Sep 12, 2020
The class is fun and interesting. A lot of group discussions and experiments with multiple media (e. g. fabric, plaster, clay, wood, metal, acrylic, etc). It's a studio performance art class. I don't quite understand it because Rachel's explanation is very clear so it's not theatrical but transforming ordinary/invisible/daily actions into something noticeable. A challenging class because it makes your mind works a lot and because you need to perform in front of a public space... Nonetheless, fun.