Arts + Technology: How Game Design is Shaping my Future as an Artist.
I’m the youngest person in my very large family, always surrounded by successful and amazing and beautiful people who are constantly achieving things I could never imagine doing myself. As the youngest, it has been difficult to project my voice in the crowd. I know I’m loved, but that doesn’t guarantee anything. The only way I could find my voice was through the arts, and arts management has helped me so much. And even though I’m in the computer science and engineering school
Competing at College Dance Team Nationals from an Arts Management Perspective
Being a naïve senior in high school, I remember trying out for the Miami University Dance Team. I remember knowing that they did styles I had never tried before but assumed I would be able to catch on fast; After all, one of my strengths had always been being able to pick up choreography. It didn’t end up being that easy. As a freshman at Miami University, I struggled with making the transitions to sharp, hitting movements and forcing myself to match the people next to me. It
Finding my Voice through Interior Design, Dance, & Arts Entrepreneurship
When you hear the phrase “Interior Designer” what do you automatically think of? It might be an image of one of the famous HGTV shows that makes their money on renovating homes for couples and families. It might be an image of what you see when you walk into your local Hobby Lobby or Michael’s – a combination of flowers, mirrors, wall paintings, and various furniture pieces. In fact, it might even be a personal consultant coming to your own home, to help you pick out a new pa