Trading in clay for a drawing board

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Sierra Mcintosh '20, Reporter

At John Glenn High School, students have the ability to improve upon their artistic abilities in the most unlikely places, such as ceramics which is known for producing items. In Ms. Cole’s third hour, they produced drawings of their potential next project which they were about to start working on once they had figured out which drawing they wished to work on. Students were instructed to create six different pieces of drawn art so they could get a sense of what the idea would look like in physical form. Students make such creations each time they are assigned to make a project.

“I like doing drawings in the class because it gives me more ideas of what I want my project to be,” junior Cole Haas said. Most students in ceramics can agree that ceramics has the very same creativity as other classes such as art because students are encouraged to be more creative.