In the basement of the 300 building on Lee campus, members of the at club get to bring their ideas to a sense of reality.
“I take delight in how us members of the art club get to express ourselves in a non verbal way,” 11th Anna Ortiz said. “Saying how we feel in the moment could lead to arguments and hurt feelings but it’s not that way with art.”
Being in art means getting to see other member’s art work, which is always interesting.
“I get a kick out of seeing what the students create because there’s so many extraordinary outcomes,” Art teacher Cruz Ortiz said. “Unlike math or history class where there’s only one correct answer and that’s that.
Being in art is not tough at all, as long as you have an open mind.
“Being an addition to art isn’t crucial at all,” 11th Anna Ortiz said. “Us students get to pick how we work which creates a cozy environment to perform in.”