This Sunday was our last class with Sally Glass. For our project (directly inspired by FOCUS artist Fred Tomaselli’s work Flipper, 2008), students were given a piece of 20 x 30 inch paper that had been prepped during the previous class—each had been painted black, and the overall pattern of the project had been drawn on. Students continued to cut images they felt a connection to from magazines and newspapers. Everyone was given total freedom of source material. Once all of the collage elements were cut out, students applied their selections to their individual sheets of paper. Though everyone had essentially the same structure drawn on their page, each student interpreted those set lines differently. By the end of class, everyone finished their individual collages while the larger work was assembled. The project turned out great and perfectly reflected the individual/group dynamic that makes the Modern’s Teen/Artist Project such a success. Thank you, Sally Glass!