A piece of a song I made for someone that I hold close to my heart. By Michael Dixon
Month: June 2020
Sounds of a Sheltered City
A collection of poems for the pandemic.
The Mostly Underrated Artists Collage
This is a collage of artists that I enjoy listening to. The program that I used to design the collage is Pixlar. In Pixlar, I cut out images of different artists that I found on […]
Animal Crossing And Its Continued Relevance
Animal Crossing games are known for their relaxing music, entertaining villagers, and addicting activities. Above all, this series helps players maintain a sense of normalcy especially during stressful times, which is particularly critical during COVID-19 and the current shelter in place orders across the world.
Students worked with the liquify feature in Photoshop.
Death of the Author
I’ve always really loved Harry Potter. The books absolutely defined my childhood, and I often return to them when looking for something to reread. This is why I am so disturbed by J.K. Rowling’s recent transphobic comments. I really looked up to her as a child, and it hurts to see her publicly rebuke a marginalized community.
5 Things Gen-Z Can Learn From Classic Literature
What lessons can Generation Z learn from literary classics? Here are five culturally relevant morals that all 21st-century readers should know.
Set Of Collages
Set of collages by Dara Kashayar.
Don’t Judge The Book By Its Cover: A Poetic Commentary
We judged that brother that acts disobedient and rebellious, but we never realized that his mother suffers addiction and his father disappeared like magic. He steals phones and laptops to feed himself and his siblings every night. Don’t judge a book by it’s cover.