Late nights in Cummings Arts Center

October 29, 2013
The Experience, Miguel Salcedo '14  |  The Experience, Academics  |  The Experience, On Campus  |  The Experience, Photography

Pictured is Wai Ying Zhao, a senior art major here at Connecticut College working late night on an installation piece for our construction and installation class. You can find students just like Wai Ying in Cummings Arts Center working on projects at all hours of the day. We make jokes about “living” in Cummings and having a bed installed somewhere for each of us because we actually spend more time in Cummings than we do in our own rooms... it’s like our second home. The great thing about Cummings is that the building is accessible to art students 24/7, meaning we can work as late as we’d like.


comments powered by Disqus

You might also like...


Fall Semester: Midterms
by The Experience, Calli Reynolds '17


Harvestfest, through a photographer's eye
by Guest Blogger


Green Dot Family Feud
by The Experience, Rebecca Seidemann '18


Smith Dining Hall: a gem hidden in plain sight
by The Experience, Oliver Ames '17


Fall Semester: Midterms
by The Experience, Calli Reynolds '17


Harvestfest, through a photographer's eye
by Guest Blogger


Smith Dining Hall: a gem hidden in plain sight
by The Experience, Oliver Ames '17


Green Dot Family Feud
by The Experience, Rebecca Seidemann '18