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Art Visits Dallas Zoo

Vanessa Zuleta

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To teach students how to capture moving objects, art students visited the Dallas Zoo on Oct. 31, to complete separate assignments based on their individual classes.

“It started as more of a way to get accessibility to live gesture drawing but has evolved into a wonderful adventure for drawing, painting, ceramics and photography,” teacher Dallas Williams said.

Photography students took photos to be posted online and the ceramics class will be creating vessels, mugs, or bowls with animal inspired art.

“During the trip, everyone went off and did their own assignments,” junior Fatema Dohadwala said. “It was nice to just be alone and focus on the task at hand, especially because of how hard it was to create sketches of moving things.”

Art has been going to the zoo for five years.

“I learned a lot during the trip, but I want to get better,” Dohadwala said. “I’m looking forward to next year because I will have gotten better and will be able to see that improvement in my art work.”

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