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In my project, I talk about the British BBC sci-fi show Dr. Who. For my deliverable, I made a scale model of the TARDIS, The Doctor's (main character) time machine and a research paper.
The project is about indigenous aboriginal people in Australia and focuses a lot on the impact of colonization, culture, and religion.
There are lots of roads to take when relating to film making as a career. I explored different mediums of film I haven't tried. I also tried different writing styles ending with one final film as my deliverable. I worked with the concept of a unique view of things, making everything a story. I hope to see this be an example of my work to kick start my career in film. I want to find a path that suits me well and I get to make things I am proud of in the end. I want people to know the name "Keys".
I have been working on woodburning for a year and making this board for our Student of the Block display was a chance to try my skills on a bigger scale than I had done in the past. It is entirely wood burned and it took as many hours as a grade level project. I’m hopefully going to pain a boarder on some 2x4s to add a bit of color but that will be another project.
It has been a goal of mine for about a year now to build a computer. I decided to commit to it last November. I contacted a student studying computer science at Macalester college to support me and I built it within two months. I wrote a paper about my process, problems I ran into, and the parts of the computer.
Jewelry making has always interested me. Over the last year I have been collecting tools and honing my crafting skills to the point where I have so many unique pairs of earrings and necklaces that I didn’t know what to do with them all. I decided to learn how to build a business, how to make it profitable enough to support itself, and how to do all of this in a cost-effective and environmentally-friendly manner. Today I have GrayMoonArts, the culmination of months of curating my collection and learning photography skills and building a website from nothing.
It's a piece of writing that I made. I recently finalized the project and my advisor suggested that I should submit it to this, so I did!
I wrote a paper about the history and evolution of human rights. It starts with the Magna Carta and goes until now. I chose to do this project for many reasons, mainly because I want to pursue a career in human rights in the future.
I will get my pilots license, and give a presentation on the process.
I made several projects in the shop. My best work this year was my treasure chest and the chessboard which I use for chess club.
This slide presentation shows a timeline of my art process. Starting with the inspiration of my parents art, to the art I did before starting this project including realistic and anime styles. It then shows my beginning in exploration of realistic art, specifically in human face structures. The next slides show my work in my St.Kates PSEO drawing class and the work I did outside of class. The final piece was a way to bring in all I had learned. I took pictures around the Twin Cities at night with my friend Jiahong B. I took those pictures and edited them together to create a singular reference. To up the challenge I decided to paint the final on a 4x4 ft canvas. The final slide is the result shown. I used gouache and acrylic paint.
This project was inspired about finding out about Day Zero- a campaign in South Africa designed to find solutions to their water shortage problem. The fact that they were successful in avoiding 'day zero' got me motivated to learn about other solutions to environmental issues. This project was important to me because I've always cared about environmental issues.
This painting of Claudette Colvin is a group project about people who didn't get credit for making history.
These are screenshots of the venue we have built for an online prom. While not yet complete, these give a fairly good idea of the final product. The event itself is scheduled for May 15; between now and then, more screenshots will likely be added to that folder. The "Buildings" subfolder has not been updated recently, but the "Progress Shots" (screenshots taken over the course of the project from the same positions and give an idea of how construction has progressed) are being updated fairly regularly and reach back to day 1.
This is a deliverable of a project I did where I made a movie about my two cats Marty and Malcolm this is by no means a high budget film but it is still great
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