Project Identity @ The Governor’s School for the Arts, Norfolk, VA

Anchors aweigh…
Project Identity made its way up the Chesapeake Bay docking just a furlong down the road from the Norfolk Naval Base. Nestled within the Old Dominion University campus, PI discovered the dynamic programming of The Governor’s School for the Arts. GSA offers a wide range of artistic disciplines including, Dance, Musical Theatre, Theatre, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music and the Visual Arts.
The GSA Visual Arts programming provides a wide range of artistic experiences in order to allow students to explore their interests and potential in varied media/styles and techniques. This spirited program helps students develop a strong conceptual basis as well as the technical skills necessary for creating and evaluating sophisticated works of art. This was evident in the strength of work found throughout the GSA facility and was deeply imbedded within their students portfolios.
A special thanks to Vic Frailing for helping to organize a last-minute MIAD presentation and for allowing the GSA animation students to fully participate in PI’s collaborative programming.

In Continuum,

James Barany
Associate Professor of Foundations