SASAH: The Questions Project

Join The School for Advanced Studies in the Arts & Humanities from Western

– for two exciting projects!

 Jan. 17 to 20, 2018

Reception & Public Engagement, Wed. Jan. 17, 4:30 – 6 pm

Gallery Hours: Thurs. & Fri. 2-7 pm; Sat. 12-5 pm

Satellite Project Space – 121 Dundas Street

As 2018 dawns, the students of Western’s exciting and innovative School for Advanced Studies in the Arts & Humanities are enlivening London’s downtown, within the context of Satellite Project Space, to pose important questions, and forground ideas about education in the twenty-first century. In two innovative projects that are visual in their formats but not “art” in the usual sense, the students seek to provoke, challenge, and entertain – warming up the cold days of January with some hot queries, and with provocative and entertaining ways of thinking about education!

The Questions Project!

You are invited to join SASAH’s First Year Students, who, in their series of large-scale posters, are asking some important questions about culture and the world we live in. Join us on Wed. Jan 17, 4:30-6:00 to meet the students and respond in person, or wander into the gallery later that same week to read, think, and respond in writing – or “for the record!”

And while you’re in at Satellite, have a look at: “What’s Your SASAH….”

A cross-section of students from all four years of the program present an extended book-like project that showcases ideas and attitudes about education in the twenty-first century – at SASAH and beyond. Join us to engage this fascinating “data collection/connection” project on display at Satellite!