The creative minds of ISSH come together

The brand new Creator’s Club welcomes nineteen members

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Darya (11)

“This club isn’t limited to just ‘pottery’. It’s all 3D – well, anything that you want to do really! Crafting, animation, design, you choose!” Naho (11)

Darya , Writer

12:30 p.m., and the pottery room is already filled with nineteen students excited to create animation, sculptures, decorations, pottery, and crafts. The Creators club is a student-led club designed for students who want to develop their creativity by working on individual or group projects. This year Sunwoo (11) and Naho (11) are bringing this new opportunity to the high school.

“I was really sad that there wasn’t any 3D art club, as there are so many artistic people in this school looking for more opportunities to practice and show off their talent, so I thought why not make a club for them!” said Sunwoo (11) when asked about what inspired her to make this club.

The club not only hopes to provide a time for students to be creative, but also to raise money for charities, like Skateistan, by selling their artwork at events such as Family Festival. They also plan to participate in the Film Festival by submitting an animated film as another big project for the year. “This club isn’t limited to just ‘pottery’. It’s all 3D – well, anything that you want to do really! Crafting, animation, design, you choose!” said Naho (11).

At the beginning of each month, the students will decide on a project that they want to work on for that month. For example, making Symba sculptures to raise school spirit, or making Christmas decorations and ornaments out of recycled materials.

“From the first meeting, I was already feeling excited and eager to start working on the projects, and I’m sure that everybody here feels the same way,” said Nina (11) when asked about her thoughts on the first meeting, which was held on September 10.

This club meets every other Thursday and provides a chance for all students of any artistic background to be imaginative, inventive, and inspired!

“What’s special about this club is that the students are not only going to work by themselves, but they will also have a chance to share their knowledge and skills with the other members, and this would really bond all the members from all the grades!” said Sunwoo (11).