Ballet & Snow
So last Friday I got to take a break from all my work for a little while. I went to go see a ballet with two of my friends. We got student tickets to Russian Suite and they were only $25. We went out to dinner before the show and ate Korean barbecue. When we got to the Academy of Music we had amazing seats--we half expected to be behind a big pole or something. We were at stage right on the first level. The show was great, and it was really nice to relax for a night.
Saturday the 29th was open house and it went really well. Even though we had horrible weather, lots of people seemed to show up. It was really cold having to be outside for tours.
I heard from my parents and brother in north New Jersey and they got a lot more snow than we did. My parents lost two trees in the yard and the neighborhood looked a mess. My brother lost power until Wednesday morning and had to bring his two cats to stay with my parents. Between the hurricane and this snow storm, they've had a really hard time this year.
I'm just starting to research residencies that I could do after graduation, and I think I've decided that I want to stay on the east coast for at least another year. I might do some traveling for a while, and eventually settle down at a graduate school. That's all I know for now though
I'm a senior Multidisciplinary major here at Uarts and I focus mainly on Sculpture. I really enjoy working in the woodshop and metal shop, but most of my work is some combination of every material I can get my hands on. In my spare time I love watching movies with friends and playing video games. I like experimenting with cooking and using friends and family as guinea pigs.