Honors in the Arts Virtual Symposium

Join us in celebrating the work of students from the 2022-23 Honors in the Arts cohort!

Welcome to the hybrid symposium for the 2022-23 Honors in the Arts cohort. These thirteen student artists have spent the academic year creating deeply innovative and interdisciplinary projects across a wide spectrum of media: screenwriting and film, poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction, music and sound composition, photography, digital and AI-generated art, video installation, mixed media, collage, sculpture, and curation.

Eleven Honors students have created video essays to present their capstone projects, which you'll find on this page. The other two members of this year's cohort presented their capstone projects at the live symposium on Friday, May 19, 2023. Their projects are described below.

Video Essays

Black Atlantic [multimedia]
Tamilore Awosile
BS Symbolic Systems

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nizhónígo nihaa ’ádahałyą́ | they are taking good care of us [photography, mixed media]
Tyra Blackwater
BA Art Practice

Wind in the Buffalo Grass [screenplay]
Adam Matthew Chin
BA Film and Media Studies

Rites [poetry, collage]
Kaitlin Hsu
 BA English, co-term MA Earth Sciences

Land Birds [film]
Sarah Lee
BA Philosophy & Religious Studies

tending my garden
Dija Manly
BS Product Design

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Body and Face [photography]
Sherry Mestan
BS Human Biology

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Remnants [creative nonfiction]
Katherine Nolan
BA Art History

Read an excerpt of the project

Run for Our Whole Lives [music]
Danny Ritz
BA English, Minor in Music

Listen to the project

Live Presenters

Conceptual image for Prototype One: an Asian woman surrounded by skulls

Prototype one [Horror and fantasy fiction]
Ana Chen
BAH International Relations

Orange background with black text reading "Academy of Marginalized Superpowers"

Academy of Marginalized Superpowers [comic]
Jeffrey Wang
BA Art Practice

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Photo of the author, a white man on a city street at night. Photo by Bryan Monge Serrano

The Poet Writes to García Lorca Hoping for No Response [poetry]
Callum Tresnan
BA Comparative Literature