Art is a beautiful thing. I always drew when I was little because I knew I was good at it. I used to draw many fictional characters from cartoons and videogames. I loved drawing because whenever
I showed my friends, they'd be so envious of my skills. Although I was, I had lost my artistic inspiration in time but MoMA: Summer in the making has helped me rediscover my interest in creating all kinds of images.
Even though I was confused at many artworks in the museum, it made me realize how people could wrap themselves around pictures
and interpret them. I had never deeply thought about art the way other people did and now I know that I should try because it will make me more perceptive and imaginative. Besides the art exhibitions, I had a good time in the printmaking class even though it was very new to me. All art is the same in the sense of making
visual things. Producing them is another story. The process of making a print may be difficult, especially for me, but it pays off when you’ve realized you made an awesome picture. I thank MoMA for all the wonderful things it has taught me and wouldn't mind attending again.
Students reflect on what they’ve learned, review films, critique
architecture, and interview artists.