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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 6’X4’ 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