Wk10-Art Experience-Fiber Art Social Network

The term social network, in my opinion, refers to online tools that connect people together. In real life, I would not say that I have a social network, I would just say that I have friends. I think that having truly meaningful relationships with 150 people would be pretty hard, but I’m sure that it is possible. Personally, I think that I would rather have a few close friends than a lot of friends that I can’t really connect with as well. With this activity, I realized that I do not really know that many people in art class. I did not know anyone before, and I only know a couple of people through the classmate conversations. Despite this, those few people I met were very nice and I enjoyed talking to all of them. Here are some of them pinned with the red string next to me.

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To me, friendship is truly something that is priceless. For other people that may be different though. Some people may enjoy having many friends and try to connect with everyone. Personally, I am very shy, so I don’t really like to talk to people as much. I definitely prefer having few friends to having a lot of friends. That way, I am able to build more meaningful relationships with the people I know as opposed to just being acquainted with a lot of people. This activity was quite interesting though, and the way the room turned out was pretty cool. It looked like a crime scene investigation with all of the pictures and yarn used. Overall though, I enjoyed this activity and it was nice to see that I had actually made a couple of friends in this class.

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Here is a drawing of my personal network.

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