What was frustrating about the project?
Kendra: It was frustrating to think of an idea that fits the theme.
Matt: It took me ages to get the right materials.
Keren: Trying to find a song.
Amanda: From the blogger side of things, it was frustrating coming up with questions that everyone can fully answer. When the bloggers had to contribute during spring break, it made it easier to relate and come up with well written questions.
Denika: There were no guidelines or rules to follow. I wasn't too sure on how to start the project, but once I did it went really well.
Cassandra: There was no structure, no deadlines and no rules. I didn't know how much progress I was expected to make each day. I also felt lost for inspiration.
How do you think this process went?
Kendra: It was slow at the start, most of us didn't know what to do. Once we had an idea, it went well.
Everyone made something different in artistic ways.
Keren: It was okay, just super slow for me.
Matt: It went well, although I did most of it at home.
Amanda: It could have been better, we could have used our time more wisely.
Anna: I think the process was okay. We got off topic but other than that, it was good.
Denika: Overall, the process went really well. We were a little unsure of how and where to start, but once we knew what we were doing, we did a solid job.
Summer: The process went well and everyone did a good job at doing their best.
What did you like about this project?
Kendra: I liked that this project focused on art, also that the theme was something that I was interested in.
Matt: I enjoyed the freedom.
Amanda: I enjoyed the amount of freedom given to us.
Summer: I liked drawing the pictures and I had fun doing it.
Did it turn out the same way you initially planned?
Kendra: I thought we were going to do this project more as a team. Also, I thought it was going to be a 3d landscape.
Matt: No, it was even more freedom than expected. Like, oh boy!
Keren: Not quite. It was harder to find the materials I needed than I thought it would be.
Amanda: It turned out a little differently than expected, but I was surprised that mine turned out that good. I think this project proved just how much we are capable of if we just try.
Denika: I initially planned on making a collage, that was about how our choir environment should be, but instead it turned into random pictures that I like.
Summer: Yes it did.
What was hard about it?
Kendra: Hard to explain and lead the class throughout the project.
Matt: Getting progress done, it took a while to get started.
Amanda: It was difficult starting on something, because we all want it to be perfect right away and get frustrated when it doesn't. Once I started, it grew into something better.
Cassandra: The hardest part for me was finding the motivation to get started, because we didn't have anyone telling us what to do.