FAA 110: In Review

Written by: Nora Guerrero
What a great ride it’s been being in FAA 110: Art in Motion! The semester kicked off with some very fun events which we will recap below. Refer to the links below to see the original blog posts. The class was manageable, and a nice break from traditional classes. Going to class once a week and an event took me out of my regular comfort zone. It’s a great way to get immersed into the other sides of artistic culture on campus – and there is so much talent.

Krannert’s 50th Anniversary Kick-off Party

Erica Gressman Performance: Limbs

Marcus Tardelli: The Energy of Music

Art of Chicago

Play: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

La Boheme: A Unique View into Young Love

 

A Thursday Evening with Lauren Turk

Well, there you have it folks! I enjoyed this class so much that I am actually taking the Spring semester section as well – as long as no foreseeable problems occur with my schedule! As a senior graduating in May, this is definitely going down as one of my favorite classes to take and to recommend to others. Get to know the rest of what the university has to offer outside of your major and career goals – you’ll never know who you might just meet!

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.