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INTRO TO Sculpture

“The variety of artists and work I encountered that semester opened my mind to the huge scope of what sculpture—and therefore art—could be.

ishould have been excited; instead I was full of dread and my imposter syndrome was flaring up big-time. I imagined it would be like stepping into a room with all my favorite famous quilters. Would they smile and be nice to me? Probably, yes. Would I feel small, untalented and out of place? Also, undoubtedly, yes.

Over a decade after leaving

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