In the spring of 2016 I participated in a Studies in Composition class. The class was the first of its kind at Concordia University. Projects were born and developed out of a community of writers and visual artists who sought to reach past a traditional classroom setting. Our final assignment was to curate an exhibition together as a class, and we experienced a great turnout to both the viewing and discussion.
Our exhibition was titled "Process of Impact: A Written and Visual Art Encounter". At the coming together of Art and Language is Humanity. We explored the idea of what it means to be at the intersection of Art and Language. We looked at, among other things, expectation, creation, communication, and preservation.