I had the opportunity of meeting Ana Maya last week during the special classmate conversations. Ana Maya is a sophomore who is studying anthropology. However, her favorite type of anthropology is cultural because she finds it the most interesting. Ana’s hobbies consist of listening to music, taking pictures and making zines. Her favorite food is Mexican food, especially her mom’s green pozole.
Ana is taking this course because she wanted a stress reliever from all the prerequisites she has to take. In addition, it seemed like a fun class to take, which I can totally agree with. Furthermore, Ana’s college experience has been like any other college student’s, stressful and filled with sleep deprivation.
Once Ana graduates, she’s not quite sure what she’ll do next. However, she does have some goals, which consist of having a job and having her own place.
When it came to question of the week: Would you be supportive of your child wanting to pursue an art career? Why or why not?
Ana stated that she wouldn’t want to get in the way of her child’s dream. Therefore, if they wanted to pursue a career in art, she’d support them. Whatever makes them happy, would her happy.
If your interested in checking Ana’s work just click here.