Author Archives: Noa Yaari

On Campus, We Can All Be Artists

Universities would benefit from allowing their students, faculty, and staff to exhibit their art on campus and from programing and supporting this activity. This would encourage the community to be creative, practice communication, develop confidence, expand its networking, and form … Continue reading

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Artist in Residence

My work-from-home project is the preparation of a solo exhibition for the Israel and Golda Koschitzky Centre for Jewish Studies at York University, Toronto. The project titled “Artist in Residence” will show how I feel as an artist who works … Continue reading

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A Creative and Effective Grammar

Multiform grammar (MFG) allows who aren’t  in regular grammar to their  communication ️and ️. It does so since it new paths for , logic, and . I’m analyzing here the phrase “communication ️and ️.”  signifies strength, power, capability, competence, endurance, resilience, etc. In this phrase, we … Continue reading

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What Works

Today I gave a talk at the conference “World History Association of Texas – Phi Alpha Theta” at St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas (via Zoom). My talk entitled “Approaching History and the Arts with Multiform Grammar” introduced my academic … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!

Noa Yaari, Happy New Year! 2020. Mixed media, Toronto

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Welcome to MFG: Welcome to the CRRS Library!

I’m currently working on an art project in the library of the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies at the University of Toronto. The project is an installation entitled “Image-Text Relationships at the CRRS Library,” and it’s taking place in … Continue reading

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Using Multiform Grammar in Presentations

How do speakers who use both words and images employ MFG? And how can they do so intentionally and effectively? As you can see in the illustration below, the speaker refers to the image on the screen in three different … Continue reading

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Zooming in on Multiform References

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Visual Rhetoric : )

What happens to a punctuation mark that transforms into a representation of a pair of eyes or a smiling mouth? Is it still a punctuation mark, or is it a sign of a different kind? Let’s examine a colon that … Continue reading

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Into My Arms: A Blogpost in Progress

Noa Yaari, Into My Arms I, 2019. Ink on Paper, 17.7×25.4 cm. Toronto. Noa Yaari, Into My Arms II, 2019. Ink on Paper, 17.7×25.4 cm. Toronto.    

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