2. Read this article from Canadian Art about the word “Interesting”
Using the article from Canadian Art above – isolate a few words, or a prhase, or a sentence to make a banner. Each letter should be on a separate piece of paper, and the letters should be strung onto a string or support of some kind. Use any colour, materials, and size of banner, but be ambitious and thoughtful – consider where you intend to hang the banner.
Take your words out of the context of the article, and put them into a new context in your home or neighbourhood. See how the chosen words, the look of your letters, and the scale of your banner affect meaning. See how putting your banner in different contexts expand/inform the meaning in surprising and evocative ways.
Make a banner, hang it up, and document it. Post a photo with a short description on our blog.
Here is a generic “banner” as an example:
Here is one with individual letters, made by a former student:
As always be safe and respectful to yourself and others, and follow public health guidelines. Be creative within the restrictions of the moment.