Day in the Life of Learning at Penn State

For my photojournalism class, I have had so many fun assignments and have taken so many pictures I really love!

But this week we had the theme of a “Day in the life of learning at Penn State” where everyone in the class went to two learning areas and took photos. I reached out to my one friend, Margaret Muench, who took me around the ceramics studio as well as a theatre class which was all about set design. Anyway, below are my photos from the few hours of shooting!

Day in the life of learning
Theatre students Abbey Wiker, left, and Carolyn Harper, right, work on designing theater sets during their Theatre 451: Draft/Draw/Paint class taught by Andrew Haag, center, on Friday, October 21, 2016 in the Visual Arts Building in University Park, Pa. (Photo: Megan Krause)
Day in the life of learning
Theatre majors Abbey Wiker, left, Carolyn Harper, center, and Regina Joslin observe the 3D printing process of a column during their Theatre 451: Draft/Draw/Paint class on Friday, October 21, 2016 in the Visual Arts Building in University Park, Pa. The column is in the second hour of its five hour print time. (Photo: Megan Krause)
Day in the life of learning
Drawing and painting major Sue Kim works on the legs of one of her âgirls,â a set of almost life-sized clay figurines in the ceramic studio of the Visual Arts Building on Friday, October 21, 2016 in University Park, Pa. These figurines as well as paintings by Kim will appear in her first independent show set to open in November. (Photo: Megan Krause)
Day in the life of learning
Elham Hajesmaeili researches traditional mosque and Iranian designs for the inside of her fragile ceramic sculpture in the ceramic studio of the Visual Arts Building on Friday, October 21, in University Park, Pa. Hajesmaeili uses her art to reconcile the differences between the Iranian and American cultures and to help others understand what it is like to live in America as an Iranian. (Photo: Megan Krause)

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