2018-19 Student Writer-in-Residence: Camille Intson
Camille is a multidisciplinary artist working in theatre, performance art, poetry, short fiction, multimedia, and folk music across Southern Ontario. Her award-winning work as a playwright has been workshopped and produced at amateur and professional theatres and festivals across Canada, and her poetry and short fiction have been published on and off university campus. Camille is a current Resident Artist at the TAP Centre for Creativity, where she is creating and curating a digital performance art exhibition and a Co-Founding Director of ArtLaunch Theatre Company. Her debut album under her folk pseudonym, CAMIE, will be released in February of 2019. Besides all this, Camille has a growing academic and practical interest in post-humanism and performance and aspires to marry her research and artistic interests in further study at the graduate level. She can be found online at camilleintson.com or everywhere on social media at @camilleintson. She is best reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beginning October 2, Camille will be holding office hours every Wednesday from 1:30 - 3:30 pm in University College, Room 2432.
This innovative program – unique in North America – was developed in 2013 by the University Students’ Council and the Department of English and Writing Studies. The mandate of the program is to provide support for an accomplished undergraduate writer while allowing other students to benefit from the writer’s creativity, expertise, and organizational skills. The SWIR fosters exchange among aspiring student writers and contributes to the culture of creativity across campus, within the London area, and across literary genres, media, and technologies.