Hi!! This is a blog post about a Renaissance project in humanities. The project was focused around Renaissance innovations and how they changed the world! The work above is my finished triptych. The idea of this triptych is to visually represent how innovations from Asia and Europe changed the world! This was project was a … Continue reading My Radical Renaissance work!
Hi there! This is a blog post about a drawing project in Maker! The goal of this project was to develop our drawing ability! There were four assignments for the project and each one focused on a different skill. The first skill was learning about lines and pressure, second was doodling, third was lights and … Continue reading Finding fun with drawing!!
Hello there! This a reflection of a humanities project focused around the Middle Ages, if you are here on purpose just keep on reading! If you’ve miss-clicked, feel free to leave, but if this topic interests you I encourage you to stick around!! The title of this blog post, “How did the quest for power … Continue reading “How did the quest for power impact people’s lives in the Middle Ages?”
Project overview: Welcome! This is a reflection and review of my first exhibition project! In case you aren’t familiar, this project was built around James Cameron’s Avatar. The guiding question and prompt, for the project was “What does James Cameron’s fantasy world of ‘Avatar’ reveal about our own society?” The idea for our project was … Continue reading Avatar: The Way of Water Exhibition Reflection
The driving question for this project is “how might I use the still image to create and communicate through technology?” Encase you’re wanting a somewhat proper explanation of this project: The goal of this project is to learn about provoking emotion, and good storytelling through still images! We learned about this by taking pictures of … Continue reading Making Interesting Images
I started off a bit slow with deciding on a topic and Maddie kindly assisted with countering my indecisiveness. In the end I chose “Queer characters in media.” After choosing what I personally find to be a sincerely engaging topic writing the posts felt natural and it proved difficult to refrain from writing additional posts. … Continue reading Geek out blogging challenge reflection! 🙂
The casting for any visual media is significant to the impact and credibility of the entertainment. My opinion on casting actors for queer roles is they must have at least one queer actor within the show. It’s like actors ie Tom Holland playing American characters though he himself is British, no one takes issue with … Continue reading My opinion on why queer actors need to be cast in queer shows!
First of all “queer characters in media,” I know, it’s not exactly the flashiest title. If you manage to think up a catchier name let me know! With my “admirable” talent for unoriginal, bland, and wordy titles out of the way. Let’s approach conversation that’s both relevant to our topic and, hopefully, engaging. The existence … Continue reading Queer characters in media, and why they matter to me.
Say hello to my first blog reflection post!! Are you excited??? Cause I am! This post is a reflection on my first few pieces of work in Maker (which is essentially an ADST class) and how they represent who I am as a PLP learner! The evidence I will be including is: My digital selfie, … Continue reading Kennedy’s Maker Recap
Hi there, Thanks for checking out my project blog ☺️ This is my all about me post, if you are here by accident, sorry this isn’t what your looking for but I hope you’ll stick around! If you’re here on purpose thanks, I appreciate it!! My name’s Kennedy, I’m a nonbinary student graduating in 2027. … Continue reading All About Me!!