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on the east side of the John Oliver auditorium wall. The public art piece, Changing Faces, is a photographic mural that playfully celebrates the history and diversity of the school. Photographer and artist Michelle Fleming worked with local high school students Raman Bajwa, Tynan Walters, Sooky Moore & Natalie Lingren to photograph over
40 alumni & current students from John Oliver. The students then met to choose 20 of the photographs to enlarge to 6â€™X4â€™ and designed the Changing Faces mural. Under the mentorship of documentary filmmaker, Nettie Wild, another group of students, Lily Le, Van Law, Callie Walters & Vrinda Munjal interviewed the people who had been photographed to find out more about their highschool memories. To see the faces & quotes please follow this link: interview quotes