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Exposé 67 offered upper level and graduate students, in both the art history and studio streams of the program, an opportunity to pursue a project historically, theoretically and creatively. Using the events of Expo 67—a defining moment in Canadian cultural and political history—as a critical launch pad, the course provided students with a framework for conducting interdisciplinary research and production of both an independent and collaborative nature. The course began in the Fall of 2003 with a field trip to Montreal for a site visit and concluded with a multimedia "happening" at Forest City Gallery this past Spring 2004. Fifty archival boxes containing student produced Exposé 67 artifacts were distributed throughout public libraries and archives in Canada as an additional documentary outcome of the project.