Taking a break from their academic studies, students gathered together at the RAFFMA on Thursday, November 14, 2019, to enjoy some delicious coffee as they viewed their names being written in calligraphy.
Servers from the Bleu Pitt Cafe in San Bernardino offered a variety of beverages including a delicious blueberry coffee. Barbara, an attendee, commented on how it tasted: “It’s like a blueberry muffin, except in a cup.” You can try out their blueberry-iced coffee along with a variety of breakfast options at their cafe which is located off of Hospitality Lane in San Bernardino.
Ariel, a student who majors in studio art, was also present enjoying the art and coffee. “I’m glad they have the calligraphist on a projector. I enjoy watching the artistic process. The process of making it is just as good as the final product in my opinion.”
Teresa Brashear, a student who works for RAFFMA, said, “We do art breaks consistently to bring awareness to our art and art of different forms, such as calligraphy. Not many people are aware of RAFFMA or the events happening here, so what better way to bring college students over than coffee.”