This week we went to MCASD for the second time and it was super fun. I feel like this was one of everyone's favorite part of the week because we created our own zine’s based on our social issue. It was the first time I had ever individually really actually made a zine, and with more than one art style. I went out of my comfort zone but still made it me. The cool thing about this activity was that everyone was super into it and proud of their work. It seemed that a lot of people were into the topic they chose for their social issue so they were super inclined to make a great symbolic piece. I also feel like we all supported each other and did an amazing job. This was one a great memory because I felt like we were bonding throughout this activity, I don’t know a feeling that felt really good.
I learned that when someone is learning or has the freedom to combine education and you’re personal passion or interest, it’s like the best combo because it’s when you make the best work. When people are actually inclined to do the most, and people can share it with ease.
This reminded me of the teenage brain and the reward system how when given something it liked, it wants more of it, that feeling to come back. Like when talking about something that interests you, you aren’t afraid to talk about it or learn more since you are into that topic.
I am curious to know if there is a way to make something be liked or make something more engaging.
Hi, my name is Anna Nicole.