Take the Leap: Art, Tech, and Post-Grad Plans

Before starting my studies, I knew I loved the potential of software technology, and I knew I loved the arts and humanities; but I thought that my interests were fated – like parallel lines – to never intersect. As a computer science student in SASAH, my coursework has exposed me to fascinating questions at the…

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Uncreative Writing

In AH 2220F – Effective Communication in the Arts and Humanities – individual students completed an “uncreative writing” project, building on the concepts introduced in the book Uncreative Writing by Kenneth Goldsmith. The book examines techniques traditionally thought to be outside the scope of literature, such as cutting and pasting, databasing, identity ciphering, and programming. Goldsmith presents the idea…

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“Duck Taped Bodies”

This is for the days when you’re not ready to face the world When your bed is safe and warm and comforting and the outside world is cruel and harsh and angry It will judge you and curse you and scream in your face These days, you Just can’t Do It It’s a matter of…

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My Art. Our Art.

The original idea behind this project was twofold. First, I wanted it to be a culminating project that reflected the four years I have spent studying the arts and humanities. Second, I wanted it to show how the arts and humanities can change a space and I wanted to do this very physically. I wanted…

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December 6th – (Re)Imagining Regionalism – Book Launch and SASAH Holiday Social

December 6 at 4 P.M. McIntosh Gallery Free admission (Re)Imagining Regionalism – Book Launch and Holiday Social Help us celebrate the remarkable talent and hard work of the people who contributed to (Re)imagining Regionalism edited by Joel Faflak and Sky Glabush. Faflak is a professor in the department of English at Western University, where he is also the Director of…

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