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In this assignment, you will be taking up James Elkins’ challenge, articulated in his book How to Use Your Eyes (Routledge, 2000), to see more deeply and clearly.

How to Look at a Precious Memory

© Copyright 2021 Lydia Le, Ryerson University. The photographs we take for ourselves are snapshots of memories we hold dear. They’re remnants …

How To Look At Your Reflection

© Copyright 2021 Patricia Dolor, Ryerson University. We, as human beings, are so used to seeing our reflection constantly in the mirror …

How to Look at Carver’s Wax

© Copyright 2021 Uulannii-Lee Pettiford, Ryerson University.   I never had many thoughts about wax until I bought myself a tube of …

How to Look at the Sun

© copyright 2021 Alex Ramsay, Ryerson University Over 4 billion years old and a million times larger than the Earth, our Sun has …

How to Look at a Tattoo

© Copyright 2021 Videesha Mulloo, Ryerson University In our current society, tattoos are considered as a form of self-expression and creativity. They …

How To Look At An Aurora

© Copyright 2021 Anjali Jaikarran, Ryerson University. The world we live in is full of wonders— wonders that leave us in awe …

Young woman surrounded by plants in green hand knit tank top

How to look at a knit top for Eva

© Copyright 2021 Ada Huggard-Noel, Ryerson University We do not normally see our clothes in macro. Normally we see a knit garment …

How to Look at a Cappuccino

© Copyright 2021 Patricia Lucreziano, Ryerson University Something as simple as a morning coffee can change the course of someone’s whole day. …

How To Look At Books

© Copyright 2021 Melissa Emanoilidis, Ryerson University       Books are unique, like humans. Inside holds a story, which can be absorbed …