"Living Arts taught me that everything is an art. Playing piano is an art, dancing is an art, sure. But computer programming is an art. Archaeological excavation is an art. Art is beautiful and art is everywhere.
I started my undergrad as an architecture major. That was not my art. The support network I had at Living Arts pushed me to look further. I landed in anthropology, a place where I thought there was only science, but I managed to find the art. Designing museum exhibits, cross
stitching, and sewing are some of the arts I've explored. But I've also explored customer service, color coding and filing systems, which can be arts if you look at them the right way.
If nothing else, I still push my boundaries. I surround myself with beautiful, expressive people and I can explore their art as well. I enjoy so much more now than I thought I would, from classical music to nude movement pieces about feminism. While you're in Living Arts, you are pushed to push the boundaries, but remember to do that after you leave, too.
Art is what you make it. Look around and find it."
- Megan Boczar, class of 2015