Thursday, March 28, 2013
For several weeks, we explored creative writing (particularly memoir) through practices including free association, “cut-up,” word strings, found poetry, and collaborative writing. We experimented with voice and form, and the relationship between the written and spoken, and visually explored word. Throughout our creative process, students were encouraged to claim their place as storytellers. I provided guidance for the work being produced, but students’ areas of interest (themes and motifs) led the project. Our work together culminated in the production and presentation of individual zines. --Anna Camilleri
Here's a Vimeo link for a video featuring work produced by Triangle students during this interdisciplinary creative writing project:
Sunday, March 24, 2013
We're honoured to be amongst the shortlisted artists for the Church Street Murals Projects, a Toronto World Pride 2014 Legacy Project. Finalists will be announced on April 8, 2013.http://churchstreetmurals.com/?page_id=20
We'd like to thank City Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam, Co-Curators Syrus Marcus Ware and James Fowler, and selection committee members Remy Huberdeau, Elizabeth Sweeney, and Francisco Alvarez.
The Church Street Murals Project will see 10-12 new murals created between May-September 2013 in the Church-Wellesley village. To learn more visit: