Students define and explain the importance of exhibitions in order to showcase their hard work.
[MUSIC PLAYING] An exhibition is where kids show off the project and show all the things they’ve been working on.
Because usually you’re in front of your work telling the people what you did. Or maybe you’re outside handing flyers and telling people what the project is about or maybe giving a speech or something. So every time it’s something new.
I think we do it to show the community what we’re doing and the impactful work that we do. And I feel like the audience was necessary for an exhibition because if you were to just stand in front of your work then, who are you showing? What’s the point if you’re not even going to show anybody the awesome work that you did?
Telling everybody, hey, look. Look at what I did this semester. Look at what I have been putting sweat, and tears into.
I feel like an exhibition can never be boring because every year, you can’t expect the same thing because maybe the projects are way different. And maybe it’s at school. Maybe it’s out of campus. I like the change in how it’s never the same.
At first, I feel nervous because I feel like, what if they’re not interested? But then at the end, I feel like it was all worth it. It’s really great getting to share work and not just keeping it in your classroom and take it home. I just feel amazing at the end of the exhibition because then you’re like, all this work you’ve been doing, hard work for once, and then it’s like at the end, it finally pays off.