For this week’s classmate conversation, I had the chance to meet Diana Solis. She was born and raised in Long Beach, California. This is Diana’s last semester here at CSULB and is graduating with a major in sociology. She will be the first person to graduate college in her family. She plans to work with children, but isn’t sure what she wants to specifically do. She is thinking about teaching, but isn’t sure if that’s what she really wants. For fun, she loves to go hiking, shopping, and loves anything beauty related. Diana and I both share the same passions and hobbies, except hiking.
The question for the week was, “Are tattoos art? Does it matter if you’re involved in designing a unique tattoo for yourself, or picking one from a book?” Diana’s response was that it would be more meaningful if you designed it for yourself or if you share your ideas with the artist for them to draw. She mentioned that she had some tattoos done that she chose from a book, but she still considers them art. We both shared about the tattoos that we already have, and it was pretty interesting learning about each other’s meanings to them. I would like to think that tattoos are a form of art, since I do have a tattoo. I also plan on getting more in the future and so does Diana. I also think it’s pretty cool how the both of us have very similar pictures!
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