No matter whether you have any background in automation or have nil knowledge of it, a love of cars can be a thoughtful reason behind having a pleasant career within the automotive industry. Whilst this inescapably can be significant, our much-loved Nissan brand has recently collaborated with high school art students to encourage them for creating a smart choice in an automotive profession.
So, it’s the official mysterious Halloween holiday season! You know what that means. The colder climate, romantic films, cravings for candy, and everything in between. Unfortunately, traditional holiday celebrations may look slightly different this year, with this Corona epidemic.
Though this year’s Halloween celebration will not be usual for kids, which it was used to it’s also important to stay safe while following all social distancing guidelines. This surely on one hand may affect the traditional Halloween plans. However, Nissan has come up with innovative ways and activities, which includes cars. Remember, the haunted drive-ins with your family or loved one’s – which is even getting more popular among youngsters.
Why not illuminate your car along with your sweet home for Halloween celebrations this 2020?
For the project, Nissan presented the canvas, which is a two-tone Monarch Orange Metallic/Super Black 2020 Sentra. They have also included some best decorating tips in order to exceptional art students from Hillsboro High School, North America.
As we all know that Halloween is known for the vibrant celebration that combines creativity, innovation, art, and enthusiasm. The Halloween colors and their definitions display this dynamic nature in the moods of everyone, even during this time of Epidemic. Moreover, we, especially young minds and hearts needed this pessimist approach for their personal growth and better career options.
Even Briana Burtsell, an art teacher at Hillsboro High School believes the same. “Color is very important in art. It expresses who we are visually and evokes emotion. I am so excited to have had the chance to work with Nissan and my students on this fun and creative Halloween project. It shows my students how important color is in applications outside of the classroom,” she said.
Nissan is truly doing a good job by gifting a Monarch Orange Metallic on the Kicks, Rogue Sport, Sentra Rogue, and Versa for the students, who have been reunited in school in October to place their artistic skills on the Sentra. Sentra is his one of nine models that Nissan offered in orange color. Meanwhile, a Sunset Drift ChromaFlair is also introduced on the Altima, LEAF, Maxima, and Murano.
The students were so happy and even sat down personally with the senior design manager, Nicole Fonseca at Nissan Design America. They were actively taking participation and showed high interest in knowing more about the career options available in automotive design. “While Halloween is a great time to be crafty, students need more opportunities like this, where they are given different outlets to be creative. I know color design existed as a career path or even car design when I was in primary school. So, I have made it my mission to tell students that these possibilities exist for them,” Nicole shared.
This is not all! We have other things to know as well. Nissan has also offered us the 2020 Sentra, which has drastically modified the storied nameplate into a head-turning compact sedan with best class interior refinement, along with standard Safety Shield 360. In addition, infotainment and other features supplement with floating 8-inch multi-touch display, while also featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. it just is splendidly amazing with the seamless connectivity and thrilling drive experience which can’t be missed, this Halloween!
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