1. Summary of what we are doing and what we have been doing. In humanities lately we’ve been doing our cycle of socialization project. We’ve been studying what has socialized us. Sara has taught our that there are about 7 agents gender, age, race, class, sexual orientation, religion, disability and ability. We had to pick 1-3 of these topics to talk about in our essay, so I’ve decided to pick gender. I choose this because it was one of the only one that I could really pour my heart out into. We started to gather research and ideas for our essays which was a little hard. Then we began to think about what we wanted to have our masks look like. I wanted to make something that would make everyone stop, look, and think. So I made a mask that had barbie dolls and shattered mirrors on it. The barbies look like they’re melting into the face of the girl. I picked these thing to try to get people to really think about what it might mean to them. 2. The problems this exhibition is trying to address. At the exhibition we’re trying to get people to think about how they have been socialized. I think that we want to have the audience engaged to what we’re saying to that way they’d be more interested in what we’re saying. 3.What are you excited about doing for exhibition? WHY? This could also include other needed roles. I’m excited for a lot of thing that we’re are doing I like how sara and steven are giving us a lot of free range on this project. I also like that they’re letting us make it our own 4. What specifically do you want to work on? I think that on this project I want to be either a performer, construction or designer. Those all just seem like they’d be really fun and really helpful to my peers. 5. What reflections do you have from the last two weeks based on working in your groups that will help you moving forward with new groups? In the past 2 weeks we’ve been working on prototypes, this is going to help in the jobs that I listed above this. I think that if I get one of those I could prototype before we start anything.