Muse Project Museum Shows Creativity of Freshman Class
This year, 9th graders augmented their understanding of Greek mythology and Homer's Odyssey by using modern methods of storytelling to create their own personal mythologies.
On Wednesday evening, January 13th, students presented their projects to their peers and families. In classrooms throughout Mullady Hall, "Muse Projects" demonstrated creative, and often sophisticated applications of STEAM. Students used filmmaking, photography, social media, graphic design, and more to support their narratives. In projects ranging from handmade books to video games and a 3D-printed original chess set, students showed ingenuity, playfulness and introspection in their storytelling.