Psychology Students Get Creative During Lockdown
For one of the final assignments for his Introduction to Psychology class, professor Ronald Harvey took an unusual approach. He asked his students to turn to their artistic side and express themselves through humor.
"During this time of physical distancing and crisis, it is important for our well-being to radically accept ourselves and have some creative fun," Harvey's instructions said. "I encourage you to be as silly and dumb as you wish!"
Many students found this the perfect opportunity to channel their inner Leonardo, Frida or Vermeer, except not through painting but by becoming the artwork. See below how AUBG-ers reproduced some of the most famous pieces in history at home.