Day Two – Students Beginning Their Projects and…Ooops!

Bali, Indonesia, July 21, 2015. Day Two of Foundry finds students moving forward with their projects and sometimes finding, well, that the selected project won’t work!

But here is where the instructors step in. Many students discover that a slight modification results in a workable project that is often more interesting than their original.  Thus the Foundry learning process proceeds.

The day saw students reviewing work among themselves, as well as a special class by Claire Rosen on marketing oneself.  The day ended with reviews of all student portfolios by different instructors than their own.

Workshop participants Agung Parameswara of Indonesia, and Khairil Safwan and Joshua Paul Gilbert of Malaysia review work the old-fashioned way.  ©Neal Jackson
Workshop participants Agung Parameswara of Indonesia, and Khairil Safwan and Joshua Paul Gilbert of Malaysia review work the old-fashioned way. ©Neal Jackson

 

Claire Rosen lectures on marketing your skills, drawing a packed classroom of eager students. © Neal Jackson
Claire Rosen lectures on marketing your skills, drawing a packed classroom of eager students. © Neal Jackson

 

 

Instructor Tewfic El-Sawy reviewing student work  at Betelnut Cafe. © Neal Jackson
Instructor Tewfic El-Sawy reviewing student work at Betelnut Cafe. © Neal Jackson
Paula Bronstein reviews the portfolio of student Mette Lampcov. © Neal Jackson
Paula Bronstein reviews the portfolio of student Mette Lampcov. © Neal Jackson
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