An Octopus’s Garden

Reflection questions for Hillcrest students!! If you didn’t answer these questions in class, please comment and give us your answers! No name needed, just tell us your age.
1. What have you learned while working on this project?
2. What was your favorite part of the project?
3. What was the hardest part of the project?
4. Has your view of plastic changed? If yes, how has it changed?


More pictures coming soon!

2 thoughts on “An Octopus’s Garden

  1. The Octopus’s Garden was a learning experience for all of us. As one of the art teachers at Hillcrest it surprised me as to how the parents, administration, and students responded to this project. Although there were many times throughout the process that many of us felt frustration, in the end it was nothing but success. Kudos to Kayla and Brandon for approaching Norwin S. D. In the first place you have left an immense mark on your Alma mater and your former teachers! This endeavor would never have been successful without their passion and insight. It has also left a major impact on the views of What is art? As well as consumption of plastics and recycling.

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