9th Grade Honors English Field Trip to the BYU MOA

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Article by Aspen Clyde

English honors field trip to the BYU art museum was a wondrous and new experience for multiple students. The honors students were attending the field trip to observe Ethos, Pathos, and Logos. Pictures and posters fully displayed  Inspiring and heart wrenching pictures showing police brutality, segregation, pure joy, agony, war, and love. Isaac Neilson said that “ The sculptures were unique and very cool” The picture above shows one of the favorite art exhibits called “Windswept” and was created by Patrick Dougherty. Mrs.Pina a honors English teacher who attended the field trip said about the windswept that it was, “A really cool sculpture, I was amazed at how they made huge arches out of sticks alone.” This exhibit was made of 30,000 pounds of saplings, was over twelve feet tall and absolutely massive. Filling an entire section of the museum. This trip was a mind changing experience making us grateful for our freedom and the creativity of the people not just in our community put all over the world.