I’ve been vaguely considering doing an independent study (for sure) and/or a senior honors project (maybe) for studio art next year. I’d have to get the approval of the department like, now, and I’d have to find a faculty sponsor, and I’m not totally sure I have the ballz to do it. Basically, it would mean having a small solo show or one huge installation project or something like that probably during the spring. I’m not really an installation piece kind of artist, everything I do is teeny, so it would have to be a solo show, most likely at the TAC Gallery. Do I really have the guts to undertake this project? Will I really feel confident enough in my work in a year’s time to fill up a whole entire (okay, small) gallery with my own work? Still, since I don’t want to pursue studio art as a full-on career, this is kind of a once-in-a-lifetime chance to produce something potentially awesome. There’s only one professor who I know well enough to ask to be my sponsor (well, two, but I still haven’t figured out if the second one likes me or hates me sooo no thanks). DECISIONS.
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