Friday, May 8, 2015

Honors project depicts visions of 'home'

Depictions of 'home' by volunteers ages 3 to 70.
Chandler-Gilbert Community College Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society students completed and posted their Honors in Action project for the spring semester. The exhibit, titled “Home,” is based on the honor society’s theme Quests of Human Expression. The focus of the exhibit is to show the similarities and differences in genders and generations by the expression of art, with emphasis on what the idea of home means to different individuals.

The exhibit is comprised of diverse drawings by volunteers, both student and public, ages 3 to 70, that depict home. The exhibit can be viewed on the first floor of the library.

Participating students collaborated with art faculty Ted Wolter, who provided insight on what medium of art to use, and recruited the efforts of Zoila Tovar-Blank and the Psychology Club, who analyzed the artwork. They also received support from Phi Theta Kappa Co-Advisor Noel Morelos.

Submitted by Chris Schnick, Interim Dean of Arts and Sciences

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