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Comfortable, happy. Internet access bit of a pain but front desk was helpful.
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... it all and it has become a big head ache. I assigned everyone an artist and I get organize a team to make all the boxes for the prints, all while working on my own work for the final show. I am going a little crazy but I am excited to receive work from all my friends and professors so in the end I guess it is worth the headache. And I realize I like being in charge, if you didn’t already know that about me.
Right now ...
... so feel free to email me back. I am not taking my computer to Sweden, I am giving myself a break from technology and going to read a new art criticism book I bought. It has been pointed out to me recently that I am a nerd. (I am always first to class, Thanks Bruce Mace for being the guilty voice in my head about being on time) But if loving what you do is nerdy, then I am ok with it.
Write you all after Sweden! I will take lots of photos of course! ...
... sick all the next morning on the bus to wroclaw. We arrived in wroclaw and had KFC for lunch as it was beside the hostel and we had to wait half an hour for our room to be ready. After checkin in we walked the city- wroclaw has some funky street art like the "missing pedestrian" a group of people who look like they are ...
... a disco blared.
Then it was off to one of the coolest bars I've been in. I'm talking about the building here, but everything else was cool too. It was a Bohemian hangout, what with starving artists, gays, SMOKERS (gag, I thought it was banned inside, but I wasn't going to say anything), dancers, hipsters, revolutionaries and one ragtag American couple. And why not, Bohemia is just SW of here!
It was a Beaux Arts designed bar and ...
Compared to the camp in Lithuania, I have been finding myself making extremely individualized lessons for each of my classes since the ages are extremely varied and each class tends to be a little bit different. Although I changed my lessons for the each group slightly in Lithuania, it seemed necessary to do it more here in Poland because my age range was from 8-16 year olds. During the first day of camp, when each class went around and met each teacher for ten minutes, ...