Here we are. The beginning of the end has come to us first year MFA students. I’ve been bogged down with all sorts of work: readings, 15-page papers, final projects, augmented reality projects, etc…. needless to say it has been a little crazy! Luckily my final project images have been selected, printed and are primed to go up on the gallery wall for our big-time end of semester critique! You can see my finalized project here: A Lost Man.
It feels good to have a clear view of the end, and the journey here has been a long and exciting one! Up next is a month of retrospection, new mentor selection, project proposal writing and most importantly relaxing. I’m glad that I have a new idea in the works, and have already had a brief meeting with the wonderful Crystal Tursich, who will hopefully be my mentor going in to the spring semester.
Paper is finished. Augmented reality is close behind (will post about that when It is completed). Just a few short leaps and bounds to the end of the first semester, and the beginning of so much more.
“I seldom end up where I wanted to go, but almost always end up where I need to be.” – Douglas Adams