Often as part of the collection, art work is selected which embodies a collective approach to creation. Arts learning inherently fosters students to expand their view and contemplate the interpretation of others, including their peers. Group art is a wonderful opportunity for artists to reflect not only a sense of themselves, but to engage in the process of creation around them, as they actively interact with others. Art is regularly made in conversation as a vital component of its process. In such a process, the interplay between students echoes throughout the forming of the work. This exhibited work presents simultaneously as single voices and a coherent unity. When I see this work, I experience the building of a diverse dialogue. United, a group work cherishes individual contributions and sparks the richness of dynamic chatter in continuing conversation. For me this work is a buzz, with the vitality of any interactive communal shared space we may delight to traverse.