrati ‘15

What is your Senior Project?

My friend and I are making one to four minute stop-animated films based on scenes from Shakespere’s plays.

Why did you decide to do this project? Why is it significant to you?

I knew I wanted to do something where at the end I had something physical that I’d created, some sign of the month of work. I’ve always been really interested in things like writing and clay, but those are art forms I’ll probably work at for my entire life, so I decided to work on animation, something I enjoy deeply that I may never get another opportunity to do.

Have you been enjoying your project? If so in what ways and what have you enjoyed most?

Of course I’ve been enjoying my project. I love feeling independent and working on my own schedule and feeling like a real adult for a brief minute of my life. But I think what I enjoy most about my project is after a set is built, or after a big day of filming, just being able to look around and think “wait. I did that. I made that.”

Have there been any surprises so far during your project/ time off or has it been exactly what you expected?

I didn’t realize how much problem solving this project would be. My partner and I spend about thirty minutes a day actually taking our stop motion pictures and about five hours total figuring out how to get the angle we want or how to take the photos without a working remote or how to make the characters float or fly or fall.

Clarie Huffman ‘15

What is your Senior Project?

I’m doing a pottery project making a dinner set of 6 plates, 6 bowls, and 6 cups.

Why did you decide to do this project? Why is it significant to you?

I did this project because I love ceramics and I have always wanted to do a big project, which I never had time for during school when I was taking ceramics and advanced independent art.

Have you been enjoying your project? If so in what ways and what have you enjoyed most?

I’ve enjoyed my project a lot because it is on my own time and very stress-free. I’m very proud of the work I’ve done and I also like that it’s very functional and I’ll be able to use the dinner set when it’s done.

Have there been any surprises so far during your project or has it been exactly what you expected?

I thought I would be mostly focused on my projects, but in reality I spent more time hanging out with friends and enjoying the spring, and the project was more of a smaller part of every day.

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