Literary Arts and Studies Department Show
Each spring the Literary Arts and Studies Department organizes a multimedia exhibition that showcases the range and diversity of work
completed in or inspired by Literary Arts and Studies classes. Often exploring the
relationship between word and image, these outstanding examples of
student work range from analytical research papers to digital poetry to
installations that combine text and other media. The annual show includes analytical research
papers, journalistic pieces, original poetry, fiction and memoir, and an
exciting range of multimedia pieces that bring together text and image. Readings, performances and a
publication of selected writing projects add engaging elements to the
opening night festivities.
Former Literary Arts and Studies Concentration Coordinator, Joon Lee, was happy to announce the birth of "Neon Scrawlers,"
a blog of student work inspired by/ produced through words, during the 2010-2011 school year. This 2011
edition of the department show features visual-video-textual work by: Brittany Bennett, Andy
Chen, Jess Chen, Athanasiou Geolas, Esther Hong, Inna Komarovsky, Jamie
Krasner, and Rita Rosenfeld. Special thanks to Katrina Stokes,
Illustration 2011, for her work in putting the show-blog together.